Morrisville Community Library Project

A picture of Morrisville Community Library from the Roundabout

Project Summary

The new library is located on the southeast corner of the intersection of Town Hall Drive and a future extension of Carolina Street, where the Town of Morrisville has proposed a traffic roundabout. The library is approximately 8,800 SF. It houses approximately 50,000 adult and children's books. It also has regularly scheduled programs, 16 public computers, high-speed wireless internet, seating areas, and other services.

The project was presented to and endorsed by the Library Commission at its meeting on November 15, 2017. The project was also presented to the Town of Morrisville for its information on November 14, 2017. Construction of the project commenced in fall of 2018 and was completed on April 17, 2020.

Building Information

Site Acreage:
0.84 acres

Parking:
65 spaces

Building Area:
8,900 SF

Collection Size:
40,000 - 60,000

Projected Circulation:
200,000 - 500,000

Programs Offered:
Youth programs, public WiFi, adult and youth collections (books and audio books), reference books, book reservations, and self-checkout

Architect:
Little Diversified Architectural Consulting

Contractor:
TCC Enterprises, Inc.

Construction Cost:
$4.1 million

Opened to the Public:
April 2020

Gallery

A picture of Morrisville Community Library from Town Hall Drive
Interior view of Morrisville including bookshelves full of books