City of Appleton Seeks Library Building Project Advisory Committee Applicants

The City of Appleton is seeking applicants to serve on a new advisory committee for the library building project. 

The committee will provide initial input on the library project, including historical context, concerns, and vision for the building; feedback on conceptual designs; and may be consulted for input regarding other aspects of design. Input from committee is strictly advisory in nature. The group is also expected to help foster engagement in listening sessions and community gatherings from the general public throughout the design process. 

“From the outset, we have prioritized community input and participation in this project, and the new advisory committee intends to provide another avenue for continued engagement as we move forward,” said Mayor Jake Woodford. “This will be one way to share input and learn about the project among many others.”  

Community members interested in serving on the Library Building Project Advisory Committee may visit the City of Appleton’s website to apply. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt and will close June 1. Appleton residency and/or representation of an Appleton-based business or organization is required. Any member under the age of 18 must have parent/guardian permission to participate in committee activities.