Architectural work is underway by HFR Design out of Brentwood on the new library. The library will be located near the southeast corner at HWY 31W Main Street and College Street on the White House Municipal campus. We have already commenced construction on the new parking lot.
$100,000 State Grant for New White House Library
On August 31st, the TN Secretary of State came to the White House library to present a $100,000 State grant award for the new library building. Also in attendance were State Senator Ferrell Haile, State Representative Courtney Rogers, Representative William Lamberth, Representative Joshua Evans, Sumner County Executive Anthony Holt, Mayor Mike Arnold, Library Director Elizabeth Kozlowski and a number of library board members. The City was honored to be selected to receive such an award and thank the Secretary and other government officials for their support to the project.
The Memorial Foundation Gives Library $200,000 Grant
The City of White House received a grant on August 20th from The Memorial Foundation for $200,000 for the new library construction project. We are honored to be recipients of such a grant and would like to thank The Memorial Foundation for its support.
Sumner County Gives White House $500,000 for the New Library Building
The Sumner county council of government voted in November of 2012 to appropriate $500,000 to the city of White House for the new library project. The city would like to thank Sumner County for its support.
The Friends of the Library needs you to help us make the dream a reality.
The total cost of the new building project will be 3.6 million. To date, a total of $800,000 has been secured for the new building. The Friends have voted to accept the challenge of raising another $400,000 from the private sector to help the city cover the cost of the project. If you would like to give to the project, please email the Friends at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how you can help.