Residents in League City can participate in an online survey to help guide Helen Hall Library in its strategic plan initiative.

What’s happening?

The strategic plan initiative will evaluate and review the library’s processes, identify what areas need improvement, and develop a roadmap for the future of the library, according to the city’s website.

Since the Helen Hall Library is accredited by the Texas State Library and Archives Commission, a long-range plan for the library must be reviewed and updated every five years to maintain accreditation, according to the city’s website.

The purpose of the survey is to solicit residents’ feedback so the library can better respond to the needs and wants of League City, according to the city’s website.

Since the strategic planning will take place for a couple of months, there is no deadline for residents to fill out the survey, city Librarian Meredith Layton said.

Diving in deeper

The survey consists of the following questions:
  • How often the resident visits the Helen Hall Library
  • What they would change about the Helen Hall Library
  • Residents’ top five library services of their choosing
  • What community needs the library should address
  • The resident’s vision of the future of the Helen Hall Library
More details

Residents who have questions can contact Layton at [email protected] or call 281-554-1127.