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Public Library Foot Room (lower level)
The Red Wing Public Library has a nine member governing board of city residents appointed by the Mayor and City council, which makes policy relative to the library’s services, collection development and programming, use of the building, intellectual freedom issues and develops and monitors the budget. There is potential for some additional committee work. Its mission is to “grow lifelong learners”. One member may be a non-city resident of Goodhue County. The term is 3 years and you may serve 2 consecutive terms. Library Board policies are administered by the Library Director. The board meets the second Wednesday of every odd month at 6:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 315 West 4th Street. Workshops may occur as needed on the second Wednesday of even months in the Foot Room of the Red Wing Public Library at 6:00 p.m.
The City has dedicated itself to a multi-year project involving the public, City Council, City staff, and a diverse, community-based Advisory Team made up of 12 residents. The project identifies, examines, and improves policies and practices that may negatively affect residents, especially residents of color. Recommendations will be brought forward to the City Council. Over time, each department and area of government will be examined for policy improvements.