The San Ramon Parks and Community Services Commission is seeking public feedback on the conceptual plan for renovations to the community library near the intersection of Bollinger Canyon Road and Alcosta Boulevard.
An online open forum is available for residents to provide their opinions, questions, likes and dislikes about the current library-redesign plan to city officials.
A group comprised of staff from the city and county libraries along with members of the San Ramon City Council, parks and community services commission, library advisory committee and the San Ramon Library Foundation teamed up in March to begin developing a plan to revamp the city's public library located at 100 Montgomery Street.
According to city officials, the renovation calls for an expansion of the building from 18,238 square feet to 21,520 square feet.
An increased number of study rooms, more automated self-checkout and return machines as well as a larger space for children and designated quiet reading areas for adults are also some of the components of the plan.
Residents can view conceptual drawings of the proposed library renovation and provide their input on the Open San Ramon forum now through this Sunday (Oct. 5).
The commission is set to hold a meeting next Wednesday (Oct. 8) at 7 p.m. in the council chambers located at 2222 Camino Ramon in San Ramon to review and consider a final conceptual design to recommend to the city council.