The Spring City Library requested and received final approval for its building project at 248 Broad Street during Monday night's Spring City Borough Council meeting.
Following a setback at the December meeting, the library complied with requests from borough council that allowed their approval to go through.
The vote was unanimous.
Councilman Michael Hays, a member of the library board, told Patch that the next step will be organizing and putting out bids for the project.
The library received a $500,000 matching funds grant from the state Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program, giving them a total budget of $1 million.
Hays said that the library hopes to break ground "this spring or summer at the latest".