Building a better tomorrow

Robust libraries do more than just check out books—we shape the culture of lifelong education for a brighter future.

Nestled in the heart of Westfield steps away from Grand Junction Plaza, the new Westfield Washington Public Library will be a 43,000 square-foot facility guaranteed to make a longstanding community impact.

From birth through the golden years, the new building’s expanded space and services will have something for everyone:

  • Enhanced children’s discovery play area
  • Intimate meeting rooms for small groups
  • Event space for up to 125 people
  • Quiet reading nooks throughout the library
  • Makerspace with laser cutter and 3D printing
  • Digital media lab and podcast room
  • Homeschool meeting spaces for classrooms
  • On-site coffee shop
  • Outdoor patio seating


February 2020

The Library carries out community engagement with the residents of Westfield to find out what the community wants. Input sessions were also held with the Library board and the Library staff.

Early 2021

A site is selected and full architectural plans are developed.

Winter 2021

Bond issuance is approved by the Westfield City Council.

Summer 2022

The project’s construction manager will receive bids for construction.

Fall 2022

Construction of the Library begins.

Late 2023

The new Westfield Washington Public Library opens to the public!

Construction Updates

Carmel, Westfield expand, build new libraries…
May 6, 2022

Two Hamilton County cities are in the midst of projects that will significantly expand the services and reach of their public libraries. The Carmel Clay Public Library plans to reopen its main branch late this year following a two-year, $40 million renovation and expansion, while the Westfield Washington Public Library will break ground this summer on…

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