In 2015, Princeton Public Library embarked on an ambitious project to adapt our Second Floor to meet the changing needs of the community. We called the project 2Reimagine. In 2017, the reimagining became reality with the opening of a new Second Floor.
With new spaces for quiet reading, collaborative work, instruction and programming, the new second floor is equipped for 21st century library users.
See a photo display from our Grand Opening celebration on March 25, 2017.
The $3 million project was funded by private gifts as part of the 2Reimagine campaign. Additional gifts are welcome.
An expanded state-of-the-art Technology Center for instruction, a Technology Commons with public use computers, a laptop lending program, and a faster digital infrastructure are a few new features.
Services and Programs
The new second floor has given our staff a chance to look at new ways to deliver services and host programs. Learn more about how this new space enables us to expand our offerings.
Discover how we’ve made it easier to browse our nonfiction collection by organizing books into “neighborhoods.” It’s a new twist on Dewey Decimal that will enhance your library experience.