Library Board of Trustees
About the Board
Boone County Public Library is a community resource that links people of all ages, interests, and circumstances with the recorded wisdom, experiences, and ideas of others.
Operation of the Boone County Public Library District is vested in the Boone County Public Library District Board of Trustees, a body corporate, in accordance with KRS 173.520.
The Board is composed of five members representing the community. Members must reside within Boone County and be committed to the provision of library services within the county. Members of the Board of Trustees are appointed by the Boone County Judge-Executive with the approval of the Boone County Fiscal Court. Each member may serve two four-year terms.
If you are interested in serving on the Board of Trustees, here's how you can apply for consideration.
The Library is governed in accordance with its bylaws. The Board of Trustees is responsible for establishing policy, approving the budget, and ensuring that adequate funds are available to finance the budget. The Board oversees the library's finances, the library director, and is responsible for understanding the library's mission, programs, and services delivered to the community.
To view Library policies, please see our About the Library page.
The Board of Trustees meets monthly on the third Tuesday at 4:00 p.m. Meetings are held at each Branch at least once a year. All other meetings are held at Main Library. All meetings are open to the public.
The Library submits an Annual Report to the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives. This report provides detailed operational statistics.
Report to the Community
This report provides an overview of the year.
- Report to the Community: 2013
- Report to the Community: 2012
- Report to the Community: 2011
- Report to the Community: 2010