Phoenix Public Library opens new public library in Cupertino
Phoenix Public Libraries (TPP) has opened a new public libraries in Cuampo, California, and Tempe, Arizona.
The new public-access libraries will be located in both cities.
The city of Cuampos plans to build a new library in the center of town, with a library tower and a park and recreational center.
The buildings will be a new addition to the Cuampol library system and will be designed by Chicago-based architectural firm, Kudelski.
The first phase of the project will be completed by 2018.
The public library will also have a full-time teacher-curator program, and will offer access to materials, including books, magazines, newspapers, CDs, videos and online resources.
The libraries will offer classes, seminars, and other educational services.
The project was initiated by the Cupertinos Community Foundation, which provides funds for educational and social services for Cupertinians.
A new library will open to the public at the new site of the former Phoenix Public libraries, which are in downtown Cuperto.
Phoenix Public is currently serving about 1,400 people in a community of roughly 40,000 people.
The Cupertinian community has experienced rapid growth in recent years, with more than 5,000 new jobs and more than 10,000 jobs created.