The Sequoya Branch Library, a publicly funded and managed library and an affiliate library of the Madison Public Library (MPL), serves almost 270,000 residents in Madison, the capital city of Wisconsin, which lies west of Milwaukee. The Sequoya Street Branch contributes to the overall collection and services of MPL, which maintains almost 800,000 volumes and circulates almost four million items per year. Today, Sequoya is only one of the eight branches, plus the central library – MPL, plus the Dream Bus, with a total aggregated visits of more than 2.1 million and more than 163,000 registered borrowers. Additionally, a build-out area of about 20,000 square feet, the new Sequoya Branch Library was created to receive LEED accreditation at the lowest certified level (silver). The LEED for Commercial Interiors (LEED-CI) Rating System of the Green Building Council. The Sequoya Branch will operate using green cleaning and paper products, which are also featured and may be observed by patrons during the walking tour for a guided explanation of the materials, systems, or concepts utilized in creating a sustainable design.

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Physical Address:
513 South Midvale Boulevard
Madison, Wisconsin 53713


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