Marshfield Library and Community Center Capital Campaign

Marshfield Library and Community Center Capital Campaign


The groundbreaking ceremony for the new Everett Roehl Marshfield Public Library will be at 11 a.m. on Friday, July 31, at the corner of Maple Avenue and Veterans Parkway in Marshfield. The public is invited to attend. After raising almost $5 million, the "Building Connections" capital campaign for the library and community center complex will close on Aug. 31. For more information about the groundbreaking and the campaign's progress, click here.

Error in planning process for new library benefits city and project fundraisers

Design error complicates Marshfield library project

Bids for phase one of library project come in higher than originally anticipated

Heartfelt thank you from Lori Belongia to all involved with library/community center project

Building project plans moving quickly

Construction of new library may start Aug. 3

Boson Company to lead construction of new library

Roehl donation secures construction of new library
Thanks to an exceptional donation by Everett Roehl, founder of Roehl Transport, Inc., the new library will be named the Everett Roehl Marshfield Public Library. The Building Connections Capital Campaign is grateful to Mr. Roehl for his visionary gift and for his strong commitment to making Marshfield a better place in which to live. For more information, click here:
Everett Roehl Gift to Marshfield Public Library-Community Center Campaign