Mittagong Library is getting a green makeover
Posted on: April 29th, 2019
Council has been successful in securing grant funding from the NSW Government's Heritage Near Me program for the Mittagong Library Energy Efficiency Upgrade (MLEEU) project, which will be used to upgrade and improve the energy efficiency of Mittagong Library.
Work is scheduled to take place between 22 April and 13 May 2019. The completion date may vary subject to weather conditions. While this work is being undertaken the branch library will need to be closed. However, the Wingecarribee Mobile Library will be providing a library service from this site on Wednesdays and Fridays, from 10am to 4.30pm.
The popular storytime program will still continue each Thursday between 10.45am and 11.15am at the Girl Guides Hall, located adjacent to the library, at 10 Albert Street in Mittagong.
For more information download the Mittagong Library Energy Efficiency Upgrade Information sheet.
Mittagong Library Upgrade Update April 29 2019
The green makeover has begun at the Mittagong Library with all of the existing lighting removed in preparation for the new LED lighting upgrade. The Air Conditioning units are currently being installed in the roof with ducting and vents to follow. Bradford Black Batts have now replaced the existing roof batts and these will significantly reduce the energy required to heat and cool the building. Please visit the library website for more updates.