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Beginning Monday, July 18, the main entrance to the Lodoen Community Center, which houses the West Fargo Public Library, will once again be inaccessible as contractors complete sidewalk repairs. The project is estimated to take a week. During construction, library visitors must again use Door 23 on the north side of the Lodeon Center off of First Avenue E. to enter and exit the library.
Library visitors are encouraged to park in the lot on the north side of the building near Door 23. There is also street parking available on Third Street E and First Ave E as well as in the surrounding neighborhood.
The library’s outdoor book drop remains closed. To return books to the library, please bring them inside, visit a Little Red Reading Bus route stop or drop them in one of the library’s offsite book drops (located inside Cash Wise Foods at 755 33rd Ave. E and Eagle Run Plaza at the corner of 32nd Avenue and Sheyenne Street.) The West Fargo Public Library does not charge late fines, so patrons can also hold onto their items until construction is over if they are unable to use one of the other options to return their books.
The West Fargo Public Library leases its space at the Lodoen Community Center, which is also home to YMCA daycares, Headstart, Community High, Transition Academy, the adjacent Early Childhood Center and other entities. When visiting the library, please be courteous of others using the parking lots and keep an eye out for families and children, especially during times of parking lot congestion. The City of West Fargo recommends using the 'S' check when traveling in and around construction areas - check your speed, space and stress.