Updated 9:16 a.m. CST June 5
The Cedar Park Public Library is seeking feedback from residents about its most-desired programs, services and activities.
The initiative to gather input is part of the library's master planning process, which will ultimately create a document designed to guide city leaders' decisions about the library, city staff said. Residents can log onto www.longlivethelibrary.org, or www.vivalabiblioteca.org in Spanish, to answer questions about library usage, preferences and future services. City residents age 14 and older who complete the online survey can be registered for a drawing to win a Kindle Fire tablet provided by the Cedar Park Library Foundation.
The library in Cedar Park was started in 1981 and has expanded to offer more than 100,000 items for check-out. According to the city, the library is one of the most popular institutions in Cedar Park and has more than 300,000 visits each year.
The online survey is open through July 6.