Council wants to reinvigorate the Mount Isa City Library which has been a part of the West St landscape since 1974.
Council said it wanted the community to be a part of the Library's new design by sharing opinions in an interactive community survey or showing off creative skills in a youth drawing competition.
Council wants to know your ideas on how to make the Library an even better place to learn, play, create and connect.
Mayor Danielle Slade said the Mount Isa City Library Masterplan will play a critical role in the rejuvenation of vital services for the community.
"With the library being a vital community resource, and the library identified as requiring upgrades to meet the needs of a diverse community, we see community input as vital to the future design of the library and its spaces," Cr Slade said.
Residents are invited to have their say by participating in an online survey at https://frankchats.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6kTCzuTA26DC8QZ and/or its design competition https://www.mountisa.qld.gov.au/downloads/file/1271/drawing-comp-e
Both close January 31.
Participants for the survey and drawing competition will go into the draws to win a $100 Woolworths voucher.
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