Mississauga's Central Library will close for renovation in March 2021
The City’s library will be undergoing major renovations this spring.
Mississauga’s Central Library will be closed to the public on March 20, 2021.
According to a release, the closure marks the start of a two-year renovation project of the City’s largest and 30-year-old library building.
While the library is closed, contactless pickup, along with a small collection, will be relocated to the Living Arts Centre (4141 Living Arts Drive).
Additional collections will be available across the other 17 locations.
When in-person activities can resume in the future, the library will look at providing programs in the downtown area.
Customers can also arrange for holds pickup at other libraries in the area including Mississauga Valley Library, Burnhamthorpe Library, Cooksville Library and Woodlands Library.
Construction will begin in April 2021 and the library will reopen in 2023.
In honour of former Mayor Hazel McCallion’s 100th birthday and her decades of service to Mississauga, the City of Mississauga is renaming Central Library to Hazel McCallion Central Library.
The new name will be formally unveiled at the City Council meeting on February 10, 2021.
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