Merriam Plaza Library is currently under construction and anticipated to open in 2024. Co-located on the same campus as the Merriam Community Center, the new branch will replace the existing Antioch Library and will feature the same great collection and staff.
Get more information on the construction process and see a fly-through video of the architectural renderings on our FAQ page.
- Catalog kiosk
- Computer printing
- External CD drive
- Wireless A/V in meeting and study rooms
- Merriam parking garage features 2 electric vehicle charging stations
- Drive-thru service window for holds pickup
- Drive-up book drop
- Meeting/Storytime room
- Study rooms (2)
Meeting and Study Rooms
Merriam Plaza Library will have two study rooms and one larger, multi-purpose meeting room. All rooms will have upgraded A/V technology for projecting a laptop or other device onto a screen. Like the newer rooms at other Johnson County Library locations, patrons will need to bring their own devices to use these systems.
Petitioners and protestors must follow these rules:
• You must stay inside this zone.
• You must not interfere with patrons entering the building.
Petitioners or protestors who cannot abide by these rules will be asked to leave the premises.
The protest and petitioning zone’s placement will be selected to maximize exposure of petitioners to patrons and prevent sidewalk traffic congestion and ensure patron safety.
We appreciate your cooperation.