Dayton View, Ft. McKinley and Northtown-Shiloh Close, Become New Northwest Branch Library
The staff and patrons of the Dayton View, Ft. McKinley and Northtown-Shiloh Branch Libraries will soon join together under one brand new roof. The Northwest Branch of the Dayton Metro Library, centrally located among them, will replace these three small branches.
“The new Northwest Branch Library will more than replace the aging and inefficient facilities housing these three small branches,” said Tim Kambitsch, Executive Director. “It will provide improved and expanded services. This will be the largest Branch in our system, and it’s the first brand new facility to open in our Libraries for a Smarter Future project.” Libraries for a Smarter Future is the Dayton Metro Library’s system-wide facilities upgrade, made possible by voter support of a bond issue in 2012.
The Northwest Branch Library, at 2410 Philadelphia Drive, is served by several RTA bus routes and offers ample, lit parking. It will open to the public on April 23, 2016. At approximately 30,000 square feet, it features:
For more information, visit DaytonMetroLibrary.org/locations/northwest or call (937) 463-BOOK.