MnDOT Library is Among State Government Libraries Recognized by Gov. Walz

Gov. Tim Walz proclaimed April 23-29 Capitol Area Library Consortium Week to recognize CALCO libraries during National Library Week.

“By assisting employees of the judicial, legislative and executive branches of Minnesota government, as well as providing information services to Minnesota residents and libraries, CALCO libraries offer a vital service to the people of Minnesota,” said Gov. Walz in the proclamation.

Celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, CALCO was formed in 1973 to encourage cooperation among state government libraries and increase their role within Minnesota’s library community. The MnDOT Library is one of 13 member libraries and four associate member libraries.

Check out this video to learn about MnDOT Library resources and research services. 

Since 1957, the MnDOT Library has provided access to a vast network of transportation information. Visit the library on the first floor of the State Transportation Building, access library services online, or check out the new MnDOT Digital Library, a digital repository of MnDOT publications.

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