Libraries Conduct Public Survey

Show us some love this February by taking our survey!

The Chester County Library System (CCLS) and its 16 member libraries have an unprecedented opportunity to transform library services to meet our communities’ ever changing needs.
CCLS invites community members to participate in an online survey. Your responses will help shape the future of public libraries in Chester County and help ensure that CCLS makes the best choices to meet the community’s need. You can find the survey at:

CCLS will launch the survey on, Wednesday, February 1st and it will run through February 28th.

Joseph Sherwood, CCLS Executive Director states, “Libraries are much more than places to find information, though we still serve that essential purpose. We are also 21st century gathering places where people connect and can use online resources and current technology to improve their education and enhance their job skills so they can contribute effectively to their community. As stewards of public resources in a time of changing economic realities, we understand how important it is to embrace innovation in many forms and to align our services to best meet the pressing needs in our community.”

This survey will help the member libraries provide exceptional value and service to library users, communities and organizations throughout Chester County.