The Lisle Library District is a district public Library A district is responsible for all of it's operations, services, staff, and stewardship of the facility. Our fiscal year runs July 1 - June 30th. Financial information is available in the links below, along with helpful resources.
The Library develops a proposed working budget. Discussions are held in a series of Committee of the Whole meetings, all of which are open to the public. Drafts of the proposed budget are discussed in the Committee of the Whole meetings and posted on our web site. After a final draft is arrived at, the Board approves a working budget in the spring and that final working budget replaces the original draft on the web site.
The legal spending authority is set by the Budget and Appropriations ordinance, proposed in the fall and adopted after a public hearing. Future dates for these meetings will be readily available on our Library Board page.
Current Fiscal Year July 2014- July 2015
Financial Information for Fiscal Year 2013-2014:
- Budget Fiscal Year 2013-2014
- Budget and Appropriation Ordinance 2013-2014
- Tax Levy for Fiscal Year 2013-2014
Financial Information for Fiscal Year 2012-2013:
Financial Information for Fiscal Year 2011-2012:
Financial Information for Fiscal Year 2010-2011
Financial Information for Fiscal Year 2009-2010
Additional Resources of Interest
There are a variety of different types of Libraries across the United States including corporate, special, law, medical, school, public, art, etc. Each type of library may operate differently, and be subject to different operational procedures and practices.
Public libraries in Illinois may be a municipal, town, village, or a district and are subject to different types of administration and governance. The Lisle Library District has information in the collection concerning Libraries as well as many professional resources.
Public Library District Handbook from Lewis and Clark Library System
Illinois Property Tax System by the Illinois Department of Revenue
Property Tax Extension Limitation Law by the Illinois Department of Revenue
Tax Cap Information from the Illinois Library Association
Resource Links from the Illinois State Library
The Value of Libraries/ROI Studies: Links Bibliography from the American Library Association