In the Summer of 2016, MKS and the North Webster Library Board forged a partnership, starting the conversation about the future of the Library and its needs. The Library Board knew their attendance was growing at a rapid pace, along with the need for more space and community programs. Over the span of roughly 40 meetings, finances, floor plans, expansion and much more were discussed and decided upon together. On May 7th, 2019, demolition began on the south end of the North Webster Community Center, paving the way for the brand-new Library. The razed portion of the building once housed the North Webster High School, eventually being repurposed for a community space.
The new interior includes a lounge area, reading and study areas, a large meeting room, smaller conference rooms, new offices, a youth department, genealogy and local history department, an area with public computer access, and additional room to expand the library collection of books and materials.