A Better Library Builds a Stronger Community.

Our vision is to…

Create a community center which champions learning.
Improve visibility and usability in the community.
Facilitate multi-generational and cultural connection.

PUBLIC NOTICE: Prequalification of Bidders to the New Clark Pleasant Branch Project

If you are interested in being invited to make a bid for trade packages for this project, you must submit prequalification forms by 12/9/2020 at 2:00 p.m.
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Watch the Facebook Live stream from the Clark Pleasant Branch as we give you a "tour" of the new building! The design renderings will remain on display at the library through the end of the month.

Plans for JPCL Clark Pleasant Branch

NEW CLARK PLEASANT BRANCH PLANS

Preliminary plans for the new Clark Pleasant Branch Library are now available! The design includes a larger community room, robotics lab, multiple study rooms and more exciting features that will benefit the whole community.

Location

The new library will be situated on the east side of US-31, just south of Whiteland Road in the Town of Whiteland. We'll continue to offer services at our current location on Tracy Road in New Whiteland as the design and construction process continues through 2020 and 2021.

Project Architect: HBM Architects, LLC

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New Location Announcement

We're very excited to announce the location of the new Clark Pleasant Branch. We've completed the purchase of property on the east side of US-31, just south of Whiteland Road in the Town of Whiteland. We'll continue to offer services at our current location on Tracy Road in New Whiteland as the design and construction process continues through 2020 and 2021.

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Plan for Proposed Clark Pleasant Branch Project

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Infographic for the project

Provides a snapshot of the plan and its impact on our community

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Plan for Proposed Clark Pleasant Branch Project

Provides detailed analysis of growing community needs, timeline for projects, breakdown of costs and the future of JCPL