The deadline for residents to have their say on the way libraries are run has been extended until Wednesday, April 24 by Luton Borough Council.
Two potential options are being sounded out for the future of Luton’s libraries.
One option will stop the mobile library service, while the other option will keep the service by reducing openinghours at some libraries.
Pam Garraway of housing and community living said: “We know libraries are important to residents and a lot of people have already given us their views. We felt that it was important to give people more time to respond so the deadline has been extended.”