Closing date: May 1, 2021
Reopening date: Spring 2022
The Lee’s Summit Branch will close at 6:00 p.m., Saturday, May 1, for renovations. The branch will expand by 5,000 feet and will include a new community room, as well as three smaller meeting rooms.
Note: The Colbern Road Branch is expected to reopen in late May 2021. We will post information about the exact reopening date when available as well as email Lee’s Summit, Colbern Road and East Lee’s Summit Branch customers.
Holds and Returns
Before 6:00 p.m. on May 1, customers are asked to pick up any items they have been notified are available at the Lee’s Summit Branch. Any holds not picked up by that time will be transferred to:
East Lee’s Summit Branch
2240 SE Blue Parkway
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063
After May 1, Library materials that become available and were scheduled to be picked up at the Lee’s Summit Branch will be transferred to the East Lee’s Summit Branch.
You may use any MCPL branch that is open for services. If you would like your holds transferred to another branch during the renovation, please call any location and ask a staff member for assistance.
Note: The Colbern Road Branch is expected to reopen in late May. We will send more information about the exact date soon. We will post information about the exact reopening date when available as well as email Lee’s Summit, Colbern Road and East Lee’s Summit Branch customers.
Other branches that may be convenient for you:
Blue Springs South Branch
2220 S. 7 Highway
Blue Springs, MO 64014
6131 Raytown Road
Raytown, MO 64133
The branch book drop will not be available for use while the branch is closed. Materials can be returned to the East Lee’s Summit Branch or any open MCPL location.
Storytimes, Book Groups, and Programming
Your New Library Experience Is Coming!
We are pleased to inform you that the new Lee’s Summit Branch is slated to reopen in Spring 2022 and will include the following renovations:
- Enhanced entry with automatic entrance doors
- New exterior signage
- New windows, paint, carpet, lighting, and ceilings
- New furniture and display cases
- Community Room that can be divided into two spaces (capacity 160)
- Three smaller meeting rooms
- Outdoor seating and reading area with native landscaping
This project is part of the Library’s Capital Improvement Plan, which is made possible by funds from Proposition L. The architects are SAPP Design (Springfield, MO) and Helix Architecture and Design, Inc. (Kansas City, MO), and the construction firm for all projects is JE Dunn.