Jefferson County Public Library to share concepts for Belmar Library redesign

Jefferson County residents are invited to a sneak peek of the upcoming Belmar Library redesign.

Jefferson County Public Library (JCPL) and HDR, a global engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services firm, are co-hosting a design preview from 6:30 – 8 p.m. on Thursday, April 25 in the Belmar Library Meeting Room, 555 S. Allison Pkwy, in Lakewood. Light refreshments will be served.

Construction on the redesign is expected to begin this fall. For updates on the project, please visit

About Jefferson County Public Library

Jefferson County Public Library (JCPL) will always be here to connect you to the people, ideas, and inspiration for whatever’s next in life.

JCPL is the third largest public library in the state of Colorado and the essential destination where all generations connect, discover and create. Our mission is to build an educated and vibrant community by providing equal access to information and opportunities. We deliver our services through a robust website, 10 libraries, a bookmobile, home services, and outreach services to kids, families, teens, adults, and diverse communities. Friendly and caring employees are available to help you find what you need, get the most out of library resources, and have fun throughout the process.   

Come in to our libraries or visit -- where you can always be learning. Always be creating. And always be discovering something new.

About HDR

HDR is a global engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services firm headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska. Per HDR: “For more than a century, HDR has partnered with clients to shape communities and push the boundaries of what’s possible. Our expertise spans nearly 10,000 employees, in more than 225 locations around the world — and counting. Our engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services bring an impressive breadth of knowledge to every project. Our optimistic approach to finding innovative solutions defined our past and drives our future.” For additional information, please visit