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North Suburban Library/Roscoe - Roscoe, Illinois - Branch Library

Phone - 815-623-6266

 
North Suburban Library/Roscoe
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Administrative Office Information

North Suburban P.l.d.
Phone: 815-633-4247
Web Address: www.northsuburbanlibrary.org
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Location
6340 North Second Street
Loves Park, IL 61111-4184
Mailing Address
6340 North Second Street
Loves Park, IL 61111-4184
library Collection
Print Materials: 216,704
Electronic Books: -1
Audio Materials: 8,017
Video Materials: 8,679
Print Subscriptions: 359
Library Services
Annual Service Hours for All Service Outlets: 6,760
Annual Library Visits: 339,729
Annual Reference Transactions: 22,637
Annual Circulation Transactions: 547,124
Annual Children's Material Circulation: 237,209
Internet Terminals Used by General Public: 56
Users of Electronic Resources Per Typical Week: 52,000
Service Outlets
Central Libraries: 1
Branch Libraries: 1
Bookmobiles: 0
Staff
Full Time Staff: 4
Librarians: 5
Other Staff: 16
Total Staff: 21
Funding/Operating Revenue
Local Government Revenue: $32,767
Illinois Government Revenue: $153,734
Federal Government Revenue: $10,000
Total Income: $1,332,646
Salaries: $780,062
Total Staff Expenditure: $1,035,866
Miscellaneous
Interlibrary Relationship: Member of a Federation or Cooperative
Legal Basis: Library District (authority, board, commission)
Administrative Structure: Administrative Entity with Multiple Direct Service Outlets where Administrative Offices are Not Separate
Geographic Info: Other
Population of Legal Service Area: 61,145
North Suburban Library/Roscoe Reviews

from: Kevin D Hanson | submitted: Oct 07, 2014
Amazing staff, programs, and library programs for all to enjoy. Because of the business of the schools and all the electronics, I believe people have forgotten what a gem copies of actual books, and not just on-line books mean to our very culture. Thus, I encourage all who read this to support the library, the staff(members of our very own community) and make a valiant effort to encourage the younger generations to take part in a regular usage of this library. The history of this very library is remarkable in that it was fought for to provide a library to this area for generations to come...... They need our support, funding, and support to keep them going strong. I came from an area in the state of Oregon and did not have so much offered to myself or my family. Volunteers, ideas, and perhaps sometimes just a nice "thank you for providing great services" is needed. Could the local school district take an interest in teaming up, maybe offering a special free coupon to younger readers a free cone from McDonald's or Culver's for those who complete the Summer Reading Programs or Winter Programs? Thank You, friends.......K Hanson


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