Now through July 25th, the Pierce County Library System is asking the public to share their thoughts on how it can best serve people as it continues to provide services during the COVID-19 pandemic. The online survey is now available.

Responses to the survey are anonymous. The library will use the input as it continues its preparations for in-building and online services. The survey is based upon questions the library system is hearing from some people currently, as well as questions it has asked previously to get some comparative information.

“We are preparing our services, buildings, and staff to safely serve communities when we open buildings for the public,” Pierce County Library Executive Director Georgia Lomax, said in a release. “As we reimagine in-building library services during the pandemic, we want to understand from the community about what they value in services and what is important to them to feel welcome and safe in their local library.”