Local Votes Cast for Historic Photo Collage
From July 24 - July 29, 2018, Richland Library asked local residents to pick their three favorite photos from nearly 100 images that the community submitted and our Walker Local and Family History Center researched, archived, and scanned. The photos were...
I See Light
Window installation has begun, bringing in lots of natural lighting with scenic views of our community.
Richland Library has been exploring ways to bring enhanced services to the Edgewood community for several years. Thanks to tremendous support from residents and partners like the Columbia Housing Authority, we’re thrilled to be on track to open a new library in the neighborhood in 2018. We look forward to providing customers with a library collection, holds pickup, computer access, meeting rooms and space for community partners. Until the new library is open, please visit us at our outpost location at the Edgewood Community Foundation.
Located at Oak Street and Elmwood, the renovated and reconfigured 7,000 square foot former retail space will transform into a vibrant library where Edgewood residents can learn, create and share.
• Education & Growth
• Career Advancement
Floor Plans & Renderings
"People use the word "treasure" for gold, jewels and other precious things. I feel that this word captures the essence or soul of the Edgewood community. Each time I walked through the neighborhood and spoke to the residents, I sensed their great pride in their community, history and neighbors. In this artwork, I created seven panels that reflect that pride in the community, history and people of Edgewood. The people depicted on the panels were done in silhouette so that they could represent all members of the community. Edgewood's greatest treasure is its people."