Cleveland Public Library is continuing to bring new life to its neighborhood branches. As part of our 10-year plan to improve our branches and the user experience, our latest construction project is the historic Lorain Branch in the Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood.
Starting Monday, October 4, the Lorain Branch will be open for walk-up service only. It will temporarily close to the public on Saturday, October 9 at the close of business at 6 p.m.
The closure will allow for modern renovations that highlight the historic framework of the Carnegie building. Renovation plans include a new community room, a laptop bar, café space, a dedicated teen space, and much more.
For project updates, visit our coUrbanize project site.