Larkspur Library & Community Center - Community Makes the Difference
Help the City Council bring Larkspur’s community vision for this gathering place to life!
Your input and ideas are encouraged and welcomed
TOWN HALL #1 (Sept. 2, 2015): Materials
"Illustrative Examples of Community Character/Design" by Councilmember Dan Hillmer (large PDF)
Graphic Recording of Town Hall Meeting by the Grove facilitating team
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In 2013, the City Council adopted a master plan for the City's parcel at the Rose Lane Development on Doherty Drive. The Community Facility Parcel Master Plan envisions a new library and community facility for the property. Now it is time to bring this vision to life by designing the building that will be home to these uses.
The City Council requests the help of the community to bring Larkspur's vision for this gathering place to life. Join us for one of three Town Hall Meetings to share your ideas and give input.
These meetings are intended to provide the city council with ideas and input from the Larkspur Community that will help them in developing a design directive for the Architectural design team on how the proposed Library and Community Center should "look and feel."
Council will provide next steps to the design team after the Town Hall meetings are completed.
COMMUNITY MAKES THE DIFFERENCE! PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS AND JOIN US!
The history and development of the Master Plan can be reviewed at Community Facility Master Plan.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
The Site is located on Doherty Drive at Rose Lane. The 2-acre parcel of land was dedicated to the City of Larkspur for development of a new Library & Community Center as part of the Rose Lane subdivision.