Zula B. Wylie Public Library in Cedar Hill Re-Opens

By Marva J. Sneed
Staff Writer

Looking for some safe activities for the kids? Check out the Zula B. Wylie Public Library in Cedar Hill. 

The library is open Monday-Friday 10 am-4 pm and curbside services are available.

The mission of the Zula B. Wylie Public Library is to be the community place that acts as the Door to Discovery connecting the culturally rich and diverse community to resources and services that promote lifelong learning, personal growth and development, and awareness of the arts.  

They have the Summer Reading Challenge with prizes, Cedar Hill Garden Discovery, The Happiness Advantage Book Club, Story Time Live on Facebook, and more virtual activities.  

A year ago, Mayor Stephen Mason, Cedar Hill City Council announced the location of the new Library. The site, located near the Cedar Hill Government Center and the intersection of Pioneer Trail and N. Cedar Hill Road, was recommended by a citizen committee that studied a number of options. 

The City Council awarded design contracts to PGAL for professional architectural and engineering services and Ten Eyck Landscape Architects for landscape architectural design services for the new public library and signature park project. The design process kicked off the summer in coordination with a citizen design committee and with ample opportunity for public input. 

Aranda Bell is the Manager of Library Services. She was excited to talk about the development of the Toastmaster International Group to inspire and motivate your team Challenge with the toastmaster’s proven educational programs. Enrollment is open. 

Enroll at http://www.toastmasters.org/membership. For more on the Zula B. Wylie Public Library of Cedar Hill www.cedarhilllibrary.org.