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The Franklin County Aging Department Wants Your Input!

Aging Needs Assessment Survey

Please Respond by February 29, 2020


Franklin County’s Aging Department is working with the Kerr-Tar Area Agency on Aging to develop a new regional Aging Plan for 2020-2024. Below is the survey monkey link for a ten-item survey that will guide our priorities and help us plan for future Aging services. We are interested in responses from all ages and perspectives. Our new Aging Plan will address the needs of aging adults, caregivers, and persons living with disabilities in our county.  If you have particular questions or suggestions, please contact the Franklin County Aging Department at 919-496-1131.





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Franklin County Library Schedules Closings to Improve Services

Improvements Planned for All Library Branches in February, 2020 please click here for the full press release including the closing schedule.

 The completed Franklin County Public Library Comprehensive Development Plan is available here.



With a valid Franklin County library card you can now read today's News and Observer digitally from home or search more than 25 years of North Carolina history with the News and Observer Collection. This database includes coverage from 1991 through today with full-color newspaper pages and individual articles, and content only published online. To start click here or the graphic above and have your library card number ready.





NC Kids Digital

 The Franklin County Library is now part of a digital content consortium just for kids called NC Kids Digital Library. It is managed by Overdrive just like e-iNC. There are some very exciting formats available including read-alongs. 



 Franklin County is in the process of updating it's Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP).  The development of a new CDP is needed at this time in response to pending challenges related to projected growth. The CDP presents an opportunity to address the specific needs of the community and improve the quality of life enjoyed by current and future residents.  This is where we need everyone’s input.  Click the logo below and let your voice be heard.  Don’t forget to spread the word.



Also if you're interested in what events we have in store for this month, please take a look at our Events Calendar.




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Ancestry Library Edition by ProQuest is available inside the libraries.