Join us for breakfast with the Johnson County Library to learn about all of the renovations and services they offer small businesses.
After spending nine months out of circulation, the Central Resources Library in Overland Park finally reopened in January. Johnson County officials spent more than $3.5 million renovating the 20-year-old building. Besides putting in new carpet and a fresh coat of paint, they also expanded their technology and business resources.
In addition to books and multimedia on creating and running a business, the Johnson County Library also offers a wide variety of resources for small businesses such as sample business plans, model employee policies, and databases that can spin out community demographic info and industry trends. In addition, the new Black & Veatch MakerSpace offers a 3D printer, recording studio, laser cutter and so much more.