Mid-Columbia Libraries opens renovated West Richland branch

The remodel of Mid-Columbia Libraries’ West Richland branch was recently completed, reopening April 27.

The $251,500 remodel at 3803 W. Van Giesen St. included the installation of new shelving, paint, furniture, electrical outlets, an improved story time area for children and custom artwork celebrating the Mid-Columbia region’s unique culture and history.

In addition, new materials worth $50,000 were added to library’s collection, resulting in a 62 percent increase in children’s titles. A new curbside pickup service for materials on-hold has also been launched at the branch.

Siefken & Sons Construction Inc. of Richland was the general contractor.

Bernardo Wills Architects PC of Spokane was the architect.

Mid-Columbia Libraries operates 12 library branches throughout the Columbia Basin, as well as a bookmobile and digital branch.

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