The Harrison Public Library would like to share some of the progress we've made putting our Strategic Plan into action in 2014.
The Richard E. Halperin Memorial Library Building renovation is underway, significant infrastructure improvements have been made to the West Harrison Branch, we launched a successful homebound services program, we completed a comprehensive technology audit, we reviewed customer service standards, and we're just getting started!
Beginning in 2014, the Richard E. Halperin Memorial Library Building will undergo a significant upgrade that will enhance the physical plant, provide a more attractive environment, expand technological capabilities, and provide increased access for patrons.
Develop a Campaign to Introduce the New Facility
Complete Construction and Reopen for Business
The West Harrison Branch is in a much-loved older building, centrally located in the neighborhood's retail heart. It provides a familiar and comfortable venue for patrons of all ages and we believe that it is important to retain this atmosphere while continuing to upgrade the facility.
Continue to Identify Opportunities to Enhance School Curricula
Develop a Marketing Strategy
Redesign Library Website
Complete a Fully Functional Technology Center for All Ages
Conduct Annual Customer Satisfaction Survey
Purchase and Install Self-Check Machine
Agree on Comprehensive Fundraising Strategy, Including Proposed Activities, Targeted Participants, Revenue Expectations, and Implementation Accountabilities
Establish a Culture of Fundraising Across All Library Organizations Stressing Community Fundraising as an Ongoing Project