Planning & Economic Development
Library & Community Center Project
The Library & Community Center project will build a new library at the corner of South Maple and Veterans' Parkway and the existing library will be repurposed into a multi-generational Community Center. Between the buildings will be an enclosed connection with improved parking and pedestrian access. This center of community services and activity is included in the Marshfield's Capital Improvement Plan. The project has been developing over a period of years with a ground breaking target year of 2015. The links below will take you through some of the most recent efforts.
The committee is open to receiving any comments, ideas or concerns that you might wish to share with them. Sub-committees for Marketing & Communications, Funding/Capital Campaign and Architecture & Design have been formed. If you are interested in being involved with any of these sub-committees, please contact:
Jason Angell at (715) 486-2074 or
Lori Belongia at (715) 389-2745
Survey Results (pdf)
Request for Proposal for Fundraising Services
The Marshfield Library & Community Center Committee requests proposals from fundraising consultants interested in managing a capital campaign project to raise funds in support of building a new library with renovation of the existing library into a community center facility with space designated for senior activities in Marshfield, WI. Click here for complete RFP.
New Design Drafts: (posted 03/14/2013)
Architectural Firm Interviews:
Steve Coy, Ruth Elderbrook, Becky Spencer, Russ Stauber and Don Zais.
City Advisory representatives:
Jason Angell - Planning & Economic Development, Lori Belongia - Marshfield Public Library, Kelly Cassidy - Parks & Recreation and Chris Meyer - Mayor.
Space Needs Assessment (pdf)
2009 Library Facts (pdf)
Design Charrette Summary (pdf), Saturday July 24th, 2010
June 30, 2010 Road Trip: (pdfs)
November 8, 2010 Presentation (pdf)
November 8, 2010 Presentation (video)
Request for Qualifications (pdf)