Mississauga’s Central Library will close to the public on March 20, 2021. The closure marks the start of a two-year renovation project of the City’s largest library building.
Construction on the 30-year-old building is scheduled to begin in April 2021, with completion expected in late 2022. The library will reopen in 2023.
All five floors of public and staff space, including the Glass Pavilion, Breezeway and the Noel Ryan Auditorium will be part of the renovation. This is the first large-scale renovation of Central Library to take place since its opening in 1991.
The new library will offer more self-serve options and access to upgraded technology throughout the building. Additional Makerspace and Maker elements will include sound and video studios, maker studio, digitization, digital creation and virtual reality.
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