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The Library District
To create exceptional libraries which provide convenient and universal access to quality information resources while committed to the highest ideals of library service for personal lifelong enrichment and inclusive community involvement
Convenient, universal and ever-improving access to quality information resources for all of the communities we serve, knowledgeable and responsive customer service, careful stewardship of the fiscal, physical, and information resources for which we have been given responsibility
Our Vision for Success:
To be the Peak of Excellence in Mountain Libraries, spanning the Divide
How is the library funded?
In 1994, voters approved a 2.41 mill levy to establish the library district. The library district experienced growth in revenues for 15+ years. However, based on the county’s 2011 property assessment, the district experienced a 17% loss of revenues in 2012 and 2013. In response to the reduction in revenues, the district restructured, streamlined systems and processes, made reductions in staff, open hours, materials and online resources. The library district experienced an additional 13% reduction in revenues in 2014 and another 2.5% decline in 2015, making a total 32.5% reduction in operating revenue since 2011.
2015 Proposed Budget Open for Comment
The Library District's 2015 proposed budget (see attachment below) is open to the public for comment. Please direct questions to Pat Berger. Comments and objections will be heard at the November meeting of the Board of Trustees on November 18th.
|2015 Proposed Budget||55.23 KB|
|2014 Budget||99.63 KB|
|2013 Audited Financial Statements||570.53 KB|
|2013 Budget||141.88 KB|
|2012 Audited Financial Statements||557.04 KB|
|2011 Audited Financial Statements||530.97 KB|
|2010 Audited Financial Statements||522.28 KB|
|2009 Audited Financial Statements||519.41 KB|
|2008 Audited Financial Statements||560.48 KB|
|2007 Audited Financial Statements||613.43 KB|