KINGMAN – The Mohave County Library-Kingman is targeted for an upgrade.


The Board of Supervisors next week will consider a $4.3 million improvement project for the facility located at 3269 Burbank Street across from Centennial Park.

The money would come from the Library District Building Fund, which currently contains $6.3-million.

“A Kingman Branch Library Expansion Needs Assessment Report was completed in June of 2014, which identified the need for additional space to support public services provided by the Library District and desired by the public,” a staff report said. “In conjunction with disposing of the Library District Administration modular office trailers, staff is recommending the existing Kingman Branch Library facility be remodeled to include an expansion of approximately 11,500 sq. ft.”

During their board meeting next Monday, supervisors will be asked to authorize staff to develop and solicit a request for qualifications for the design-build project.

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