The Town of Henrietta Votes to Build a New Library!
On November 7, voters in Henrietta passed a proposition to build a two-floor, 36,000 square foot library designed to meet the community’s demand for more quiet space to read and study, more programs for children and teens, and more books for people of all ages for generations to come. The Town of Henrietta and the Henrietta Public Library thank all the residents who attended informational meetings, took the time to learn about the proposition, and voted. The Library will continue to serve the town’s needs during an estimated 13-month construction process and will keep residents informed about progress at hpl.org/newlibrary. Updates on the project can also be obtained by subscribing to our main e-news. People with questions or who would like to get involved can also contact Library Director Adrienne Furness at 585-444-2301 or firstname.lastname@example.org.