City of Goodyear to unveil new library and city hall with ribbon cutting
PHOENIX — The city of Goodyear will unveil its new library and city hall on Monday with a ribbon cutting ceremony, the city announced.
The $87 million Goodyear Civic Square at GSQ will include a new state-of-the-art city hall, a two-story library that is twice the size of the current one and a 2-acre community park for food trucks, parades, fairs, concerts and more.
The celebration will kick off at 7 a.m. near McDowell Road and 150th Drive with the ribbon cutting taking place at 8 a.m.
“Goodyear Civic Square will certainly help shape the future of our community and it wouldn’t be possible without our incredible partnership with Globe Corporation,” Mayor Georgia Lord said in a press release in 2021.
Some of the activities for spectators include lawn yoga, food trucks and giveaways with building tours to follow the ceremony, ending at 9 a.m.
The entire ceremony will also be streamed on the city of Goodyear’s Facebook page.
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