Airdrie’s New Library & Multi-use Facility Project is Underway

The new 73,000 sq ft facility will be a place for the community to connect and participate in programs and activities. It will offer lifelong learning and arts development, shared multi-purpose rooms and office spaces, and an atrium for residents and visitors to enjoy.

Construction has started!

The City of Airdrie kicked-off the construction of the Multi-use and Library Facility on August 21, 2023 with a well-attended Groundbreaking Event. The event was an opportunity to celebrate all of the efforts in researching, planning, designing, and funding that have brought us to this exciting stage of the project.

We are Here…

Mayor speaking at podium next to Blackfoot elder in foreground with large construction equipment in background


On August 21, 2023, the City of Airdrie marked the start of construction with a Groundbreaking Event. Co-hosted with the Airdrie Public Library (APL), the event was attended by Mayor Peter Brown and Council, Chair Daniel Nelles and members of the APL board, Blackfoot Elder Corolla Fox Hanley, and project leads, indigenous community representatives and City and library staff. Construction is scheduled to be complete in 2025.

Construction site with concrete building foundation

Underground Parkade Construction underway

Construction of the underground parking structure

Land Acknowledgement

The City of Airdrie is located on Treaty 7 territory. We acknowledge this land as the traditional home of the Blackfoot Confederacy, including the Siksika, Piikani, and Kainai, the Tsuut’ina Nation and Stoney-Nakoda Nations, including the Goodstoney, Chiniki and Bearspaw, and the People of Metis Nation of Alberta, District 4.

Airdrie's New Library and Multi-use Facility will be innovative and meet the needs of a dynamic and growing community; it will be a destination for all and contribute to a healthy, connected community.