MENIFEE – The Riverside County Library System, which runs the libraries in Menifee, announced that the Sun City Library will be closing for a short time in order to make some enhancements to the facility. The planned refresh project will bring a new vibrancy to the library with new paint, new carpet, new workspaces, selected new fixtures and of course, new books.
“We are very excited about the upcoming improvements to the Sun City Library, and appreciate the County’s partnership,” Greg August, District 1 Menifee city councilman, said. “The Sun City Library, since its development in 2010, has quickly become a landmark in the Sun City community, and with these enhancements, the library will create an even better atmosphere for promotion of literacy among Menifee residents.”
To accomplish these refreshed enhancements, a temporary closure of the library will be required. The library closure will begin March 5 and is expected to end by early summer 2018. All Sun City Library programs will be suspended during this time. Patrons may return items at the Sun City Library in the book drop, as well as at any of the other Riverside County Library System branches. Local branches include Canyon Lake Library, 31516 Railroad Canyon Road, in Canyon Lake; Paloma Valley Library, 31375 Bradley Road, in Menifee at the Paloma Valley High School; Romoland Library, 26001 Briggs Road, in Romoland at Heritage High School and Perris Library, 163 E. San Jacinto Road, in Perris.
The Western County Bookmobile will also be available throughout the community. For the bookmobile schedule, visit www.rivlib.net. The Riverside County Library System is a division of the Riverside County Economic Development Agency. For more information, contact the Riverside County Library System at (951) 369-3003 or visit www.rivlib.net.