2020-2022 Strategic Plan Community Input Surveys

May 22nd, 2019

2020-2022 Strategic Plan Community Input Surveys


In 2016, the Library developed a three-year 2017-2019 strategic plan with input from over 3,000 community members. As we begin developing our 2020-2022 strategic plan, we are once again asking for your valuable input.

We want to hear from you. We want to hear your experiences, thoughts, and ideas to assist us in planning and prioritizing Library services and resources. Help us plan for the future of the New Orleans Public Library.

Please complete our short survey in either English, Spanish, or Vietnamese by clicking the appropriate survey button below or request one at any Library location.

Click below to take our survey in English.
Community Input Survey Button English

Click below to take our survey in Spanish.
Community Input Survey Button Spanish

Click below to take our survey in Vietnamese.
Community Input Survey Button Vietnamese

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