to make the Library the heart of the community
that everyone, infants to seniors, will look first to the Library to fulfill their informational, educational, leisure and cultural needs.
Some keywords that appeal to us include community, imagine, welcoming, accessible, inspirational, creative, valuable, and professional. We want to stress how easily we can fit into people’s lives and provide them with free resources for information and entertainment.
We would like to use the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury’s logo (attached) as an inspiration for our logo. See examples we like from the Bradford Board of Trade and the Farmer’s Market who have also adapted the town logo. We do not want to use their tagline, but would like to keep their colours and are open to adding additional colours.
The community includes both urban and rural areas with the majority of the population centered in the town of Bradford, located on the fringe of the GTA and adjacent to the Holland Marsh (farming). Easily accessible from Highways 400, 27 and 11 (Yonge Street), Bradford West Gwillimbury is a growing community, reflected in the increasing demand for library services. Our patrons are restricted to this geographic location and include young professionals and families, rural farmers, commuters to Toronto, empty nesters and retirees. While the population is predominantly white, Anglo-Saxon, there are segments of the population with Portuguese, Italian, Dutch, Punjabi or Mexican backgrounds. There is a strong sense of family values and local churches, mainly Protestant, are well attended.
We need a CMYK image (preferably SVG) and a layered RGB file (png) and jpg.