Wimberley Village Library District, Wimberley, TX (October 2021) – Wimberley Village Library District announces the renovation and expansion of the library. The expansion will significantly enlarge the children and teen areas of the library. It will also create a 100-person meeting room for community use, and a craft area. The remodel will create smaller group meeting rooms and modernize the current building. The project will incorporate One Water concepts, solar power, and clean air technology in the HVAC in the expansion and remodel. Construction is anticipated to begin early spring of 2022 and the anticipated completion is May 2023. Financing for the project was provided by Government Capital Corporation Southlake, Texas.
“Having a continued relationship with Government Capital Corporation since 2008, their knowledge and expertise is always a great overall value to us,” stated Aileen Edgington, Chair of the Building Committee. “Wimberley Village Library District was very pleased with the smooth approval and funding process provided by Government Capital Corporation.”
“I would like to congratulate the Library District board on their decision to invest in the long-term viability of the District,” stated Ed King, Senior Vice President, Government Capital Corporation. “The facility upgrades are not only a beautiful addition to the local architecture, but also positions the District to engage the community for the next several generations.”
About Wimberley Village Library District
The Wimberley Village Library District is located in Wimberley, Texas and serves a population of 25,000 according to the Texas State Library assignment. They offer multiple services and resources including computers, teachers’ assistances, online books, etc. To learn more visit www.wimberleylibrary.org
About Government Capital Corporation
Government Capital Corporation is a leading public finance firm providing professional financial services to all local governmental entities. Since its founding in 1992, the company has successfully completed thousands of municipal financings exceeding $4.8 billion in Texas and across the country. For more information, visit www.govcap.com