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					                   California

                      Library

                    Statistics

                         2010



                     Fiscal year 2008–2009

                              from

                Public and County Law Libraries




             Library Development Services Bureau
                      Sacramento, 2010

         Stacey A. Aldrich, State Librarian of California



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California Library Statistics 2010
ISSN 0741-031X



Questions or Comments:
Ira Bray, Editor


Library Development Services Bureau
California State Library
900 N St 4th Floor
PO Box 942837
Sacramento CA 94237-0001
Tel. (916) 653-0171
FAX (916) 653-8443




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                                               Contents
Statewide Statistics
      State Summary of Library Statistics ................................................ 1

Public Library Statistics
      Five Year Trend Charts ..................................................................... 3
      Year to Year Comparison Table ....................................................... 6
      Rank Order Tables
            Expenditures per Capita.......................................................... 7
            Materials Expenditures per Capita ........................................ 8
            Print Materials per Capita ...................................................... 9
            Total Materials Available per Capita .................................. 10
            Population Served per FTE Staff ......................................... 11
            Circulation per Capita........................................................... 12
            Program Attendance per Capita .......................................... 13
            Visits per Capita ..................................................................... 14
            Public Access Computer Use per Capita ............................. 15
      Public Library Table Descriptions and Column Headings .......... 16
            Profile ...................................................................................... 23
            Income ..................................................................................... 30
            Expenditures ........................................................................... 37
            Expenditures Detail................................................................ 44
            Collections ............................................................................... 51
            Services .................................................................................... 58
            Children’s Services................................................................. 65
            Literacy Services .................................................................... 72
            Salaries .................................................................................... 79
            Electronic Services ................................................................. 86
            Comparisons ........................................................................... 93
            Mobile Libraries................................................................... 100

County Law Library Statistics ................................................................ 103
Appendix A - Public Library Survey Instructions ................................ 112
Appendix B - County Law Library Survey Instructions ...................... 132




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                        CALIFORNIA STATE LIBRARY
                        Library Development Services Bureau


                      State Summary of Library Statistics

Each year the State Library sends annual report forms to California's public and county law
libraries. Statistical data from those reports are tabulated in this publication, with directory
listings published on the State Library’s website. Public libraries are required by the
Education Code to report annually to the State Librarian, the county law library survey is
voluntary.

California cooperates with the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) through the
Public Library Statistics Cooperative (PLSC) in the collection of uniform public library
statistical data nationwide for compilation and publication.


                               FISCAL YEAR 2008 - 2009

For this fiscal year, all public libraries, with the exception of Vernon, submitted data to this
program. For county law libraries 44 of the 58 counties reported.

Public libraries, compared to FY 2007-2008, had the following changes:

       *   Visits Per Capita increased 6%
       *   Circulation Per Capita increased 7%
       *   Reference Questions Per Capita increased 11%
       *   Public Access Computers Per 1000 population increased 4%
       *   Local Income Per Capita increased less than 1%

 As the state population grew less than 1% (.6%) from the previous fiscal year, 137 libraries
had increases in population served, 43 had a decrease and one had no change (Vernon,
population 95). National City had a greater than 7% decline in population while the city of
Tulare increased more than 5%.

Twenty percent of the public libraries served 73 percent of the population of legally served
areas in California during FY 2008-09; each of these public libraries had a legal service area
population of 200,000 or more.




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By type of library, those reporting data and included in this statistics publication are:

181 public libraries:
          * By jurisdiction, there are 46 county, 117 city, 12 district and 6 Joint Power
              Authority public libraries.

   By level of service, in this fiscal year, California public libraries included:

          * 1,860 total public service points, including mobile library service stops.

          * 167 main libraries. Administrative headquarters are not included, and some
            county or district libraries have no main library.

          * 646 branch libraries. A branch is an extension library open some part of each
            of five days a week, has at least 1,400 square feet of floor space, a general
            book collection of at least 7,000 volumes, and is staffed with the equivalent of
            at least one librarian and one clerical employee during hours open for service.

          * 310 library stations. A station is a library structure smaller than a branch,
            providing a lower level of service.

          * There are 63 mobile libraries operated by 43 libraries with 737 mobile library
            stops. A mobile library stop is a location visited by a bookmobile or other
            traveling library.

          * Combining main, branch, station and the number of mobile libraries, there are
            1,186 public library outlets reported. Excluding mobile libraries there are
            1,123 library outlets.

       Public Library coverage of special note:

         Emeryville and Piedmont are included with Oakland.
         Glenn County is served by Orland and Willows city libraries.
         Hillsborough is served by Burlingame and San Mateo city libraries.
         Santa Barbara County is served by the three city libraries of Lompoc, Santa Barbara
         and Santa Maria.
         Shasta County is served by the Redding Public Library and the Anderson and
         Burney outlets.
         Sierra County is included with Plumas County.




                                              2
                             Five Year Public Libraries
                                           Trend Charts
The data for each of the charts is generated by summing the item for all responding libraries and
then dividing by the sum of the population served for those libraries to obtain the per capita
figure. Not all libraries report all items for all years, but the number of non-respondents is
relatively small and the per capita approach reduces the influence of the number of respondents,
skewing the results.

Each library serves a unique clientele and therefore local trends may vary from the statewide
aggregate. The statewide figures are helpful in analyzing broad changes in services and as a
background for understanding local experiences.



                                          California Public Libraries
                                               Visits per Capita
                                        16% Increase Over Five Years
                                         6% Increase 2007/08 - 2008/09
                                            Statewide Aggregate
5.00


                                                                                      4.80
                                                                          4.51
4.00                                                 4.24
           4.13              4.09



3.00




2.00




1.00




0.00
          2004-2005         2005-2006              2006-2007             2007-2008   2008-2009




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                              California Public Libraries
                                Circulation per Capita
                            14% Increase Over Five Years
                           7% Increase FY 2007/08 - 2008/09
                                 Statewide Aggregate
7.00




6.00
                                                                              6.21
                                                                  5.78
5.00     5.43         5.30                5.44


4.00




3.00




2.00




1.00




0.00
        2004-2005    2005-2006           2006-2007               2007-2008   2008-09


                              California Public Libraries
                        Internet Terminals per 1000 Population
                              26% Increase Over 5 Years
                           4% Increase FY 2007/08 - 2008/09
                                  Statewide Aggregate

 0.60




 0.50

                                                                              0.49
                                                                   0.46
 0.40                                      0.43
                       0.41
          0.39

 0.30




 0.20




 0.10




 0.00
         2004-2005   2005-2006            2006-2007              2007-2008   2008-2009




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                                 California Public Libraries
                               Reference Questions per Capita
                                5% Increase over Five Years
                              11% Increase FY 2007/08 - 2008/09
                                    Statewide Aggregate
  1.00


                                                                               0.95
             0.90
                           0.86                                    0.86
  0.75                                         0.80




  0.50




  0.25




  0.00
           2004-2005      2005-2006           2006-2007           2007-2008   2008-2009



                                 California Public Libraries
                                  Local Income per Capita
                               11% Increase over Five Years
                       Statewide Aggregate - Constant 2008-09 Dollars
$35


$34


$33


$32

                                                                  $31.79       $31.90
$31                                          $31.43

$30
                         $30.66


$29


$28
         $28.63

$27


$26


$25
         2004-2005      2005-2006            2006-2007            2007-2008    2008-09




                                              5
                                               State Summary
                                             Two Year Comparison

Data Item                                    FY 2007-08 State Total   FY 2008-09 State Total % Change Net Change

Population of Legal Service Area                         38,048,664              38,291,890    0.60%      243,226
Total Librarians (FTE)                                        3,562                   3,596    1.00%           35
Total Paid Employees (FTE)                                   12,623                  12,375    2.00%          248
Local Government Revenue                              1,194,130,846           1,221,652,430    2.30%   27,521,584
Total Operating Revenue                               1,317,239,483           1,342,156,220    1.90%   24,916,737
Total Staff Expenditures                                844,994,828             865,599,247    2.40%   20,604,419
Total Collection Expenditures                           127,775,029             123,571,287    3.30%    4,203,742
Total Operating Expenditures                          1,248,805,297           1,328,210,899    6.40%   79,405,602
Public Service Hours Per Year                             2,349,185               2,350,254    0.00%        1,069
Library Visits                                          165,532,224             172,356,529    4.10%    6,824,305
Reference Transactions                                   32,517,057              36,237,365   11.40%    3,720,308
Registered Borrowers                                     21,099,952              21,862,403    3.60%      762,451
Total Circulation                                       220,107,358             237,889,322    8.10%   17,781,964
Circulation of Children's Materials                      80,376,634              86,824,640    8.00%    6,448,006
Loans Provided To                                         2,724,294               3,278,541   20.30%      554,247
Loans Received From                                       2,515,674               3,214,852   27.80%      699,178
Children's Programs                                         231,515                 247,960    7.10%       16,445
Children's Program Attendance                             5,862,383               6,287,795    7.30%      425,412
Total Library Programs                                      312,132                 336,590    7.80%       24,458
Total Program Attendance                                  7,781,597               8,309,572    6.80%      527,975
General Public Internet Terminals                            17,505                  18,624    6.40%        1,119
Uses of Public Internet Computers Per Year               38,361,878              38,561,230    0.50%      199,352
Square Footage of Outlet                                 15,549,671              15,610,872    0.40%       61,201



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CALIFORNIA PUBLIC LIBRARIES: Expenditures Per Capita FY 2008 - 2009
Library       Expenditures Per Capita                                         Statewide Mean: $34.69
Lassen Dist               $4.79    Oxnard                    $25.78   Palm Springs          $49.29
Del Norte Co Dist         $5.86    Covina                    $26.17   Torrance              $50.18
Palo Verde Valley Dist    $5.93    Nevada Co                 $26.27   Sunnyvale             $50.20
Victorville               $7.50    Rancho Cucamonga          $26.35   National City         $50.77
Tehama Co                 $9.20    Azusa                     $26.81   Paso Robles           $52.25
Imperial Co               $9.95    Lincoln                   $27.29   Arcadia               $52.39
Tulare Co                 $10.53   Trinity Co                $27.35   Solano Co             $52.43
Santa Ana                 $10.60   Long Beach                $27.40   San Mateo             $54.80
Kings Co                  $10.99   Plumas Co                 $27.42   Los Gatos             $55.30
Merced Co                 $11.21   Hayward                   $27.46   Livermore             $56.05
Kern Co                   $11.32   Santa Barbara             $27.47   Burbank               $56.23
Shasta Public Libraries   $11.58   Orange Co                 $27.76   Redondo Beach         $56.45
Madera Co                 $12.00   Buena Park Dist           $27.93   Pleasanton            $57.74
Yuba Co                   $12.00   Orland                    $27.98   South Pasadena        $59.17
Imperial                  $12.23   Contra Costa Co           $28.29   Larkspur              $60.41
Moreno Valley             $12.50   Fullerton                 $28.36   Santa Clara           $61.09
San Benito Co             $12.84   Fresno Co                 $28.47   San Mateo Co          $61.47
El Centro                 $12.98   Monterey Park             $29.12   Santa Cruz City-Co    $61.90
Butte Co                  $13.11   San Diego                 $29.13   Dixon Dist            $62.04
Calaveras Co              $13.48   Redlands                  $29.90   Richmond              $63.95
Tulare                    $14.56   Anaheim                   $30.26   Mountain View         $64.65
San Bernardino            $14.64   Colusa Co                 $30.36   Thousand Oaks         $65.30
San Bernardino Co         $14.69   Roseville                 $30.49   Sierra Madre          $66.62
San Juan Bautista         $14.74   Woodland                  $30.55   San Leandro           $67.57
Mendocino Co              $14.93   Oceanside                 $30.63   Menlo Park            $72.36
Moorpark                  $16.63   Riverside                 $30.73   South San Francisco   $75.11
Colton                    $16.88   Orange                    $30.88   Santa Fe Springs      $76.47
Pomona                    $17.10   Salinas                   $31.12   Newport Beach         $77.56
Sutter Co                 $17.13   Coalinga Dist             $31.46   Santa Clara Co        $80.02
Palmdale                  $17.54   Alhambra                  $31.80   Benicia               $82.87
Riverside Co              $17.99   Monterey Co               $32.04   Mono Co               $83.33
El Dorado Co              $18.34   Placer Co                 $32.07   Sausalito             $83.42
Beaumont Dist             $18.35   Signal Hill               $32.39   Pasadena              $83.51
Corona                    $18.43   Los Angeles               $32.54   San Marino            $87.49
Stanislaus Co             $18.99   Monrovia                  $33.17   Marin Co              $87.63
Lompoc                    $19.26   Inglewood                 $33.90   Palos Verdes Dist     $89.68
Lake Co                   $20.20   Daly City                 $34.26   Cerritos              $91.17
Stockton-San Joaquin Co   $20.45   Mission Viejo             $35.31   Carlsbad              $91.63
Willows                   $20.60   Whittier                  $35.72   Redwood City          $94.70
Tuolumne Co               $21.27   Sonoma Co                 $35.72   San Francisco         $96.90
Santa Maria               $21.66   Inyo Co                   $36.14   Palo Alto             $99.12
Brawley                   $21.68   Yolo Co                   $36.22   Coronado              $102.70
Calexico                  $21.82   San Luis Obispo City-Co   $37.62   Burlingame            $104.39
Porterville               $21.93   Los Angeles Co            $37.66   Monterey              $110.67
Murrieta                  $22.07   San Jose                  $37.83   Santa Monica          $116.14
Folsom                    $22.22   Placentia Dist            $38.44   Mill Valley           $128.11
Chula Vista               $22.38   San Diego Co              $38.91   El Segundo            $131.23
Ontario                   $22.98   Alameda                   $39.11   Berkeley              $132.91
Siskiyou Co               $23.19   Watsonville               $39.36   Belvedere-Tiburon     $153.58
Amador Co                 $23.23   Glendale                  $40.65   Rancho Mirage         $173.19
Lodi                      $23.66   Glendora                  $40.98   St Helena             $191.06
Escondido                 $24.05   Modoc Co                  $41.56   Alpine Co             $242.15
Mariposa Co               $24.10   San Rafael                $43.01   Commerce              $248.91
Humboldt Co               $24.17   Pacific Grove             $43.17   Beverly Hills         $264.46
Banning Dist              $24.17   San Anselmo               $43.32   Irwindale             $268.54
Santa Paula Dist          $24.26   Alameda Co                $43.94   Carmel                $273.88
Downey                    $24.34   Altadena Dist             $45.86
Hemet                     $24.45   San Bruno                 $46.56
Huntington Beach          $24.66   Napa Co                   $47.22
Ventura Co                $25.04   Calabasas                 $47.58
Sacramento                $25.07   Yorba Linda               $48.65
Upland                    $25.41   Oakland                   $48.93

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CALIFORNIA PUBLIC LIBRARIES: Materials Expenditures Per Capita FY 2008 - 2009
Library         Expenditures Per Capita                                      Statewide Mean: $3.23
Lassen Dist               $0.04    Oxnard                    $2.01   Richmond              $4.72
Del Norte Co Dist         $0.23    Tulare Co                 $2.02   Napa Co               $4.79
Calaveras Co              $0.32    Hayward                   $2.07   Palm Springs          $4.88
San Juan Bautista         $0.36    Mariposa Co               $2.08   Alameda               $4.90
Imperial Co               $0.38    Monrovia                  $2.08   Solano Co             $5.00
Trinity Co                $0.46    Orange Co                 $2.13   Burbank               $5.04
Mendocino Co              $0.47    Buena Park Dist           $2.18   Mono Co               $5.08
El Centro                 $0.48    Azusa                     $2.23   Redondo Beach         $5.12
Merced Co                 $0.58    Tulare                    $2.23   Sunnyvale             $5.14
Imperial                  $0.64    Sacramento                $2.28   Glendora              $5.48
Palo Verde Valley Dist    $0.65    Santa Maria               $2.34   South San Francisco   $5.54
Orland                    $0.66    National City             $2.37   Arcadia               $5.54
Tehama Co                 $0.67    Riverside Co              $2.40   Pleasanton            $5.56
San Bernardino            $0.69    Lompoc                    $2.42   Larkspur              $5.61
Pomona                    $0.72    Los Angeles               $2.49   San Diego Co          $5.69
San Benito Co             $0.76    Glendale                  $2.51   Los Gatos             $5.74
Moreno Valley             $0.76    Oceanside                 $2.52   San Leandro           $5.76
Siskiyou Co               $0.82    Ontario                   $2.54   Torrance              $5.99
Colton                    $0.85    Murrieta                  $2.55   Menlo Park            $6.29
Santa Paula Dist          $0.88    Alhambra                  $2.55   Thousand Oaks         $6.34
Yuba Co                   $0.91    Downey                    $2.57   Monterey              $6.39
Folsom                    $0.92    Lake Co                   $2.63   Santa Clara           $6.53
Butte Co                  $0.94    Lodi                      $2.70   Benicia               $6.72
Kern Co                   $0.98    Covina                    $2.70   Cerritos              $6.93
Paso Robles               $1.04    Fresno Co                 $2.75   Santa Fe Springs      $6.94
Nevada Co                 $1.08    Los Angeles Co            $2.80   Pasadena              $7.06
Willows                   $1.10    Ventura Co                $2.82   Yorba Linda           $7.13
Shasta Public Libraries   $1.14    Fullerton                 $2.87   San Marino            $7.26
Madera Co                 $1.21    Alameda Co                $2.90   Mountain View         $7.28
Colusa Co                 $1.25    Huntington Beach          $3.11   Calabasas             $7.55
Santa Barbara             $1.29    Watsonville               $3.13   San Mateo Co          $7.63
Corona                    $1.30    San Diego                 $3.17   South Pasadena        $7.66
San Bernardino Co         $1.35    Brawley                   $3.17   Marin Co              $7.68
Santa Ana                 $1.41    Contra Costa Co           $3.17   Alpine Co             $8.20
Amador Co                 $1.43    San Mateo                 $3.19   Burlingame            $8.52
Roseville                 $1.45    San Rafael                $3.20   Berkeley              $8.72
Kings Co                  $1.52    Altadena Dist             $3.21   Palos Verdes Dist     $9.00
Sutter Co                 $1.52    Coalinga Dist             $3.22   Sierra Madre          $9.56
Riverside                 $1.53    Long Beach                $3.27   Carlsbad              $9.69
Palmdale                  $1.54    Banning Dist              $3.29   Redwood City          $10.18
Humboldt Co               $1.54    Placentia Dist            $3.30   Newport Beach         $10.46
Modoc Co                  $1.55    Inglewood                 $3.46   Santa Clara Co        $10.54
Stockton-San Joaquin Co   $1.56    Yolo Co                   $3.46   Sausalito             $10.83
Stanislaus Co             $1.62    San Bruno                 $3.50   Coronado              $10.89
El Dorado Co              $1.62    Daly City                 $3.51   Mill Valley           $11.29
Beaumont Dist             $1.64    Sonoma Co                 $3.52   San Francisco         $11.53
Calexico                  $1.69    Whittier                  $3.61   Palo Alto             $11.75
Chula Vista               $1.72    Redlands                  $3.61   Santa Monica          $12.28
Inyo Co                   $1.75    San Jose                  $3.61   El Segundo            $13.22
Monterey Park             $1.76    San Luis Obispo City-Co   $3.65   Belvedere-Tiburon     $14.16
Tuolumne Co               $1.79    Mission Viejo             $3.72   Irwindale             $15.32
Escondido                 $1.79    Lincoln                   $3.86   Rancho Mirage         $19.56
Anaheim                   $1.82    Dixon Dist                $3.88   Commerce              $20.58
Hemet                     $1.87    Santa Cruz City-Co        $3.97   Beverly Hills         $24.06
Plumas Co                 $1.88    Oakland                   $4.03   St Helena             $26.15
Salinas                   $1.89    San Anselmo               $4.07   Carmel                $34.78
Victorville               $1.89    Woodland                  $4.07
Moorpark                  $1.91    Porterville               $4.42
Orange                    $1.95    Rancho Cucamonga          $4.44
Placer Co                 $1.96    Signal Hill               $4.45
Monterey Co               $1.99    Livermore                 $4.45
Upland                    $1.99    Pacific Grove             $4.45

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CALIFORNIA PUBLIC LIBRARIES: Print Materials* Per Capita FY 2008 - 2009
Library                             *Books, Govt documents, serial volumes   Statewide Mean: 1.97
Victorville               0.52   Alameda Co               1.75      Siskiyou Co              3.15
Palmdale                  0.72   Richmond                 1.76      Thousand Oaks            3.16
Moreno Valley             0.79   Porterville              1.78      Whittier                 3.17
Hayward                   0.84   Daly City                1.78      Redwood City             3.17
Santa Ana                 0.85   Los Angeles Co           1.79      Plumas Co                3.21
Imperial Co               0.87   Orange Co                1.79      Santa Clara              3.22
Corona                    0.93   Long Beach               1.81      Santa Clara Co           3.31
Murrieta                  0.96   Ventura Co               1.81      Newport Beach            3.33
San Bernardino Co         0.99   Sunnyvale                1.82      Rancho Mirage            3.34
Tulare Co                 1.06   San Jose                 1.83      Orland                   3.34
Palo Verde Valley Dist    1.12   Mendocino Co             1.85      Benicia                  3.46
Beaumont Dist             1.13   Oxnard                   1.86      Mountain View            3.50
Kings Co                  1.13   Monterey Co              1.90      San Francisco            3.51
Moorpark                  1.13   Nevada Co                1.90      San Mateo                3.51
Downey                    1.13   El Dorado Co             1.90      National City            3.55
San Bernardino            1.14   Covina                   1.90      Oakland                  3.60
Lassen Dist               1.15   Watsonville              1.91      Arcadia                  3.62
Sutter Co                 1.22   San Bruno                1.91      Monterey                 3.67
Buena Park Dist           1.23   Brawley                  1.94      Mariposa Co              3.71
Kern Co                   1.25   Tehama Co                1.98      San Leandro              3.77
San Diego Co              1.29   Chula Vista              1.98      San Anselmo              3.77
Hemet                     1.29   Calaveras Co             1.99      Los Gatos                3.79
Shasta Public Libraries   1.33   Azusa                    1.99      Palo Alto                3.82
Sonoma Co                 1.34   Yorba Linda              2.00      San Diego                3.83
Salinas                   1.34   Lodi                     2.00      Santa Fe Springs         3.97
Butte Co                  1.35   Yuba Co                  2.01      Inglewood                3.99
Sacramento                1.39   Lincoln                  2.02      Trinity Co               4.04
Contra Costa Co           1.40   Huntington Beach         2.07      Cerritos                 4.06
Napa Co                   1.41   Santa Cruz City-Co       2.09      Burbank                  4.12
Santa Barbara             1.41   Yolo Co                  2.13      Larkspur                 4.21
Riverside Co              1.42   Upland                   2.13      Santa Monica             4.37
Stanislaus Co             1.42   Paso Robles              2.13      Willows                  4.39
Riverside                 1.44   San Rafael               2.15      Colusa Co                4.60
Merced Co                 1.44   Fullerton                2.17      Berkeley                 4.68
Rancho Cucamonga          1.47   Signal Hill              2.19      Menlo Park               4.76
Stockton-San Joaquin C    1.47   Amador Co                2.27      San Juan Bautista        4.81
Ontario                   1.47   Lake Co                  2.28      South Pasadena           5.01
Lompoc                    1.48   Humboldt Co              2.29      Sierra Madre             5.48
Folsom                    1.48   Dixon Dist               2.29      Belvedere-Tiburon        5.71
Colton                    1.50   Glendora                 2.30      Inyo Co                  5.78
San Benito Co             1.51   San Mateo Co             2.36      Burlingame               6.20
Santa Maria               1.51   Altadena Dist            2.39      Pacific Grove            6.39
Escondido                 1.52   Redlands                 2.41      Pasadena                 6.44
Roseville                 1.52   Imperial                 2.50      San Marino               6.76
San Luis Obispo City-Co   1.55   Palm Springs             2.50      Modoc Co                 6.84
Mission Viejo             1.56   Pomona                   2.51      Coronado                 7.03
Los Angeles               1.58   South San Francisco      2.51      Commerce                 7.51
Woodland                  1.59   Pleasanton               2.60      Sausalito                7.87
Tuolumne Co               1.62   El Centro                2.68      Mono Co                  8.04
Anaheim                   1.63   Santa Paula Dist         2.72      Mill Valley              8.65
Solano Co                 1.63   Fresno Co                2.74      Irwindale                9.27
Orange                    1.64   Carlsbad                 2.78      El Segundo               9.70
Calabasas                 1.66   Monterey Park            2.80      Beverly Hills            10.23
Placentia Dist            1.67   Alameda                  2.81      St Helena                11.12
Banning Dist              1.67   Redondo Beach            2.85      Alpine Co                17.10
Calexico                  1.67   Livermore                2.85      Carmel                   19.15
Oceanside                 1.67   Torrance                 2.99
Tulare                    1.69   Coalinga Dist            2.99
Madera Co                 1.70   Monrovia                 3.00
Placer Co                 1.72   Palos Verdes Dist        3.00
Alhambra                  1.72   Marin Co                 3.05
Del Norte Co Dist         1.74   Glendale                 3.13

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CALIFORNIA PUBLIC LIBRARIES: Total Materials* Available Per Capita FY 2008 - 2009
Library                          *Print materials, ebooks, audio and video items.    Statewide Mean: 2.19
Victorville               0.58       Ventura Co                  1.97       Plumas Co               3.48
Palmdale                  0.78       Los Angeles Co              1.98       Marin Co                3.53
Moreno Valley             0.84       Porterville                 1.99       Palos Verdes Dist       3.56
Santa Ana                 0.92       Mendocino Co                2.01       Orland                  3.61
Imperial Co               0.94       Brawley                     2.03       Thousand Oaks           3.61
Corona                    1.01       Placer Co                   2.03       Santa Clara             3.68
San Bernardino Co         1.07       Alameda Co                  2.03       Newport Beach           3.80
Murrieta                  1.07       Monterey Co                 2.04       Arcadia                 3.83
Tulare Co                 1.08       Oxnard                      2.04       San Francisco           3.89
Hayward                   1.12       Tehama Co                   2.06       Oakland                 3.90
Kings Co                  1.16       Solano Co                   2.06       National City           3.94
Palo Verde Valley Dist    1.17       Covina                      2.08       San Mateo               3.96
San Bernardino            1.22       El Dorado Co                2.08       Redwood City            4.08
Downey                    1.22       Watsonville                 2.11       Inglewood               4.09
Moorpark                  1.24       Calabasas                   2.12       Santa Clara Co          4.11
Beaumont Dist             1.24       Lodi                        2.12       San Leandro             4.12
Sutter Co                 1.26       Azusa                       2.13       San Diego               4.16
Lassen Dist               1.26       Daly City                   2.13       Monterey                4.20
Kern Co                   1.33       Chula Vista                 2.14       Benicia                 4.23
Buena Park Dist           1.38       Huntington Beach            2.18       Mountain View           4.30
Salinas                   1.43       Yuba Co                     2.21       Mariposa Co             4.33
Hemet                     1.43       Nevada Co                   2.22       Rancho Mirage           4.33
Butte Co                  1.43       Sunnyvale                   2.27       Trinity Co              4.33
Shasta Public Libraries   1.44       Calaveras Co                2.27       Cerritos                4.41
Sonoma Co                 1.46       Yorba Linda                 2.28       Santa Fe Springs        4.45
Merced Co                 1.46       Upland                      2.29       Palo Alto               4.54
Sacramento                1.51       San Jose                    2.30       Willows                 4.61
Stanislaus Co             1.51       Fullerton                   2.36       Los Gatos               4.68
Riverside Co              1.54       Lincoln                     2.38       Burbank                 4.72
San Diego Co              1.54       Dixon Dist                  2.40       San Anselmo             4.95
Rancho Cucamonga          1.59       Yolo Co                     2.40       Santa Monica            4.97
Contra Costa Co           1.59       Lake Co                     2.42       Colusa Co               5.11
Riverside                 1.61       Paso Robles                 2.47       Larkspur                5.33
Stockton-San Joaquin C    1.62       Humboldt Co                 2.48       Berkeley                5.53
San Benito Co             1.62       San Bruno                   2.49       South Pasadena          5.58
Santa Barbara             1.62       Signal Hill                 2.49       San Juan Bautista       5.78
Napa Co                   1.64       San Rafael                  2.50       Menlo Park              5.94
Ontario                   1.65       Amador Co                   2.50       Inyo Co                 6.17
Colton                    1.67       Redlands                    2.51       Sierra Madre            6.60
Folsom                    1.68       Altadena Dist               2.54       Pasadena                6.67
Los Angeles               1.68       Pomona                      2.57       Burlingame              6.99
Roseville                 1.70       Imperial                    2.60       Pacific Grove           7.17
Lompoc                    1.71       Santa Cruz City-Co          2.67       San Marino              7.18
Mission Viejo             1.71       El Centro                   2.79       Modoc Co                7.41
Calexico                  1.73       Glendora                    2.80       Belvedere-Tiburon       7.68
Tuolumne Co               1.73       Santa Paula Dist            2.83       Coronado                8.15
Santa Maria               1.77       Palm Springs                2.92       Mono Co                 9.11
Escondido                 1.78       Fresno Co                   2.96       Commerce                9.15
Woodland                  1.78       Monterey Park               2.96       Sausalito               9.76
Orange                    1.79       Alameda                     3.00       Mill Valley             10.06
Anaheim                   1.80       San Mateo Co                3.03       El Segundo              10.66
Madera Co                 1.81       Monrovia                    3.08       Irwindale               10.79
Banning Dist              1.83       Pleasanton                  3.13       Beverly Hills           11.14
Placentia Dist            1.84       Livermore                   3.15       St Helena               15.44
San Luis Obispo City-Co   1.84       Coalinga Dist               3.16       Alpine Co               19.52
Oceanside                 1.85       South San Francisco         3.17       Carmel                  20.46
Del Norte Co Dist         1.85       Carlsbad                    3.21
Alhambra                  1.87       Siskiyou Co                 3.35
Tulare                    1.88       Torrance                    3.39
Orange Co                 1.91       Redondo Beach               3.42
Long Beach                1.93       Whittier                    3.47
Richmond                  1.97       Glendale                    3.48


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CALIFORNIA PUBLIC LIBRARIES: Population Served Per FTE Staff FY 2008 - 2009
Library     Population/FTE Staff                                             Statewide Mean: 3,092
Tehama Co                 10,473   Santa Maria               3,510   Monrovia                2,017
Palo Verde Valley Dist    10,414   San Diego Co              3,496   Richmond                1,967
Tulare Co                 10,341   Long Beach                3,443   Torrance                1,930
Merced Co                 10,258   San Anselmo               3,417   Whittier                1,924
Victorville                9,600   Covina                    3,417   Alameda                 1,891
Moreno Valley              9,554   Los Angeles               3,411   San Mateo               1,886
Kings Co                   9,552   Fullerton                 3,357   Altadena Dist           1,871
Palmdale                   8,769   Orland                    3,352   Glendora                1,863
Butte Co                   8,252   Woodland                  3,347   Calabasas               1,758
Lassen Dist                8,098   Buena Park Dist           3,335   San Leandro             1,755
Mendocino Co               7,612   Ontario                   3,331   Larkspur                1,751
Del Norte Co Dist          7,387   Upland                    3,251   Santa Clara             1,750
Yuba Co                    7,290   San Bruno                 3,245   Santa Cruz City-Co      1,735
Hemet                      7,276   Imperial                  3,243   Modoc Co                1,698
Santa Ana                  6,711   Anaheim                   3,242   Mountain View           1,661
Kern Co                    6,477   Rancho Cucamonga          3,232   Santa Clara Co          1,635
Sutter Co                  6,437   Calexico                  3,211   Burbank                 1,573
Shasta Public Libraries    6,311   Daly City                 3,197   South San Francisco     1,551
Murrieta                   6,104   Monterey Co               3,157   Redwood City            1,551
Tulare                     6,001   Azusa                     3,157   Marin Co                1,519
Stockton-San Joaquin Co    5,963   Lodi                      3,150   Inyo Co                 1,500
Lincoln                    5,935   Los Angeles Co            3,102   Menlo Park              1,403
San Benito Co              5,908   Oceanside                 3,098   Thousand Oaks           1,377
El Dorado Co               5,879   Fresno Co                 3,034   San Francisco           1,311
San Bernardino             5,862   Salinas                   3,034   Watsonville             1,289
Calaveras Co               5,785   Santa Barbara             3,001   Livermore               1,274
Huntington Beach           5,744   Escondido                 2,956   South Pasadena          1,260
Imperial Co                5,717   Orange                    2,949   Newport Beach           1,259
Moorpark                   5,706   Paso Robles               2,936   Palos Verdes Dist       1,240
Chula Vista                5,421   San Luis Obispo City-Co   2,933   Pasadena                1,233
Trinity Co                 5,268   Solano Co                 2,892   Burlingame              1,168
Contra Costa Co            5,232   Placentia Dist            2,860   Palo Alto               1,156
El Centro                  5,207   Dixon Dist                2,851   Benicia                 1,089
Colton                     5,168   Brawley                   2,837   Sausalito               1,081
Riverside Co               5,094   San Rafael                2,832   Monterey                1,071
Lake Co                    5,022   Alameda Co                2,801   Mono Co                 1,000
Beaumont Dist              4,802   Plumas Co                 2,790   Santa Fe Springs          988
San Bernardino Co          4,791   Redlands                  2,756   Sierra Madre              981
Orange Co                  4,600   Coalinga Dist             2,732   Carlsbad                  976
Mariposa Co                4,577   Signal Hill               2,721   Coronado                  970
Pomona                     4,575   San Jose                  2,706   National City             941
Amador Co                  4,533   San Juan Bautista         2,701   Berkeley                  937
Stanislaus Co              4,495   Napa Co                   2,670   San Marino                912
Folsom                     4,439   Inglewood                 2,566   Cerritos                  896
Ventura Co                 4,436   Siskiyou Co               2,554   Santa Monica              862
Sacramento                 4,338   San Mateo Co              2,512   Rancho Mirage             853
Humboldt Co                4,282   Sunnyvale                 2,481   Belvedere-Tiburon         765
Yolo Co                    4,205   Alhambra                  2,463   Mill Valley               703
Riverside                  4,184   Mission Viejo             2,463   St Helena                 573
Porterville                4,164   Redondo Beach             2,442   El Segundo                486
Hayward                    4,134   Colusa Co                 2,417   Beverly Hills             481
Nevada Co                  3,933   Roseville                 2,416   Irwindale                 364
Willows                    3,931   Palm Springs              2,356   Carmel                    353
Madera Co                  3,906   Banning Dist              2,216   Alpine Co                 343
Lompoc                     3,873   Pacific Grove             2,143   Commerce                  326
Downey                     3,859   Pleasanton                2,140
Placer Co                  3,749   Arcadia                   2,094
Corona                     3,743   Monterey Park             2,091
San Diego                  3,609   Glendale                  2,086
Tuolumne Co                3,588   Oakland                   2,086
Oxnard                     3,583   Yorba Linda               2,073
Sonoma Co                  3,518   Los Gatos                 2,020

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CALIFORNIA PUBLIC LIBRARIES: Circulation Per Capita                             FY 2008 - 2009
Library         Circulation Per Capita                                       Statewide Mean: 6.21
Vernon                              Downey                    4.18   Folsom                9.35
Imperial Co               0.61      Los Angeles Co            4.18   San Anselmo           9.46
Palo Verde Valley Dist    0.75      Santa Maria               4.19   Palm Springs          9.55
Merced Co                 0.89      Riverside                 4.31   Yolo Co               10.53
Kings Co                  0.99      Banning Dist              4.36   Santa Cruz City-Co    10.94
Lassen Dist               1.04      Stanislaus Co             4.37   Larkspur              10.97
Pomona                    1.27      Alhambra                  4.57   San Leandro           11.12
San Bernardino            1.36      Orange                    4.61   Pasadena              11.19
Tulare Co                 1.47      Los Angeles               4.63   Alameda Co            11.20
Tehama Co                 1.56      El Dorado Co              4.65   Yorba Linda           11.26
Santa Ana                 1.68      Huntington Beach          4.66   Marin Co              11.35
Richmond                  1.80      Orange Co                 4.69   Torrance              11.39
Inglewood                 1.91      Murrieta                  4.76   San Francisco         11.40
Azusa                     1.92      Siskiyou Co               4.81   South San Francisco   11.69
Victorville               1.94      Anaheim                   4.94   Sausalito             11.77
Del Norte Co Dist         2.00      Chula Vista               4.98   Thousand Oaks         12.13
Kern Co                   2.07      Lompoc                    5.00   El Segundo            12.67
Moreno Valley             2.08      Mendocino Co              5.02   Redondo Beach         12.70
El Centro                 2.18      Inyo Co                   5.05   Livermore             12.72
Calexico                  2.27      Humboldt Co               5.08   Carlsbad              12.76
Imperial                  2.37      Watsonville               5.16   Arcadia               12.88
Yuba Co                   2.37      Escondido                 5.20   Palos Verdes Dist     12.94
Colton                    2.45      Porterville               5.21   Burbank               13.14
Coalinga Dist             2.48      Sacramento                5.42   Benicia               13.28
Amador Co                 2.49      Oakland                   5.46   Irwindale             13.78
San Benito Co             2.54      Whittier                  5.52   Pacific Grove         14.42
San Bernardino Co         2.55      National City             5.59   San Mateo Co          14.71
Monrovia                  2.59      San Diego                 5.65   Mono Co               14.73
Brawley                   2.64      Hemet                     5.88   Los Gatos             15.05
Madera Co                 2.77      Hayward                   5.99   San Jose              15.22
Trinity Co                2.81      Glendale                  6.00   San Marino            15.23
Santa Paula Dist          2.87      Monterey Park             6.09   Cerritos              15.23
Moorpark                  2.88      Daly City                 6.21   Dixon Dist            15.37
Beaumont Dist             2.96      Woodland                  6.24   Coronado              15.54
Salinas                   2.98      Rancho Cucamonga          6.31   South Pasadena        15.68
Shasta Public Libraries   2.99      Buena Park Dist           6.32   Alpine Co             16.89
Stockton-San Joaquin Co   3.08      Santa Fe Springs          6.48   Santa Monica          17.34
Oceanside                 3.08      Oxnard                    6.73   Monterey              17.64
Calaveras Co              3.10      Sonoma Co                 6.90   Sunnyvale             17.88
Riverside Co              3.16      Napa Co                   6.91   Berkeley              18.20
Palmdale                  3.28      Placer Co                 6.96   Newport Beach         18.27
Covina                    3.29      Contra Costa Co           7.04   San Juan Bautista     18.36
Plumas Co                 3.34      Santa Barbara             7.05   Commerce              18.93
Tulare                    3.35      Modoc Co                  7.07   Burlingame            19.06
Lodi                      3.47      Fullerton                 7.08   Beverly Hills         19.85
Long Beach                3.47      Nevada Co                 7.36   Redwood City          20.33
Lake Co                   3.49      San Rafael                7.43   Pleasanton            20.46
Ontario                   3.54      San Diego Co              7.71   Mountain View         20.99
Corona                    3.61      Signal Hill               7.79   Mill Valley           22.18
Redlands                  3.64      Alameda                   7.92   Santa Clara           22.58
Willows                   3.66      Solano Co                 7.92   Menlo Park            23.75
Placentia Dist            3.77      Glendora                  7.97   Palo Alto             25.34
Orland                    3.85      Calabasas                 8.04   Santa Clara Co        26.64
Ventura Co                3.87      Lincoln                   8.21   Carmel                26.67
Sutter Co                 3.87      Roseville                 8.43   Belvedere-Tiburon     27.24
Fresno Co                 3.92      Mariposa Co               8.48   Rancho Mirage         28.79
Tuolumne Co               3.99      San Mateo                 9.04   St Helena             44.89
Monterey Co               4.00      San Bruno                 9.04
Altadena Dist             4.02      Mission Viejo             9.11
Colusa Co                 4.11      San Luis Obispo City-Co   9.13
Butte Co                  4.12      Paso Robles               9.13
Upland                    4.12      Sierra Madre              9.16

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CALIFORNIA PUBLIC LIBRARIES: Program Attendance Per Capita                     FY 2008 - 2009
Library         Attendance Per Capita                                       Statewide Mean: 0.22
Vernon                    0.00     Banning Dist              0.15   Fullerton             0.33
San Juan Bautista         0.00     San Luis Obispo City-Co   0.15   Santa Clara Co        0.33
Santa Maria               0.02     Salinas                   0.15   San Diego Co          0.33
Del Norte Co Dist         0.03     Porterville               0.15   Paso Robles           0.33
Willows                   0.03     San Bruno                 0.15   Arcadia               0.34
Calaveras Co              0.03     Napa Co                   0.15   San Jose              0.34
Brawley                   0.03     Lompoc                    0.15   Berkeley              0.35
Inyo Co                   0.03     Ventura Co                0.15   San Rafael            0.36
Lassen Dist               0.04     Nevada Co                 0.15   Glendale              0.37
Lake Co                   0.04     Ontario                   0.15   Calexico              0.39
Tulare Co                 0.04     Butte Co                  0.16   Lincoln               0.39
Moreno Valley             0.04     Los Angeles Co            0.16   San Francisco         0.40
Inglewood                 0.04     Azusa                     0.16   Carmel                0.40
Merced Co                 0.05     Sonoma Co                 0.16   San Mateo             0.41
Tulare                    0.05     Roseville                 0.16   Burbank               0.42
Tehama Co                 0.05     Daly City                 0.16   Altadena Dist         0.42
Palo Verde Valley Dist    0.05     Redlands                  0.16   Dixon Dist            0.42
Downey                    0.06     Oceanside                 0.16   Los Gatos             0.43
Madera Co                 0.06     Thousand Oaks             0.17   Cerritos              0.44
Kern Co                   0.06     Fresno Co                 0.17   Anaheim               0.46
Imperial Co               0.06     San Diego                 0.18   Monrovia              0.46
Kings Co                  0.07     Coalinga Dist             0.18   Monterey Park         0.49
Pomona                    0.07     Santa Barbara             0.19   Mountain View         0.49
Palmdale                  0.07     Palm Springs              0.19   Glendora              0.50
Murrieta                  0.07     Sunnyvale                 0.19   Newport Beach         0.50
Colton                    0.07     Contra Costa Co           0.19   Pacific Grove         0.52
Santa Ana                 0.08     Alameda Co                0.19   Whittier              0.55
Sacramento                0.08     Monterey Co               0.20   Palo Alto             0.57
Victorville               0.08     Plumas Co                 0.20   Burlingame            0.57
Amador Co                 0.08     San Benito Co             0.20   Yorba Linda           0.59
Stockton-San Joaquin Co   0.09     San Anselmo               0.21   Pasadena              0.59
Los Angeles               0.09     Woodland                  0.21   Carlsbad              0.60
Watsonville               0.09     El Dorado Co              0.21   Huntington Beach      0.61
Covina                    0.09     Richmond                  0.22   Palos Verdes Dist     0.61
Chula Vista               0.09     Torrance                  0.22   Sierra Madre          0.62
Siskiyou Co               0.09     San Bernardino Co         0.22   San Mateo Co          0.64
Mendocino Co              0.09     Orange                    0.22   South San Francisco   0.66
Shasta Public Libraries   0.10     Mission Viejo             0.23   San Leandro           0.66
Signal Hill               0.10     Hayward                   0.23   Benicia               0.72
Trinity Co                0.10     Upland                    0.23   Long Beach            0.76
Escondido                 0.10     Rancho Cucamonga          0.23   San Marino            0.79
Yuba Co                   0.10     Corona                    0.24   Santa Monica          0.81
Imperial                  0.10     Buena Park Dist           0.24   Sutter Co             0.81
El Centro                 0.11     Colusa Co                 0.25   Alpine Co             0.86
Riverside                 0.12     Oakland                   0.25   South Pasadena        0.95
Riverside Co              0.12     Santa Cruz City-Co        0.26   Irwindale             1.03
Oxnard                    0.12     Folsom                    0.27   Mono Co               1.11
Moorpark                  0.12     Santa Paula Dist          0.28   Coronado              1.11
Placer Co                 0.12     El Segundo                0.28   Rancho Mirage         1.17
Alhambra                  0.12     Beaumont Dist             0.28   Mill Valley           1.38
Redondo Beach             0.13     Sausalito                 0.28   Santa Fe Springs      1.40
Hemet                     0.13     Alameda                   0.29   Redwood City          1.67
San Bernardino            0.14     Larkspur                  0.29   Menlo Park            1.72
Orland                    0.14     Livermore                 0.30   Belvedere-Tiburon     1.75
Orange Co                 0.14     Beverly Hills             0.30   Commerce              2.08
Mariposa Co               0.14     Marin Co                  0.30   St Helena             2.31
Lodi                      0.14     Calabasas                 0.30   National City         5.58
Stanislaus Co             0.14     Solano Co                 0.31
Yolo Co                   0.14     Monterey                  0.31
Humboldt Co               0.14     Pleasanton                0.32
Modoc Co                  0.14     Tuolumne Co               0.32
Placentia Dist            0.14     Santa Clara               0.32

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CALIFORNIA PUBLIC LIBRARIES: Visits Per Capita                                   FY 2008 - 2009
Library         Visits Per Capita                                             Statewide Mean: 4.50
Belvedere-Tiburon                   Long Beach                3.25   Redondo Beach         6.45
Inyo Co                             Napa Co                   3.36   Tuolumne Co           6.57
Kern Co                             Butte Co                  3.43   Calabasas             6.75
Kings Co                            Placer Co                 3.48   Monterey Park         6.95
Larkspur                            Moorpark                  3.52   Watsonville           7.17
Lodi                                Chula Vista               3.53   Alameda               7.33
Mendocino Co                        Corona                    3.60   Mission Viejo         7.44
Modoc Co                            Dixon Dist                3.64   Paso Robles           7.49
Monrovia                            Lincoln                   3.64   San Francisco         7.50
Orland                              Downey                    3.64   Pleasanton            7.57
Plumas Co                           Salinas                   3.65   Pacific Grove         7.57
San Anselmo                         Orange                    3.70   Livermore             7.59
Santa Paula Dist                    Buena Park Dist           3.74   Mariposa Co           7.65
Signal Hill                         Porterville               3.77   Altadena Dist         7.69
Stanislaus Co                       San Bernardino Co         3.84   Oakland               7.81
Sutter Co                           Los Angeles Co            3.87   Marin Co              8.01
Ventura Co                          Redlands                  3.95   San Jose              8.07
Vernon                              Oceanside                 3.99   Sierra Madre          8.11
Imperial Co               0.71      Placentia Dist            4.01   San Mateo Co          8.25
Tulare Co                 1.14      Ontario                   4.03   Santa Clara Co        8.41
Tehama Co                 1.28      Huntington Beach          4.04   San Leandro           8.57
Lassen Dist               1.37      Contra Costa Co           4.06   Benicia               8.61
Calaveras Co              1.48      Hayward                   4.07   San Mateo             8.64
Pomona                    1.49      San Luis Obispo City-Co   4.14   Los Gatos             8.78
Colusa Co                 1.54      Lake Co                   4.16   Alameda Co            8.93
Moreno Valley             1.72      Del Norte Co Dist         4.23   Palos Verdes Dist     9.72
Yuba Co                   1.74      Los Angeles               4.27   Santa Fe Springs      9.97
Victorville               1.87      Lompoc                    4.27   Burbank               10.07
Santa Ana                 1.93      Orange Co                 4.37   Arcadia               10.24
Merced Co                 1.99      Yolo Co                   4.40   Alpine Co             10.53
Palo Verde Valley Dist    2.04      Fullerton                 4.44   South Pasadena        10.59
Madera Co                 2.05      Nevada Co                 4.49   Menlo Park            11.07
Brawley                   2.08      Hemet                     4.54   Pasadena              11.19
Sacramento                2.10      Yorba Linda               4.56   Mountain View         11.47
El Dorado Co              2.15      Riverside                 4.61   Redwood City          11.51
Inglewood                 2.18      Woodland                  4.66   Mono Co               11.76
Humboldt Co               2.19      Escondido                 4.67   Santa Clara           12.15
Palmdale                  2.25      Alhambra                  4.74   Burlingame            12.53
Imperial                  2.30      Monterey Co               4.82   Berkeley              13.11
San Benito Co             2.36      San Diego                 4.88   San Bernardino        13.18
Trinity Co                2.37      San Diego Co              4.88   Monterey              13.29
Stockton-San Joaquin Co   2.41      Anaheim                   5.03   Palo Alto             13.58
Tulare                    2.47      San Juan Bautista         5.03   National City         13.68
El Centro                 2.48      Roseville                 5.07   Newport Beach         13.92
Beaumont Dist             2.55      Thousand Oaks             5.10   Santa Monica          15.83
Calexico                  2.59      Torrance                  5.12   Sausalito             16.32
Willows                   2.65      Glendora                  5.30   Coronado              16.40
Colton                    2.83      Whittier                  5.31   Mill Valley           16.69
Upland                    2.84      Glendale                  5.47   Beverly Hills         16.94
Shasta Public Libraries   2.84      Folsom                    5.48   Rancho Mirage         16.97
Richmond                  2.88      Sonoma Co                 5.53   El Segundo            17.15
Amador Co                 2.88      Daly City                 5.54   San Marino            19.26
Riverside Co              2.90      Santa Barbara             5.68   Cerritos              19.41
Santa Maria               2.92      San Rafael                5.74   Irwindale             22.71
Azusa                     3.02      Covina                    5.90   Carmel                24.94
Oxnard                    3.04      Palm Springs              5.96   St Helena             25.49
Coalinga Dist             3.06      San Bruno                 5.99   Commerce              28.05
Siskiyou Co               3.14      South San Francisco       6.00
Murrieta                  3.17      Solano Co                 6.03
Rancho Cucamonga          3.18      Santa Cruz City-Co        6.14
Fresno Co                 3.18      Sunnyvale                 6.29
Banning Dist              3.19      Carlsbad                  6.41

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CALIFORNIA PUBLIC LIBRARIES: PAC* Use Per Capita                             FY 2008 - 2009
Library         Use Per Capita          *Public Access Computer           Statewide Mean: 1.00
Amador Co                        Victorville               0.61   San Diego             1.28
Coronado                         Moorpark                  0.61   Inyo Co               1.29
Pleasanton                       Sacramento                0.62   San Diego Co          1.31
Santa Maria                      Whittier                  0.62   Porterville           1.36
Santa Paula Dist                 Lassen Dist               0.63   Monterey Park         1.40
Vernon                           San Anselmo               0.64   Calabasas             1.47
Santa Ana                 0.09   Calaveras Co              0.64   Palos Verdes Dist     1.52
Oxnard                    0.12   Mission Viejo             0.65   Watsonville           1.52
Humboldt Co               0.21   Redondo Beach             0.66   Sunnyvale             1.53
San Benito Co             0.22   Colusa Co                 0.68   Riverside             1.56
Tulare Co                 0.23   Yolo Co                   0.68   Carlsbad              1.58
Palo Verde Valley Dist    0.26   Glendora                  0.70   Pasadena              1.60
Tehama Co                 0.26   Santa Cruz City-Co        0.70   Santa Barbara         1.63
Buena Park Dist           0.28   Shasta Public Libraries   0.71   Lompoc                1.64
Placer Co                 0.28   Alameda Co                0.71   Mariposa Co           1.66
San Luis Obispo City-Co   0.29   Contra Costa Co           0.76   San Francisco         1.68
Madera Co                 0.31   Dixon Dist                0.76   Mountain View         1.71
Beaumont Dist             0.31   Siskiyou Co               0.76   Marin Co              1.71
Merced Co                 0.31   Los Gatos                 0.76   Colton                1.73
Palmdale                  0.32   Woodland                  0.77   Arcadia               1.83
Brawley                   0.33   Los Angeles Co            0.81   Berkeley              1.86
Tulare                    0.34   San Bruno                 0.85   Mill Valley           1.93
Imperial Co               0.34   San Rafael                0.86   Solano Co             1.93
Yuba Co                   0.35   Folsom                    0.86   South San Francisco   1.95
Monrovia                  0.36   Orland                    0.86   Daly City             1.95
Del Norte Co Dist         0.37   Plumas Co                 0.87   Altadena Dist         1.96
Trinity Co                0.39   Ontario                   0.87   Palm Springs          2.02
Azusa                     0.39   Oakland                   0.88   Rancho Mirage         2.07
Larkspur                  0.39   Long Beach                0.88   Livermore             2.07
Calexico                  0.41   Salinas                   0.89   Newport Beach         2.09
Inglewood                 0.42   Hayward                   0.92   Benicia               2.20
El Centro                 0.42   Chula Vista               0.92   Burlingame            2.26
San Bernardino            0.43   Escondido                 0.93   San Jose              2.32
Upland                    0.44   Paso Robles               0.93   Sausalito             2.36
Lake Co                   0.44   Fullerton                 0.94   Palo Alto             2.44
Tuolumne Co               0.44   Redlands                  0.94   Thousand Oaks         2.51
El Dorado Co              0.45   Imperial                  0.95   Monterey              2.60
Nevada Co                 0.45   Sonoma Co                 0.97   San Mateo Co          2.60
Pomona                    0.47   Lincoln                   0.98   Modoc Co              2.61
Downey                    0.47   Signal Hill               0.98   San Juan Bautista     2.64
Kern Co                   0.47   Orange                    1.00   Irwindale             2.66
Stanislaus Co             0.48   Pacific Grove             1.00   Menlo Park            2.68
Covina                    0.49   Roseville                 1.01   San Mateo             2.73
Butte Co                  0.49   Alhambra                  1.01   Beverly Hills         2.88
Murrieta                  0.50   Oceanside                 1.04   Burbank               3.08
El Segundo                0.50   Hemet                     1.04   Santa Monica          3.32
Ventura Co                0.50   Anaheim                   1.05   Belvedere-Tiburon     3.39
Santa Clara               0.50   Santa Fe Springs          1.06   San Leandro           3.41
Rancho Cucamonga          0.50   Fresno Co                 1.08   National City         3.80
Willows                   0.54   Moreno Valley             1.09   Carmel                4.21
Richmond                  0.54   South Pasadena            1.13   Alpine Co             4.46
Kings Co                  0.55   Napa Co                   1.13   Redwood City          4.75
Huntington Beach          0.56   Santa Clara Co            1.15   Mono Co               5.34
Stockton-San Joaquin Co   0.57   Sierra Madre              1.15   St Helena             5.37
Riverside Co              0.57   Monterey Co               1.15   San Marino            5.91
Torrance                  0.57   Sutter Co                 1.16   Cerritos              6.24
Mendocino Co              0.58   Alameda                   1.16   Commerce              6.77
Placentia Dist            0.58   Yorba Linda               1.22
Orange Co                 0.58   Coalinga Dist             1.23
Corona                    0.58   Banning Dist              1.25
San Bernardino Co         0.60   Los Angeles               1.26
Lodi                      0.61   Glendale                  1.26

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                     Table Descriptions and Column Headings
There are eleven tables:

Profile                      Population, service facilities, staffing
Income                       Local and federal revenue, state allocations
Expenditures: Detail         Format expenditures, salaries and benefits, preservation, etc.
Collections                  Print, microform, audiovisual
Services                     Circulation, ILL, reference
Services to Children         Borrowers, materials, programs
Library Literacy Services    Adult and family literacy services
Salaries                     Starting and ending salaries for a variety of positions
Electronic Services          Public Access Computers, E-Rate usage
Library Comparisons          Per capita and other comparative measures
Mobile Libraries             Bookmobile services, staffing, circulation

       Public libraries are grouped into seven categories by size of population served:

       Group 1, over 400,000 population (21 libraries)
       Group 2, 150,000 to 400,000 population (31 libraries)
       Group 3, 100,000 to 150,000 population (25 libraries)
       Group 4, 70,000 to 100,000 population (19 libraries)
       Group 5, 50,000 to 70,000 population (26 libraries)
       Group 6, 25,000 to 50,000 population (28 libraries)
       Group 7, under 25,000 population (31 libraries)


                                         Column Headings
                                          Table 1, "Profile"

Library. Short name of public library.
               Co                County Library
               Dist              Library District or Unified School District Library District
               (no label)        Municipal Library
       These abbreviations are for viewing convenience only and do not distinguish the many
       variations in public library organization and funding.

       A few libraries are officially known by memorial or other names, but are shown here
       alphabetically by their city or district site.
               Calexico              Camarena Memorial Public Library
               Carmel                Harrison Memorial Library
               Redlands              A. K. Smiley Public Library
               San Marino            Crowell Public Library
               Santa Paula           Blanchard/Santa Paula Public Library District




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                           Column Headings, Table 1, “Profile”, continued

Population. Population served by the library jurisdiction, estimate for January 1, of report year,
       certified by the State Library. Figures are drawn from the Demographic Research Unit of the
       State Department of Finance and are intended to represent as accurately as possible the actual
       number of persons served and taxed for service, with no persons counted twice or credited to
       more than one library. Many county libraries are not credited with the entire county
       population, for their boundaries contain cities or districts independently supplying service.
       District libraries typically serve an unincorporated area larger than their central city. A few
       municipal libraries serve unincorporated county areas under contract with the county.

Population Age 0-14. Estimated population of children ages 0-14 served by the library.

Borrowers. Number of persons registered with the library for circulation and other services. May
      exceed the certified population of the library jurisdiction.

Area Sq. Mi. Area of jurisdiction served by library in square miles.

Total Outlets. Total number of public service outlets including fixed building outlets and mobile
       libraries. Only vehicles themselves, not mobile library stops, are counted within total outlets.

Total Outlet Sq. Ft. Total square feet of all public service outlet buildings.

Staff Count. Total count of persons employed full-time and part-time, paid from library budget, as
       of June 30, reporting year.

Librarian FTE. Number of persons reported working as Librarian, with or without MLS degree,
       expressed in full-time equivalent (FTE).

Total FTE. Total full-time equivalent of all persons paid from library budget, including Library
       Director, Librarians, support staff, student pages and all part-time help.

                                           Table 2, "Income"

Local Op. Income. Total income available for operating expenses, from local sources, including
       property tax, city or county allocation.

State Op. Income. Total income available for operating expenses from state sources: CLSA, PLF.

Federal Op. Income. Total income available for operating expenses from federal sources: LSTA or
       other.
Other Op. Income. All other income exclusive of sources above, includes fines, fundraising, etc.

Total Op. Income. Total income available for operating expenses from all sources, local, state,
       federal, and other.




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                          Column Headings, Table 2, “Income”, continued

Capital Outlay Income. Amount of Capital Outlay funds available from all sources.

PLF Allocation. State funds allocated to the jurisdiction under the Public Library Fund.

CLSA TBR. State funds allocated to the jurisdiction under the California Library Services Act for
     Transaction Based Reimbursements.

                                        Table 3, "Expenditure"

Library Materials. Expenditure for all library materials: books, periodicals, microforms,
       audiovisual, electronic materials, including databases.

Salaries, Benefits. Expenditure for staff salaries and benefits of administration and library service
        personnel.

Other Operating. Library supplies, postage, telecommunications, contract payments, utilities, small
       equipment, transfers and all other operating expenses.

Total Operating. Materials, salaries, operations, contract services, transfers, payments. Excludes
       capital outlay.

Capital Outlay. Expenditure for capital outlay items: equipment over $5,000, sites, buildings,
       remodeling, vehicles, etc.

Grand Total Expenditure. Operating expenditure plus capital outlay. Note that total expenditure
      and total income, Table 2, can vary a great deal from each other within one reporting year,
      particularly when income received in one year is not expended in that same year, as is often
      the case with capital outlay funds.

                                   Table 4, "Expenditures: Detail"

Electronic . Materials. Expenditure for e-books, serials or databases in electronic form.

Print Materials. Expenditure for books, serial back files, current serial subscriptions, government
       documents, and any other print acquisitions.

Other Materials. Expenditure for any other materials not included above.

Preservation. Expenditure on measures to conserve the collection.

Literacy. Expenditure, from all sources, on library programs for adult literacy.

Operating Expenditures Per Capita. Expenditures expressed as per capita.




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                                        Table 5, "Collections"

Volumes Added. Unit count of print materials added during the fiscal year.

Titles Added. Count of individual new titles in print books added during the fiscal year.

Book Vol’s Held. Unit count of all book volumes held at end of fiscal year, June 30. No serials,
      periodicals or other formats.

Documents Units. Unit count of documents, if counted as separate collection. Documents included
     in the Volumes Held total are not counted twice.

Databases. Number of electronic databases licensed.

E-books. Number of E-Books available.

Audio. Unit count of audio recordings held, all formats.

Video. Unit count of video recordings held, all formats.

Periodicals. Number of periodical subscriptions currently received. Includes magazines,
       newspapers, loose-leaf services. Excludes bound serials and continuations treated as books.

                                          Table 6, "Services"

Hours Annual. Total number of public service hours annually, all units, including overlapping
      hours.

Total Circulation. Total annual out-of-building circulation, all materials, all units, including
       renewals.

Circ. Per Cap. Total circulation of all materials divided by the population served.

Reference. Annual total of questions handled by reporting library. Includes activities requiring use
       of library collections and/or training and experience of staff, but not simple directional
       questions.

Ref. Per Cap. Total reference questions divided by the population served.

ILL Lent. Number of items lent by reporting library on interlibrary loan to other libraries.

ILL From. Number of items borrowed by reporting library on interlibrary loan from other libraries.

Library Attendance. Number of persons entering all library outlets for all purposes, per year.




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                                   Table 7, "Services to Children"

Borrowers Age 0-14. Number of children age 0-14 registered with the library for circulation and
      other services, as of June 30 of the report year.

Total Child Materials. Total number of Children's materials held, June 30 of report year, a sum of
       children's books, children's audio and children's video.

Children's Materials/Child. Total number of children's materials held divided by the estimated total
       population of children in the area served by the library.

Materials Expend. Amount of library materials dollars spent on materials for children.

Children's Circulation. Total circulation (including renewals) of cataloged and uncataloged
       materials (in all formats) marked as children's, whether they are borrowed by a child, young
       adult, or adult over the course of the report year.

Children's Circulation/Child. Total circulation of children's materials divided by the estimated total
       population of children in the area served by the library.

Total Child Programs. Annual number of library-sponsored programs for children (ages 0-14).

Total Attendance. Total annual attendance at library-sponsored programs for all children.

                                 Table 8, "Library Literacy Services"

Adults Instructed. Number of adult learners who received one-on-one or small group tutoring in
       English to improve their reading and writing skills.

Volunteer Tutors. Number of volunteers that tutor adults on improving their basic skills and/or
      providing additional student or program support.

Volunteer Hours. Number of hours volunteers spent tutoring adults on improving their basic literacy
      skills.

Children < 5 Years. Number of children up to age 5 in families participating in local literacy
       programs.

Children 5 - 17 Years. Number of children ages 5 - 17 years of age in families participating in local
       literacy programs.

# Books Given Away. Number of books provided free of charge to participants in local literacy
      programs for the purpose of building home libraries to encourage reading in the home.




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                 Column Headings, Table 8, "Library Literacy Services", continued


CLLS Funding. Funds received by libraries from the State Library to provide California Library
      Literacy Services programs.

Local and CLLS Funding. CLLS funding plus funds received from local sources expended to
       support all literacy services in that library.

FTE Literacy Staff. Number of full time equivalent library staff assigned to all library literacy
      programs.

                                          Table 9, "Salaries"

Library Director. Chief Administrator of library.

Assistant Director. Deputy line position with library-wide responsibilities; not administrative
       assistant.

Chief of Division. Professional line position supervising other librarians.

Branch Librarian. Professional line position normally supervising other staff in branch library
      location.

Journey-Level Librarian. Second level professional with library training and normally with previous
       professional library work experience.

Entry-Level Librarian. Beginning professional with library training but normally without previous
       professional library work experience.

LTA. Library Technical Assistant, para-professional with an AA degree in library science or
      equivalent.

Clerk. Beginning non-professional employee without library work experience or special training.
       Not hourly or student paging help.

                                      Table 10, "E-Services"

Internet Computers. Number of public access computers.

Computers per 1000 Population. Number of public access computers available per 1000 population.




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                      Column Headings, Table 10, "E-Services", continued

Annual Users of Public Access Computers. Reports the total number of users of public access
      computers in the library during the last year. One individual using a public access computer
      on more than one occasion during a day would count as multiple uses.

Virtual Visits to the Library’s Web site. Reports the number of visits to the library’s website.

Utilize CA Teleconnect Fund?. Does the library utilize discounts on Telecommunications services
        available through the California Teleconnect Fund administered by the California Public
        Utilities Commission?

Utilize E-Rate Program?. Does the library utilize discounts on Telecommunications services
        available through the E-Rate program administered by the Federal Communications
        Commission?

                                   Table 11 "Library Comparisons"

Local Income/Cap. Reported total of income from all local sources divided by the population
       served. If local income includes capital outlay funds, the per capita figures for this item and
       for operating expenditure per capita, Table 4, can vary considerably from each other.

Child Matr Exp Per Cap. Total of expenditures for children's materials divided by the total
       population served (not just the reported children's population).

Serv. Area Per Outlet. The total size of the library's service area (in square miles) divided by the
       number of outlets (both fixed and bookmobiles) serving that area.

Book Volumes Held/Capita. Total book volumes held divided by population served.

Hours/Open 100 Pop. Total of all hours open, all outlets annually, per each 100 persons of
      population served.

Pop. Served/FTE Staff. Total population served divided by total paid staff in full time equivalents.

Circulation Per Hour. Total annual circulation (excluding in-house use) divided by total of all hours
       open, all outlets, annually.




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Public Libraries-Profile                                                           FY 2008 - 2009
Group 1: Libraries with over 400,000 population
 Library                     Population  Population   Borrowers     Area       Total        Total        Staff   Librarian   Total
                              1/1/2008    Age 0-14                Sq. Miles    Outlets   Outlet Sq. Ft   Count      FTE       FTE
Alameda Co                     540,620      63,987     315,409        571.80       11        185,830       346       57.00    193.00
Contra Costa Co                955,922     203,336     561,273        681.00       25        271,906       234       62.80    182.70
Fresno Co                      912,250     225,326     301,570      5,006.00       38        261,701       423       71.30    300.70
Kern Co                        827,173     198,646     186,977      8,073.00       27        278,975       164       28.50    127.70
Long Beach                     492,682     116,068     247,434         50.22       12        220,265       230       50.90    143.10
Los Angeles                   4,065,585               1,134,619       463.70       72      1,378,139               445.00    1,192.00
Los Angeles Co                3,672,882    841,090    3,142,419     3,097.19       89      1,024,101      1720     259.00    1,184.00
Oakland                        446,320      86,807     422,389         53.00       18        185,290       390       77.41    214.00
Orange Co                     1,559,449    358,056     431,906        556.20       30        371,667       779     111.00     339.00
Riverside Co                  1,094,681    245,155     784,722      7,017.00       35        320,840       334       53.88    214.88
Sacramento                    1,362,169    316,023     561,070        974.90       30        397,860       338       94.00    314.00
San Bernardino Co             1,197,737                524,060     20,000.00       31        344,856       479       42.00    250.00
San Diego                     1,353,993    263,430     624,251        342.50       36        551,578       612     105.98     375.21
San Diego Co                  1,077,592    203,397     682,904      3,727.00       35        306,718       346       84.00    308.25
San Francisco                  845,559      94,010     353,995         47.66       33        580,229       906     195.75     645.03
San Jose                      1,006,892    213,602     755,134        179.90       22        838,760       688     104.68     372.11
Santa Clara Co                 424,918      90,235     290,985      1,046.00       10        259,050       427       75.40    259.90
Sonoma Co                      486,630      97,811     251,999      1,608.00       14        192,402       168       54.75    138.32
Stanislaus Co                  526,383     126,533     322,360      1,521.00       13        148,547       199       25.00    117.10
Stockton-San Joaquin Co        626,167      76,394     331,356      1,409.00       15        177,036       190       34.00    105.00
Ventura Co                     443,638      89,712     325,025      1,809.00       15        195,197       213       21.60    100.00




   Group 1          PROFILE                                             23
Public Libraries-Profile                                                            FY 2008 - 2009
Group 2: Libraries with 150,000 - 400,000 population
 Library                     Population   Population   Borrowers     Area       Total        Total        Staff   Librarian   Total
                              1/1/2008     Age 0-14                Sq. Miles    Outlets   Outlet Sq. Ft   Count      FTE       FTE
Anaheim                        348,467       88,511     138,826         49.00        9        146,302       212       32.95   107.49
Butte Co                       220,748       37,232      94,574      1,675.00        7         60,181        28        5.00    26.75
Chula Vista                    233,108       54,993     160,589         50.00        3        109,000        43       14.00    43.00
El Dorado Co                   180,185       35,629      87,812      1,725.90        7         67,387        67        9.50    30.65
Glendale                       207,303       34,155     200,306         30.59        9        155,862       161       34.05    99.37
Hayward                        150,878       32,055      85,570         55.80        2         33,567        55       12.00    36.50
Huntington Beach               202,480       49,962     118,229         26.00        5        127,400       139       11.50    35.25
Kings Co                       154,743       38,588      31,921      1,396.00        7         55,400        22        4.25    16.20
Madera Co                      152,331       36,315      35,367      2,145.00        5         43,300        40        4.00    39.00
Merced Co                      256,450       63,770      36,417      1,982.00       16         77,634        50        4.00    25.00
Monterey Co                    230,478       50,474     118,285      3,125.00       20         81,460        73       18.00    73.00
Moreno Valley                  186,301       44,725      85,389         50.00        1         16,000        27        6.00    19.50
Oceanside                      179,681       44,219      85,084         44.00        6         48,498        83       18.00    58.00
Ontario                        173,188       53,000     189,250         49.83        2         72,000        72       13.00    52.00
Oxnard                         197,067       45,653     123,083         24.84        3         95,612        90       17.50    55.00
Palmdale                       151,346       48,884      38,576        103.17        3         23,320        23        3.00    17.26
Pasadena                       150,185       27,267     221,306         23.00       10        179,336       145       35.00   121.82
Placer Co                      187,174       35,053     146,822      1,403.60       12         52,603        92        8.87    49.92
Pomona                         163,408       56,442      44,838         22.86        1         57,000        46        8.05    35.72
Rancho Cucamonga               177,736       42,123     182,084         37.80        3         45,500        85       12.00    55.00
Riverside                      300,430                  248,509         77.77        7        121,779        85       16.00    71.80
Salinas                        152,597       49,083      68,832         18.80        4         42,753        58       20.00    50.30
San Bernardino                 204,483       57,573     130,580         57.80        4         80,500        46        7.00    34.88
San Luis Obispo City-Co        240,480       12,505     119,632      3,305.00       16         65,465        97       22.50    82.00
San Mateo Co                   283,232       62,939     168,296        351.00       13        136,464       130       41.70   112.76
Santa Ana                      355,662       90,160     125,528         27.20        2         48,777        80       15.50    53.00
Santa Barbara                  227,349       32,232     158,059      1,164.00        9         77,824       120        9.00    75.75
Santa Cruz City-Co             209,332       27,213     126,417        436.21       11         92,013       133       31.75   120.63
Shasta Public Libraries        183,023       32,039      88,767      3,850.00        3         63,969        50        5.25    29.00
Solano Co                      372,949       72,977     167,678        630.60        8        199,774       260       45.00   128.97
Tulare Co                      330,919       75,822      60,121      4,824.30       17         78,935        37        6.00    32.00




   Group 2           PROFILE                                             24
Public Libraries-Profile                                                            FY 2008 - 2009
Group 3: Libraries with 100,000 - 150,000 population
 Library                     Population   Population   Borrowers     Area       Total        Total        Staff   Librarian   Total
                              1/1/2008     Age 0-14                Sq. Miles    Outlets   Outlet Sq. Ft   Count      FTE       FTE
Berkeley                       107,178       11,036      95,275         10.50        5        126,460       167       35.90   114.35
Burbank                        108,082       20,211     163,849         17.10        3         79,190        98       25.73    68.70
Carlsbad                       104,652                  112,395         40.00        3         99,993       207       29.20   107.25
Corona                         148,597       37,149      92,559         38.00        1         62,300        54       12.80    39.70
Daly City                      107,099       18,860      55,622          7.50        4         38,300        59        9.60    33.50
Downey                         113,469       26,116      89,589         12.75        1         27,400        53        7.00    29.40
Escondido                      144,831       34,635     112,540         36.53        4         57,700        61       13.50    49.00
Fullerton                      137,624       29,038      77,962         22.30        3         66,500       102       14.90    41.00
Humboldt Co                    132,755       21,145      71,621      3,573.00       12         84,510        71        9.00    31.00
Inglewood                      118,868       32,639      77,259          8.85        3         87,160        74       13.61    46.32
Marin Co                       142,719       25,628      77,465        520.00       12         58,028       106       32.70    93.93
Mission Viejo                  100,242       21,922     128,165         17.50        1         41,500        73       13.28    40.70
Murrieta                       100,714       24,885      56,324         28.00        1         25,000        21        6.00    16.50
Napa Co                        131,611       30,022      47,715        787.00        4         43,710        87       12.50    49.30
Orange                         141,634       29,832      85,698         23.54        3         62,261        64       15.50    48.02
Richmond                       104,513       21,089      83,049         55.00        4         34,975        68       23.00    53.13
Roseville                      112,343       22,074      71,425         30.92        3         54,300        90       11.50    46.50
San Mateo                      100,355       16,800      67,766         14.75        3        105,603       113       16.39    53.21
Santa Clara                    117,242       20,049     120,010         19.23        2         87,770       136       15.40    67.01
Santa Maria                    137,587       38,749      78,298      1,260.00        4         65,848        59        7.00    39.20
Sunnyvale                      138,826       24,643      92,823         25.00        1         60,800       104       20.39    55.96
Thousand Oaks                  128,564       27,295     135,883         56.00        2        105,000       152       25.65    93.37
Torrance                       149,111       26,184     154,357         21.00        6         95,704       112       20.00    77.25
Victorville                    109,441                   34,623         74.16        1          9,000        15        1.00    11.40
Yolo Co                        144,310       27,564      91,099      1,023.50        7         52,769        38       12.55    34.32




   Group 3       PROFILE                                                 25
Public Libraries-Profile                                                            FY 2008 - 2009
Group 4: Libraries with 70,000 - 100,000 population
 Library                     Population   Population   Borrowers     Area       Total        Total        Staff   Librarian   Total
                              1/1/2008     Age 0-14                Sq. Miles    Outlets   Outlet Sq. Ft   Count      FTE       FTE
Alameda                         74,683       15,635      59,445         12.40        3         54,200        62       12.00    39.50
Alhambra                        89,171       16,675      73,418          7.62        1         45,000        49       10.50    36.20
Buena Park Dist                 83,385       19,196      30,439         12.40        1         45,750        39        7.00    25.00
Folsom                          71,018       15,407      38,154         22.00        2         37,000        23        4.50    16.00
Hemet                           74,361       13,580      97,646         25.97        1         34,602        14        2.00    10.22
Livermore                       84,409       19,076      65,300         20.28        3         59,600       150       14.00    66.25
Mendocino Co                    90,206       17,838      45,024      3,510.00        6         34,810        17        6.00    11.85
Mountain View                   74,762       10,980      91,016         11.78        2         60,000        91       18.00    45.00
Nevada Co                       98,718       16,477      67,879        978.00        6         35,733        37        6.60    25.10
Newport Beach                   86,252       15,224      86,990         50.50        4         79,100        87       22.00    68.50
Pleasanton                      70,097       14,284      77,070         22.40        1         30,000        49       10.50    32.75
Redlands                        71,646       17,658      53,860         37.00        1         64,636        32        5.00    26.00
Redwood City                    77,819       19,427      67,044         34.00        4         79,200        86       14.00    50.16
San Leandro                     82,472       16,003     117,700         14.87        4         87,315        93       18.00    47.00
Santa Monica                    92,494       11,571     103,894          8.30        4        127,686       196       38.27   107.30
Sutter Co                       96,554       18,936      38,336        681.00        5         27,919        21        1.00    15.00
Upland                          75,035       17,040      58,280         15.20        1         25,210        44        4.80    23.08
Whittier                        86,788       45,060     193,159         12.51        2         46,611        99       13.00    45.10
Yuba Co                         72,900       14,271      33,008        643.00        2         25,000         9        2.00    10.00




   Group 4        PROFILE                                                26
Public Libraries-Profile                                                            FY 2008 - 2009
Group 5: Libraries with 50,000 - 70,000 population
 Library                     Population   Population   Borrowers     Area       Total        Total        Staff   Librarian   Total
                              1/1/2008     Age 0-14                Sq. Miles    Outlets   Outlet Sq. Ft   Count      FTE       FTE
Altadena Dist                   55,204       13,421      41,695          8.60        2         27,750        49        6.50    29.50
Arcadia                         56,547        9,657      59,353         12.00        1         48,000        43       11.50    27.00
Beaumont Dist                   60,023       13,993      24,373         60.00        1         11,700        25        6.50    12.50
Cerritos                        54,855        7,930      29,716          8.90        1         88,000       101        7.00    61.20
Colton                          51,684       14,521      63,881         18.37        2         13,675        17        4.00    10.00
Glendora                        52,474       11,265      44,705         19.00        1         30,000        35        8.00    28.17
Imperial Co                     55,740       13,878       5,187      4,275.00        7         10,743         8        1.00     9.75
Lake Co                         64,025       11,381      26,443      1,296.00        4         25,111        19        2.50    12.75
Lodi                            63,313       15,005      53,530         12.00        1         30,750        34        5.10    20.10
Lompoc                          66,376       17,257      36,723        444.00        3         25,238        43        3.30    17.14
Monterey Park                   64,874       11,398      61,203          7.72        1         52,880        64        6.45    31.03
National City                   56,522       13,707      24,711          8.65        2         49,508       156        5.45    60.08
Palo Alto                       64,484       10,434      54,878         25.98        5         54,118        93       22.11    55.77
Palos Verdes Dist               69,692       11,285      52,267         28.00        4        114,500        85       16.24    56.20
Placentia Dist                  55,423        9,355      23,083          7.10        1         22,800        27        7.50    19.38
Porterville                     52,056       13,750      21,691         11.80        2         20,024        13        1.00    12.50
Redondo Beach                   67,646       10,782      55,196          6.55        2         53,050        60       10.00    27.70
San Benito Co                   56,125       12,938      25,259      1,396.00        2         11,230        13        2.50     9.50
San Rafael                      58,363       10,937      25,929         21.50        2         16,985        24        7.75    20.61
South San Francisco             65,020       13,152      35,826         10.00        3         43,006        88       11.75    41.91
Tehama Co                       62,836       14,076      19,412      2,951.00        3         24,140         8        4.00     6.00
Tulare                          58,506       20,242      20,631         16.30        1         13,000        11        3.00     9.75
Tuolumne Co                     56,335        8,236      28,723      2,217.00        7         27,094        30        2.75    15.70
Watsonville                     59,305       16,366      45,251          6.19        2         46,000        46       12.00    46.00
Woodland                        56,399       14,099      27,640          7.50        1         23,000        31        5.00    16.85
Yorba Linda                     68,399       16,347      44,175         20.00        1         28,350        56        9.75    33.00




   Group 5          PROFILE                                              27
Public Libraries-Profile                                                            FY 2008 - 2009
Group 6: Libraries with 25,000 - 50,000 population
 Library                     Population   Population   Borrowers     Area       Total        Total        Staff   Librarian   Total
                              1/1/2008     Age 0-14                Sq. Miles    Outlets   Outlet Sq. Ft   Count      FTE       FTE
Amador Co                       38,080        5,136      22,392        594.00        6         12,550        13        1.00     8.40
Azusa                           48,932       14,695      61,140          9.13        2         18,500        24        4.00    15.50
Banning Dist                    31,017        5,542      14,828        306.00        2         10,883        14        3.00    14.00
Benicia                         27,977        5,900      19,712         12.60        1         31,700        61        7.40    25.68
Beverly Hills                   36,090        5,262      37,520          5.69        2         72,700       141       24.00    75.00
Brawley                         26,948        4,665      10,977          5.00        2          8,000        12        2.00     9.50
Burlingame                      36,657        6,928      27,731          6.00        2         50,000        53       11.33    31.38
Calaveras Co                    45,987                   21,494      1,027.00        8         31,050        12        1.00     7.95
Calexico                        39,337        8,132      20,381          7.30        3         20,300        14        3.00    12.25
Coalinga Dist                   30,048        4,374       7,001      1,100.00        2         14,546        12        2.00    11.00
Covina                          49,541       11,070      31,373          6.80        1         20,144        28        6.01    14.50
Del Norte Co Dist               29,547        8,077       8,925      1,003.00        1          6,250         7        1.00     4.00
Dixon Dist                      25,803        4,356       6,463        196.00        1          8,000        15        4.00     9.05
El Centro                       44,259       11,950       8,784          8.00        2         14,629        11        1.00     8.50
Lassen Dist                     35,550        3,700       4,000      4,557.00        1         12,000        10        1.29     4.39
Lincoln                         40,060        8,774      23,525          6.30        2         42,300        11        3.25     6.75
Los Gatos                       30,497        6,025      20,458         14.00        1         13,970        37        6.50    15.10
Menlo Park                      31,865        6,737      24,592         19.00        2         37,846        60        8.35    22.71
Monrovia                        39,531        8,727      32,858         13.75        2         28,000        27       10.00    19.60
Monterey                        29,244        4,101      29,350          8.36        2         23,778        49       11.00    27.30
Moorpark                        37,086        9,599      10,341         12.44        1          7,800        11        2.00     6.50
Palm Springs                    47,601        6,719      24,375        105.50        1         34,100        27       11.00    20.20
Palo Verde Valley Dist          41,655        5,504      14,186      1,003.00        1          5,804         7        1.00     4.00
Paso Robles                     29,949        8,206      27,020         16.80        2         20,487        22        3.40    10.20
San Bruno                       43,811        7,581      24,354          5.87        1         15,600        16        5.00    13.50
Santa Paula Dist                29,725                   17,148        108.00        1         22,554
Siskiyou Co                     45,973        7,468      28,059      6,267.00       12         30,252        24        4.00    18.00
South Pasadena                  25,832        4,675      34,577          3.44        1         24,500        37        8.40    20.50




   Group 6          PROFILE                                              28
Public Libraries-Profile                                                           FY 2008 - 2009
Group 7: Libraries with under 25,000 population
 Library                    Population   Population   Borrowers     Area       Total        Total        Staff   Librarian   Total
                              1/1/2008    Age 0-14                Sq. Miles    Outlets   Outlet Sq. Ft   Count      FTE       FTE
Alpine Co                        1,201         210       1,923        723.00        3          3,450         3        1.00     3.50
Belvedere-Tiburon               11,099                   8,664          3.80        1         10,500        30        8.00    14.50
Calabasas                       23,735        5,646     27,115         13.00        1         27,000        21        4.50    13.50
Carmel                           4,037         214      11,258          1.00        2         15,282        23        4.85    11.43
Colusa Co                       21,997       5,511       4,153      1,151.00        7         17,427        20        3.00     9.10
Commerce                        13,550       3,551      23,476          6.50        4         26,902        65        7.80    41.56
Coronado                        23,028                  48,092          5.08        1         40,000        39        9.00    23.75
El Segundo                      16,999        3,293     13,369          5.47        5         40,173        35        5.00    35.00
Imperial                        12,970        5,620      6,813          7.00        1          4,196         6        0.00     4.00
Inyo Co                         18,049        3,510     10,300     10,091.00        6         14,840        14        5.70    12.03
Irwindale                        1,727         289       2,106          9.50        1          2,831         7        1.00     4.75
Larkspur                        12,255        1,966      6,547          3.00        1          4,500        19        3.00     7.00
Mariposa Co                     18,306        3,204      8,600      1,456.00        5         13,774        21        1.00     4.00
Mill Valley                     14,006        2,446     10,497          4.70        1         27,000        42        8.76    19.92
Modoc Co                         9,698        1,809      4,712      4,092.00        5          6,845        15        1.00     5.71
Mono Co                         13,504        2,647      9,943      3,028.00        8         25,156        19        3.80    13.50
Orland                          15,086                   3,462        660.00        1          5,160         5        1.00     4.50
Pacific Grove                   15,536       2,186      13,791          2.85        1         12,593        11        1.75     7.25
Plumas Co                       23,990       3,929       7,015      3,528.00        8         18,651        12        2.75     8.60
Rancho Mirage                   22,273        1,747     41,053         24.50        1         45,092        51       10.20    26.10
San Anselmo                     12,644        2,327      7,076          2.65        1          6,600         4        1.72     3.70
San Juan Bautista                1,891         565       1,900         10.00        1          1,500         2        0.35     0.70
San Marino                      13,393        2,666     31,300          3.50        1         29,000        30        5.50    14.69
Santa Fe Springs                17,784        4,300     35,163          8.67        2         16,300        28        3.00    18.00
Sausalito                        7,532         458       4,670          2.10        1          4,455        23        2.92     6.97
Sierra Madre                    11,083       1,744      10,970          3.03        1          8,762        23        5.80    11.30
Signal Hill                     11,430                   6,907          2.20        1          4,238         8        1.00     4.20
St Helena                        5,960        1,228      9,518          4.43        1         16,900        18        4.75    10.40
Trinity Co                      13,959        1,964      6,532      3,222.60        3         12,993         4        1.00     2.65
Vernon                             95                                   5.20        1          1,300
Willows                         14,152        3,396      9,001        656.50        3          8,680         6        0.90     3.60




   Group 7          PROFILE                                             29
Public Libraries-Income                                                              FY 2008 - 2009
Group 1: Libraries with over 400,000 population
 Library                       Local Op.    State Op.   Federal Op.   Other Op.     Total        Capital         PLF        CLSA TBR
                                Income      Income        Income       Income      Op. Income    Outlay        Allocation
 Alameda Co                    22,553,909    311,086        73,301      817,007     23,755,303             0    182,303        57,826
 Contra Costa Co               23,776,307    422,517        28,470     1,953,089    26,180,383      20,000      322,812        15,359
 Fresno Co                     22,028,917    423,316        37,499     2,491,546    24,981,278     570,893      306,919       298,351
 Kern Co                        8,361,196    278,352        40,500      681,391      9,361,439     213,141      278,352       250,706
 Long Beach                    12,512,368    191,700             0     1,591,062    14,295,130     167,737      167,737         1,368
 Los Angeles                  119,872,982   3,718,506      469,641     8,229,409   132,290,538                 1,377,557        4,004
 Los Angeles Co               112,788,963   1,530,825      208,390     6,644,383   121,172,561    2,754,000    1,249,940       98,481
 Oakland                       21,439,166    126,813        41,262      232,915     21,840,156    5,199,446     150,157         1,483
 Orange Co                     38,953,381    921,592        54,196     2,042,864    41,972,033    2,100,148     528,280         3,176
 Riverside Co                  12,344,239    994,369       338,341     6,364,261    20,041,210             0    369,361
 Sacramento                    33,825,000    630,300        15,677     2,006,487    36,477,464     382,226      460,275       245,134
 San Bernardino Co             13,905,033    905,618             0     2,720,099    17,530,750             0    407,221       309,270
 San Diego                     37,323,389    548,506       216,530     2,994,312    41,082,737     600,000      455,182         1,125
 San Diego Co                  39,005,224    548,545         2,836     2,177,397    41,734,002             0    363,570        74,075
 San Francisco                 77,834,526    477,031        12,951     2,558,265    80,882,773    8,871,117     280,738       117,129
 San Jose                      39,059,892    433,712       435,562     1,136,691    41,065,857   54,195,000     336,908        35,951
 Santa Clara Co                30,540,847   1,281,402      275,047     3,407,900    35,505,196    1,058,934     145,367       904,935
 Sonoma Co                     14,736,193    557,420        30,755      974,790     16,299,158             0    164,954       299,077
 Stanislaus Co                  8,697,127    356,070             0      410,902      9,464,099             0    179,062        19,570
 Stockton-San Joaquin Co       12,192,312    389,452        18,000      671,501     13,271,265     250,000      211,883          438
 Ventura Co                     9,680,060    262,809        96,040      835,606     10,874,515             0    150,385         1,430




   Group 1           INCOME                                                30
Public Libraries-Income                                                             FY 2008 - 2009
Group 2: Libraries with 150,000 - 400,000 population
 Library                      Local Op.    State Op.   Federal Op.   Other Op.     Total        Capital         PLF        CLSA TBR
                               Income      Income        Income       Income      Op. Income    Outlay        Allocation
 Anaheim                      10,584,875     166,328      196,418      611,568     11,559,189    652,776       118,088         8,442
 Butte Co                      2,440,423     130,224        7,997      240,989      2,819,633             0      75,045        4,845
 Chula Vista                   6,217,842     108,195            0      249,508      6,575,545             0      78,756       22,631
 El Dorado Co                  2,802,228     215,520       15,607      271,886      3,305,241             0      61,193        1,892
 Glendale                      8,427,331     236,000       13,000      201,387      8,877,718    159,231         70,534       95,255
 Hayward                       3,876,067     102,536      139,473       25,500      4,143,576      40,979        50,802        7,258
 Huntington Beach              4,601,666     118,878       12,500      260,000      4,993,044      32,000        68,775         229
 Kings Co                      1,861,187      52,582            0       34,083      1,947,852    248,672         52,582       34,417
 Madera Co                     1,754,528      73,000            0        7,500      1,835,028             0      51,375       80,139
 Merced Co                     2,842,699     127,909       32,500       41,112      3,044,220             0      86,909       20,799
 Monterey Co                   6,647,245     126,952            0      651,492      7,425,689             0      77,906        2,976
 Moreno Valley                 2,040,119     110,643            0      104,000      2,254,762             0      62,601       43,391
 Oceanside                     5,247,874      81,859        3,681      169,923      5,503,337    911,544         60,881         286
 Ontario                       3,889,107     116,000        6,000      143,822      4,154,929             0      59,139       16,908
 Oxnard                        5,005,014     125,116            0      261,402      5,391,532      67,205        66,362       22,024
 Palmdale                      2,470,950      87,264            0       95,871      2,654,085      90,521        50,357         275
 Pasadena                     12,236,319     170,934       20,300      114,782     12,542,335             0      50,435      149,661
 Placer Co                     4,044,994      84,397            0     1,406,695     5,536,086             0      62,816        3,580
 Pomona                        2,553,714     113,725            0      144,558      2,811,997             0      55,637        1,771
 Rancho Cucamonga              3,637,800     169,350      100,000      742,500      4,649,650             0      59,349       92,637
 Riverside                     8,667,243     101,070       13,178      449,542      9,231,033    141,743       101,070        33,613
 Salinas                       4,502,000     194,990            0      203,499      4,900,489    151,500         51,378        3,915
 San Bernardino                2,846,500     136,024      152,103      202,178      3,336,805             0      69,967       17,766
 San Luis Obispo City-Co       7,704,763     195,701            0      568,611      8,469,075             0      81,513      157,807
 San Mateo Co                 18,181,249     407,745       25,859     6,877,907    25,492,760    816,540         95,760      202,092
 Santa Ana                     4,177,055     120,445        6,317       44,846      4,348,663             0    120,254          169
 Santa Barbara                 4,533,977     137,554            0      789,974      5,461,505             0      77,136      143,104
 Santa Cruz City-Co           11,252,195      97,238        1,166      467,579     11,818,178    467,303         70,679         968
 Shasta Public Libraries       1,896,828      98,948            0      141,825      2,137,601             0      62,049        1,414
 Solano Co                    18,361,464     556,542       28,572      722,795     19,669,373   2,191,176      126,991       324,680
 Tulare Co                     3,205,200     243,470        3,800      458,992      3,911,462    543,771       111,577       107,732



   Group 2          INCOME                                                31
Public Libraries-Income                                                              FY 2008 - 2009
Group 3: Libraries with 100,000 - 150,000 population
 Library                      Local Op.    State Op.   Federal Op.   Other Op.      Total        Capital         PLF        CLSA TBR
                               Income      Income        Income       Income       Op. Income    Outlay        Allocation
 Berkeley                     13,651,761     176,322       18,866      386,530      14,233,479    9,964,575       36,329       80,572
 Burbank                       6,088,280     252,822        3,000      465,568       6,809,670      16,744        36,782      152,351
 Carlsbad                      9,114,422     221,335        5,000      101,386       9,442,143             0      35,346      125,775
 Corona                        2,865,605      40,450       15,248      420,897       3,342,200     233,197        50,197       31,356
 Daly City                     3,909,189     104,223       18,000      141,943       4,173,355      93,537        36,214       70,563
 Downey                        2,714,144      73,416       46,823       59,748       2,894,131             0      38,604       15,086
 Escondido                     3,667,198     106,450       14,000      458,212       4,245,860     141,393        48,822        1,466
 Fullerton                     3,797,490      46,795       28,781      288,200       4,161,266     455,000        46,795        2,330
 Humboldt Co                   2,374,251     429,461       14,950      270,374       3,089,036          50        45,223        3,786
 Inglewood                     3,963,988      45,476            0       19,795       4,029,259             0      40,476           0
 Marin Co                     10,766,295     247,279       53,430      732,402      11,799,406      39,716        48,301      135,200
 Mission Viejo                 2,196,197     140,791       27,500      620,099       2,984,587      13,563        33,562       99,118
 Murrieta                      1,989,293     120,390       36,539              0     2,146,222             0      34,107       70,307
 Napa Co                       6,068,502     330,150            0     1,094,413      7,493,065             0      44,529      159,131
 Orange                        4,698,770           0        5,000       75,918       4,779,688     204,500        47,957        4,544
 Richmond                      6,597,230     118,261            0       49,369       6,764,860     240,165        35,266        5,184
 Roseville                     3,332,871     144,548        6,706      277,228       3,761,353      63,006        37,165       54,687
 San Mateo                     5,052,513     196,626            0      249,853       5,498,992             0      33,890      102,434
 Santa Clara                   7,271,630     327,767       25,553       80,030       7,704,980     186,857        39,327      205,617
 Santa Maria                   2,276,610     216,210            0      143,578       2,636,398     425,493        46,256      153,028
 Sunnyvale                     6,968,571      58,806       41,263      212,381       7,281,021             0      46,830       11,603
 Thousand Oaks                 9,150,961      50,000            0      213,000       9,413,961     299,153        43,803         199
 Torrance                      7,482,483      83,525       27,074       31,178       7,624,260             0      50,720       15,604
 Victorville                   1,054,406      45,000            0       28,000       1,127,406      45,000        36,571       34,940
 Yolo Co                       5,608,045      50,288       64,530      490,261       6,213,124   13,519,848       48,757        1,305




    Group 3      INCOME                                                   32
Public Libraries-Income                                                              FY 2008 - 2009
Group 4: Libraries with 70,000 - 100,000 population
 Library                      Local Op.     State Op.   Federal Op.   Other Op.     Total        Capital         PLF        CLSA TBR
                               Income       Income        Income       Income      Op. Income    Outlay        Allocation
 Alameda                       3,033,243      64,260             0      179,407      3,276,910      92,871        25,817         513
 Alhambra                      2,907,707      70,500             0       75,700      3,053,907    267,940         30,391         595
 Buena Park Dist               1,723,171      70,733             0      562,151      2,356,055      32,430        28,181       22,560
 Folsom                        1,517,137     192,055        10,500             0     1,719,692    443,000         24,716      120,445
 Hemet                         1,894,939      91,397             0       66,745      2,053,081             0           0       48,256
 Livermore                     5,024,420      78,035             0      281,244      5,383,699    100,000         28,466       21,244
 Mendocino Co                  1,331,746     239,903             0       70,138      1,641,787             0      30,699      233,811
 Mountain View                 4,933,917      59,626           175      223,739      5,217,457             0      25,173       36,862
 Nevada Co                     1,906,360      61,481             0      117,616      2,085,457             0      33,771        1,362
 Newport Beach                 6,267,476     336,348         5,000       81,239      6,690,063    173,355         28,789      273,830
 Pleasanton                    4,119,440      66,600         5,500       80,600      4,272,140             0      23,626       17,363
 Redlands                      1,981,278      24,449             0      397,903      2,403,630             0      24,449
 Redwood City                  6,845,482     180,407             0      266,567      7,292,456    925,000         26,309      212,861
 San Leandro                   5,418,134      31,294        30,455       36,000      5,515,883             0      27,869           0
 Santa Monica                 10,020,631     242,981        67,658      410,908     10,742,178             0      31,134      188,161
 Sutter Co                     1,193,497     169,848       209,855       80,726      1,653,926             0      32,645       70,249
 Upland                        1,858,110      72,122             0       96,676      2,026,908    250,000         25,583         345
 Whittier                      3,086,512      72,157        70,821      333,283      3,562,773      86,104        29,603       22,422
 Yuba Co                        810,555       31,293        13,293       19,958       875,099              0      24,491        1,564




    Group 4        INCOME                                                 33
Public Libraries-Income                                                              FY 2008 - 2009
Group 5: Libraries with 50,000 - 70,000 population
 Library                      Local Op.     State Op.   Federal Op.   Other Op.     Total        Capital         PLF        CLSA TBR
                               Income       Income        Income       Income      Op. Income    Outlay        Allocation
 Altadena Dist                 2,436,259      32,738         1,756      153,329      2,624,082      43,790        18,798        1,305
 Arcadia                       2,971,440      43,792         4,717      104,880      3,124,829    479,500         19,234       23,777
 Beaumont Dist                 1,418,690      45,195             0       26,600      1,490,485    258,490         19,892         550
 Cerritos                      5,731,740      26,972             0             0     5,758,712             0      18,682        9,136
 Colton                         979,897       51,255             0       26,137      1,057,289      76,255        17,677          83
 Glendora                      2,086,445      57,691        15,351      205,843      2,365,330      49,242        17,828       22,317
 Imperial Co                    454,149       43,189             0       57,182       554,520              0      18,674           0
 Lake Co                        912,278      320,519             0       60,805      1,293,602             0      21,811      234,169
 Lodi                          1,463,074      32,583        20,298       60,088      1,576,043   1,749,245        21,574        9,971
 Lompoc                        1,086,439      56,460         9,306      158,082      1,310,287    104,171         22,558       66,595
 Monterey Park                 1,757,542      63,300             0       69,150      1,889,992    559,465         21,939        2,173
 National City                 2,354,082      78,489        89,738      155,822      2,678,131             0      20,836       10,728
 Palo Alto                     6,293,600      21,282        12,884      235,075      6,562,841    836,200         21,575          51
 Palos Verdes Dist             5,701,478      72,804        21,717      692,196      6,488,195             0      23,799       49,741
 Placentia Dist                1,937,357     105,910             0      186,705      2,229,972             0      18,796       10,345
 Porterville                   1,259,154      44,441         5,724             0     1,309,319    261,834         17,659       80,043
 Redondo Beach                 3,595,094      72,820         5,650      144,970      3,818,534    608,160         22,979       40,144
 San Benito Co                  623,018       54,486             0       44,819       722,323     156,174         19,036         231
 San Rafael                    2,448,378     169,645             0      377,896      2,995,919             0      19,828       39,654
 South San Francisco           4,242,057     326,535       109,999      461,939      5,140,530             0      21,704      152,203
 Tehama Co                      525,659       21,253             0       26,449       573,361              0      21,253        1,112
 Tulare                         843,530       34,710             0        9,200       887,440              0      18,962       48,532
 Tuolumne Co                   1,048,085      49,436        19,061      101,170      1,217,752      19,500        19,339        3,718
 Watsonville                   2,805,275      75,306         7,500       70,208      2,958,289   2,905,275        20,067       16,945
 Woodland                      1,746,312     178,657             0       29,889      1,954,858    108,006         19,022      132,237
 Yorba Linda                   4,189,438     108,257             0      241,074      4,538,769    113,130         23,259       77,997




    Group 5          INCOME                                               34
Public Libraries-Income                                                               FY 2008 - 2009
Group 6: Libraries with 25,000 - 50,000 population
 Library                      Local Op.     State Op.    Federal Op.   Other Op.     Total        Capital         PLF        CLSA TBR
                               Income       Income         Income       Income      Op. Income    Outlay        Allocation
 Amador Co                     1,027,095      32,406              0       19,400      1,078,901      32,406        12,919        1,127
 Azusa                         1,311,759      16,596              0       37,495      1,365,850             0      16,596         587
 Banning Dist                   724,034          639              0       54,013       778,686       95,373        10,520         687
 Benicia                       2,084,195     156,211              0       78,111      2,318,517      15,000         9,526       96,451
 Beverly Hills                 9,705,755     139,660          1,875      373,168     10,220,458    459,833         12,252      113,118
 Brawley                        584,247       30,000              0             0      614,247       63,145         9,027           0
 Burlingame                    3,743,368             0            0      113,741      3,857,109             0      12,387      110,588
 Calaveras Co                   559,425       34,131              0       28,335       621,891              0      15,706        1,174
 Calexico                       836,341       37,358         22,975       12,136       908,810       50,546        13,188       18,158
 Coalinga Dist                  916,969       10,106              0      140,685      1,067,760   1,067,760        10,106       21,865
 Covina                        1,306,083      41,936         23,055       77,352      1,448,426      72,509        16,872         903
 Del Norte Co Dist              182,668       10,047              0       31,438       224,153         375         10,017         800
 Dixon Dist                     930,309       86,317              0       45,633      1,062,259      87,738         8,787       38,953
 El Centro                      573,550       29,000              0       15,000       617,550              0      14,748        8,964
 Lassen Dist                    115,454       32,188          4,700       31,003       183,345        6,174        12,175           0
 Lincoln                       1,118,100      13,537         13,500             0     1,145,137   1,328,545        13,537         562
 Los Gatos                     2,111,060      11,000              0       54,000      2,176,060             0      10,315         176
 Menlo Park                    1,977,955     133,097              0      194,657      2,305,709      18,413        10,722       83,769
 Monrovia                      1,313,936      72,450              0       20,712      1,407,098   1,752,000        13,390         100
 Monterey                      3,048,717      54,213         32,366      244,611      3,379,907      28,936         9,984       52,841
 Moorpark                       705,082       12,974              0       21,722       739,778              0      12,535
 Palm Springs                  2,641,425      29,063              0             0     2,670,488    133,000         16,088       12,975
 Palo Verde Valley Dist         204,502       64,122              0       20,828       289,452              0      14,426          98
 Paso Robles                   1,590,152      67,497              0       57,745      1,715,394      30,180        10,192       63,119
 San Bruno                     1,923,745      53,905          5,323       89,378      2,072,351             0      14,792       43,061
 Santa Paula Dist               671,279       37,826              0       53,107       762,212                     10,058       21,474
 Siskiyou Co                    961,867       42,152          3,494       38,597      1,046,110      76,604        15,652        1,153
 South Pasadena                1,555,947      28,519         15,000       88,237      1,687,703    167,732          8,782       29,051




    Group 6          INCOME                                                35
Public Libraries-Income                                                              FY 2008 - 2009
Group 7: Libraries with under 25,000 population
 Library                      Local Op.    State Op.    Federal Op.   Other Op.     Total        Capital         PLF        CLSA TBR
                               Income      Income         Income       Income      Op. Income    Outlay        Allocation
 Alpine Co                      288,518           570            0       15,064       304,152              0           0         343
 Belvedere-Tiburon             1,382,937     91,894              0      165,000      1,639,831             0       3,772       76,703
 Calabasas                     1,543,060     12,081              0       47,701      1,602,842    507,817          8,078        4,406
 Carmel                         949,011      23,080              0      233,849      1,205,940             0       1,379       20,576
 Colusa Co                      542,330      62,754          1,980       60,689       667,753        2,494         7,460       15,779
 Commerce                      3,349,030     63,438              0       20,969      3,433,437    167,133          4,609       49,075
 Coronado                      2,268,977     15,926          7,364       64,945      2,357,212             0       7,866       17,478
 El Segundo                    2,150,050      9,000          2,300       15,000      2,176,350      20,000         5,789          63
 Imperial                       158,935      22,000              0        7,853       188,788              0       4,342           0
 Inyo Co                        640,145       7,084              0        5,033       652,262              0       6,180         671
 Irwindale                      459,054            0         3,122        1,000       463,176              0        587         4,926
 Larkspur                       626,702      30,165              0       23,349       680,216              0       4,155       28,636
 Mariposa Co                    460,930       6,252          5,000       12,000       484,182              0       6,267       25,884
 Mill Valley                   1,528,556     91,850              0      173,841      1,794,247    260,913          4,741       76,084
 Modoc Co                       320,000       3,303              0       19,500       342,803              0       3,303        1,524
 Mono Co                        984,279      16,393         25,526       99,142      1,125,340       9,959         4,685       12,300
 Orland                         421,713       5,115              0             0      426,828              0       5,115        5,479
 Pacific Grove                  513,215       3,062              0      100,000       616,277       20,000             0         644
 Plumas Co                      558,769      63,861          2,345       29,996       654,971              0       8,273        3,184
 Rancho Mirage                 2,920,791    143,532              0      323,897      3,388,220             0       7,519      147,920
 San Anselmo                    410,655      28,854          4,925      103,326       547,760              0       4,290       24,585
 San Juan Bautista               27,000            0             0        1,817        28,817              0        638
 San Marino                    1,064,850     31,909              0      112,331      1,209,090   1,304,581         4,581       27,645
 Santa Fe Springs              1,180,600     75,600         20,000       83,700      1,359,900             0       6,057       33,739
 Sausalito                      566,361       2,555              0       65,000       633,916     221,400          2,555       24,871
 Sierra Madre                   700,681       6,544              0       61,983       769,208        2,300         3,785        2,167
 Signal Hill                    348,683      17,172              0        4,310       370,165              0       3,882       12,258
 St Helena                      933,905     139,900          2,500       83,711      1,160,016    306,265          2,017      142,040
 Trinity Co                     295,566       4,744              0       25,294       325,604              0       4,755         481
 Vernon                                                                                                                0
 Willows                        245,691      56,553              0        4,846       307,090              0       4,825        1,339



    Group 7          INCOME                                               36
Public Libraries-Expenditures                                                   FY 2008 - 2009
Group 1: Libraries with over 400,000 population
Library                           Library         Salaries,        Other         Total         Capital       Grand Total
                                Materials         Benefits        Operating     Operating      Outlay        Expenditure
 Alameda Co                     1,565,961         15,375,249        6,814,103    23,755,313     165,562        23,920,875
 Contra Costa Co                3,034,500         19,225,480        4,780,202    27,040,182     448,825        27,489,007
 Fresno Co                      2,505,469         18,537,984        4,930,286    25,973,739    4,619,905       30,593,644
 Kern Co                          811,767          7,199,254        1,350,418     9,361,439     213,141         9,574,580
 Long Beach                     1,610,601          9,145,128        2,744,353    13,500,082    1,351,287       14,851,369
 Los Angeles                   10,115,236         80,916,989       41,258,307   132,290,532
 Los Angeles Co                10,274,431         75,084,517       52,943,573   138,302,521    2,289,417      140,591,938
 Oakland                        1,800,192         17,198,820        2,841,144    21,840,156    5,199,445       27,039,601
 Orange Co                      3,327,081         25,625,308       14,336,777    43,289,166    1,944,746       45,233,912
 Riverside Co                   2,623,726                     0    17,072,406    19,696,132     967,446        20,663,578
 Sacramento                     3,108,681         21,688,901        9,351,685    34,149,267    1,446,746       35,596,013
 San Bernardino Co              1,622,523         11,594,182        4,382,431    17,599,136     221,879        17,821,015
 San Diego                      4,288,384         27,735,275        7,416,661    39,440,320   11,802,998       51,243,318
 San Diego Co                   6,131,926         23,745,299       12,048,641    41,925,866              0     41,925,866
 San Francisco                  9,753,308         56,899,559       15,279,527    81,932,394    9,133,990       91,066,384
 San Jose                       3,639,504         28,457,089        5,992,147    38,088,740   19,381,927       57,470,667
 Santa Clara Co                 4,476,773         20,842,546        8,681,877    34,001,196    1,058,934       35,060,130
 Sonoma Co                      1,713,000         11,898,574        3,772,504    17,384,078     684,394        18,068,472
 Stanislaus Co                    851,048          6,770,963        2,372,591     9,994,602      13,167        10,007,769
 Stockton-San Joaquin Co          975,863          8,363,983        3,465,876    12,805,722    1,403,916       14,209,638
 Ventura Co                     1,249,820          7,038,201        2,819,470    11,107,491              0     11,107,491




   Group 1         EXPENDITURES                                         37
Public Libraries-Expenditures                                                 FY 2008 - 2009
Group 2: Libraries with 150,000 - 400,000 population
Library                           Library         Salaries,      Other         Total       Capital       Grand Total
                                 Materials         Benefits     Operating     Operating    Outlay        Expenditure
 Anaheim                           634,840          7,052,797     2,855,465   10,543,102    792,523        11,335,625
 Butte Co                          206,921          2,073,349      614,666     2,894,936             0      2,894,936
 Chula Vista                       401,217          4,770,190        46,591    5,217,998             0      5,217,998
 El Dorado Co                      292,466          2,461,016      551,759     3,305,241             0      3,305,241
 Glendale                          521,000          6,394,734     1,511,597    8,427,331    494,369         8,921,700
 Hayward                           312,317          2,856,823      974,436     4,143,576     79,509         4,223,085
 Huntington Beach                  629,146          3,502,355      861,543     4,993,044     32,000         5,025,044
 Kings Co                          235,579            955,540      509,220     1,700,339             0      1,700,339
 Madera Co                         185,000          1,284,773      357,755     1,827,528             0      1,827,528
 Merced Co                         148,400          2,033,846      692,771     2,875,017             0      2,875,017
 Monterey Co                       458,874          4,361,737     2,564,218    7,384,829             0      7,384,829
 Moreno Valley                     142,212          1,424,817      760,919     2,327,948             0      2,327,948
 Oceanside                         452,280          3,145,617     1,905,440    5,503,337    911,544         6,414,881
 Ontario                           439,361          2,746,991      794,329     3,980,681             0      3,980,681
 Oxnard                            395,395          3,681,159     1,004,184    5,080,738       3,300        5,084,038
 Palmdale                          232,423          2,139,810      281,852     2,654,085     90,521         2,744,606
 Pasadena                         1,060,299         8,664,124     2,817,912   12,542,335             0     12,542,335
 Placer Co                         367,049          3,551,478     2,084,024    6,002,551             0      6,002,551
 Pomona                            117,241          2,122,332      554,440     2,794,013             0      2,794,013
 Rancho Cucamonga                  789,350          2,994,240      900,000     4,683,590             0      4,683,590
 Riverside                         460,094          5,051,361     3,719,577    9,231,032             0      9,231,032
 Salinas                           288,640          3,790,200      670,136     4,748,976    148,665         4,897,641
 San Bernardino                    142,098          2,319,900      530,800     2,992,798             0      2,992,798
 San Luis Obispo City-Co           878,623          6,067,169     2,101,036    9,046,828    154,755         9,201,583
 San Mateo Co                     2,160,186        11,350,475     3,899,167   17,409,828    889,578        18,299,406
 Santa Ana                         499,728          3,217,850        53,614    3,771,192    316,772         4,087,964
 Santa Barbara                     293,284          4,410,598     1,542,498    6,246,380             0      6,246,380
 Santa Cruz City-Co                832,000          8,798,594     3,326,324   12,956,918    301,656        13,258,574
 Shasta Public Libraries           208,705          1,210,981      699,615     2,119,301             0      2,119,301
 Solano Co                        1,864,640        12,280,462     5,410,401   19,555,503   2,191,176       21,746,679
 Tulare Co                         669,234          1,570,829     1,243,997    3,484,060    400,000         3,884,060




   Group 2          EXPENDITURES                                      38
Public Libraries-Expenditures                                                 FY 2008 - 2009
Group 3: Libraries with 100,000 - 150,000 population
Library                           Library         Salaries,      Other         Total       Capital       Grand Total
                                 Materials         Benefits     Operating     Operating    Outlay        Expenditure
 Berkeley                          934,308         11,397,256     1,913,888   14,245,452     49,531        14,294,983
 Burbank                           544,274          4,679,002      854,225     6,077,501             0      6,077,501
 Carlsbad                         1,014,300         6,191,705     2,383,556    9,589,561    104,730         9,694,291
 Corona                            193,494          2,459,627        85,000    2,738,121     75,000         2,813,121
 Daly City                         375,767          2,611,649      681,729     3,669,145     55,486         3,724,631
 Downey                            291,323          1,765,180      705,046     2,761,549             0      2,761,549
 Escondido                         259,112          3,022,035      202,570     3,483,717             0      3,483,717
 Fullerton                         395,145          2,582,312      925,706     3,903,163     90,839         3,994,002
 Humboldt Co                       204,643          2,090,883      913,436     3,208,962             0      3,208,962
 Inglewood                         411,117          2,872,309      745,833     4,029,259             0      4,029,259
 Marin Co                         1,095,617         7,661,479     3,748,724   12,505,820     39,716        12,545,536
 Mission Viejo                     373,300          2,611,929      554,520     3,539,749     50,818         3,590,567
 Murrieta                          256,503          1,372,975      593,301     2,222,779     54,530         2,277,309
 Napa Co                           630,600          3,255,074     2,329,640    6,215,314             0      6,215,314
 Orange                            275,759          3,067,937     1,030,008    4,373,704    192,863         4,566,567
 Richmond                          493,701          4,381,372     1,808,846    6,683,919    132,302         6,816,221
 Roseville                         162,650          2,840,620      421,599     3,424,869    146,508         3,571,377
 San Mateo                         320,511          4,001,751     1,176,730    5,498,992             0      5,498,992
 Santa Clara                       765,062          5,496,324      901,088     7,162,474    186,857         7,349,331
 Santa Maria                       321,330          2,114,405      545,030     2,980,765    154,305         3,135,070
 Sunnyvale                         712,932          4,720,211     1,535,428    6,968,571             0      6,968,571
 Thousand Oaks                     815,731          6,083,466     1,496,032    8,395,229    104,227         8,499,456
 Torrance                          892,534          5,445,358     1,144,590    7,482,482   1,200,000        8,682,482
 Victorville                       207,332            483,686      129,261       820,279             0        820,279
 Yolo Co                           499,153          2,892,891     1,835,047    5,227,091   7,425,587       12,652,678




   Group 3       EXPENDITURES                                         39
Public Libraries-Expenditures                                                 FY 2008 - 2009
Group 4: Libraries with 70,000 - 100,000 population
Library                           Library         Salaries,      Other         Total       Capital       Grand Total
                                 Materials        Benefits      Operating     Operating    Outlay        Expenditure
 Alameda                           366,104          2,208,308      346,377     2,920,789     92,871         3,013,660
 Alhambra                          227,440          2,197,935      410,228     2,835,603     35,000         2,870,603
 Buena Park Dist                   181,970          1,662,852      484,410     2,329,232     32,430         2,361,662
 Folsom                             65,502          1,262,080      250,613     1,578,195    207,003         1,785,198
 Hemet                             138,810          1,067,372      611,907     1,818,089             0      1,818,089
 Livermore                         375,517          3,753,388      601,999     4,730,904     25,000         4,755,904
 Mendocino Co                       42,098          1,073,236      231,203     1,346,537             0      1,346,537
 Mountain View                     544,110          3,963,772      325,305     4,833,187             0      4,833,187
 Nevada Co                         106,358          1,735,605      750,886     2,592,849             0      2,592,849
 Newport Beach                     902,393          4,930,580      857,090     6,690,063    173,355         6,863,418
 Pleasanton                        389,724          3,272,951      385,000     4,047,675             0      4,047,675
 Redlands                          258,883          1,677,275      205,742     2,141,900             0      2,141,900
 Redwood City                      792,198          4,978,057     1,599,436    7,369,691    925,000         8,294,691
 San Leandro                       474,635          3,417,552     1,680,265    5,572,452             0      5,572,452
 Santa Monica                     1,136,000         8,058,222     1,547,956   10,742,178             0     10,742,178
 Sutter Co                         147,186          1,125,119      381,621     1,653,926             0      1,653,926
 Upland                            149,645          1,433,018      323,952     1,906,615    244,088         2,150,703
 Whittier                          313,083          2,182,990      604,264     3,100,337     86,104         3,186,441
 Yuba Co                            66,500            564,592      244,007       875,099




   Group 4         EXPENDITURES                                       40
Public Libraries-Expenditures                                                 FY 2008 - 2009
Group 5: Libraries with 50,000 - 70,000 population
Library                           Library         Salaries,      Other         Total       Capital       Grand Total
                                 Materials         Benefits     Operating     Operating    Outlay        Expenditure
 Altadena Dist                     177,350          2,000,327      354,159     2,531,836     35,071         2,566,907
 Arcadia                           313,382          2,148,239      500,688     2,962,309    479,500         3,441,809
 Beaumont Dist                      98,550            768,450      234,545     1,101,545    509,314         1,610,859
 Cerritos                          380,103          4,257,973      363,101     5,001,177             0      5,001,177
 Colton                             44,110            754,611        73,866      872,587             0        872,587
 Glendora                          287,568          1,412,046      451,032     2,150,646     49,242         2,199,888
 Imperial Co                        21,169            412,331      121,020       554,520             0        554,520
 Lake Co                           168,579            717,042      407,981     1,293,602             0      1,293,602
 Lodi                              170,870          1,202,772      124,297     1,497,939   1,420,744        2,918,683
 Lompoc                            160,837            873,970      243,879     1,278,686    132,095         1,410,781
 Monterey Park                     114,432          1,496,205      278,355     1,888,992    490,000         2,378,992
 National City                     133,942          2,121,473      614,056     2,869,471             0      2,869,471
 Palo Alto                         757,972          5,017,323      616,448     6,391,743   1,136,219        7,527,962
 Palos Verdes Dist                 627,038          4,326,859     1,296,428    6,250,325     16,862         6,267,187
 Placentia Dist                    182,855          1,343,965      603,649     2,130,469    161,560         2,292,029
 Porterville                       230,203            741,435      169,717     1,141,355    256,232         1,397,587
 Redondo Beach                     346,040          1,934,490     1,538,004    3,818,534    535,340         4,353,874
 San Benito Co                      42,409            629,111        49,193      720,713    155,733           876,446
 San Rafael                        186,503          1,978,754      345,226     2,510,483             0      2,510,483
 South San Francisco               360,065          3,635,391      888,034     4,883,490             0      4,883,490
 Tehama Co                          42,036            441,304        94,633      577,973             0        577,973
 Tulare                            130,720            615,020      105,880       851,620             0        851,620
 Tuolumne Co                       100,625            943,260      154,367     1,198,252     19,500         1,217,752
 Watsonville                       185,477          1,985,401      163,244     2,334,122   3,054,411        5,388,533
 Woodland                          229,581          1,052,191      440,952     1,722,724    108,006         1,830,730
 Yorba Linda                       487,675          1,972,714      867,175     3,327,564     20,075         3,347,639




   Group 5           EXPENDITURES                                     41
Public Libraries-Expenditures                                                 FY 2008 - 2009
Group 6: Libraries with 25,000 - 50,000 population
Library                           Library         Salaries,      Other         Total        Capital       Grand Total
                                 Materials         Benefits     Operating     Operating     Outlay        Expenditure
 Amador Co                          54,582            668,585      161,309       884,476              0        884,476
 Azusa                             109,008          1,095,483      107,268     1,311,759              0      1,311,759
 Banning Dist                      101,939            454,222      193,586       749,747     128,735           878,482
 Benicia                           187,948          1,840,055      290,514     2,318,517              0      2,318,517
 Beverly Hills                     868,411          4,523,170     4,152,910    9,544,491     281,353         9,825,844
 Brawley                            85,499            413,671        85,077      584,247      63,145           647,392
 Burlingame                        312,382          2,795,104      719,159     3,826,645              0      3,826,645
 Calaveras Co                       14,495            480,003      125,267       619,765              0        619,765
 Calexico                           66,578            645,898      145,844       858,320              0        858,320
 Coalinga Dist                      96,863            523,156      325,386       945,405        2,025          947,430
 Covina                            133,927            909,190      253,419     1,296,536      72,509         1,369,045
 Del Norte Co Dist                   6,925             85,009        81,190      173,124        5,000          178,124
 Dixon Dist                        100,165            736,306      764,384     1,600,855    1,600,000        3,200,855
 El Centro                          21,443            373,800      179,250       574,493        3,500          577,993
 Lassen Dist                         1,516             92,931        75,854      170,301        6,174          176,475
 Lincoln                           154,500            702,683      235,906     1,093,089     104,088         1,197,177
 Los Gatos                         175,010          1,415,300        96,140    1,686,450              0      1,686,450
 Menlo Park                        200,313          1,857,867      247,529     2,305,709      18,413         2,324,122
 Monrovia                           82,188            943,270      285,855     1,311,313   16,632,914       17,944,227
 Monterey                          186,860          2,462,887      586,630     3,236,377      28,945         3,265,322
 Moorpark                           70,667            427,770      118,158       616,595              0        616,595
 Palm Springs                      232,067          1,783,975      330,019     2,346,061      73,306         2,419,367
 Palo Verde Valley Dist             26,927            151,992        68,144      247,063              0        247,063
 Paso Robles                        31,172            869,700      663,926     1,564,798      19,508         1,584,306
 San Bruno                         153,227          1,220,659      665,947     2,039,833        5,357        2,045,190
 Santa Paula Dist                   26,262            535,369      159,546       721,177              0        721,177
 Siskiyou Co                        37,682            749,313      279,010     1,066,005              0      1,066,005
 South Pasadena                    197,822          1,139,784      190,757     1,528,363      50,740         1,579,103




   Group 6           EXPENDITURES                                     42
Public Libraries-Expenditures                                                FY 2008 - 2009
Group 7: Libraries with under 25,000 population
Library                          Library        Salaries,       Other         Total       Capital       Grand Total
                                Materials       Benefits       Operating     Operating    Outlay        Expenditure
 Alpine Co                          9,850           239,468         41,500      290,818             0        290,818
 Belvedere-Tiburon                157,210          1,292,046      255,280     1,704,536       4,634        1,709,170
 Calabasas                        179,271           583,964       366,077     1,129,312    238,675         1,367,987
 Carmel                           140,421           871,249         93,998    1,105,668             0      1,105,668
 Colusa Co                         27,531           519,114       121,108       667,753       2,194          669,947
 Commerce                         278,919          2,925,359      168,394     3,372,672    175,398         3,548,070
 Coronado                         250,708          1,772,026      342,354     2,365,088             0      2,365,088
 El Segundo                       224,760          1,703,300      302,750     2,230,810     15,000         2,245,810
 Imperial                           8,303           134,123         16,181      158,607    187,272           345,879
 Inyo Co                           31,518           587,062         33,682      652,262             0        652,262
 Irwindale                         26,453           265,981       171,329       463,763             0        463,763
 Larkspur                          68,699           592,322         79,328      740,349             0        740,349
 Mariposa Co                       38,000           331,375         71,807      441,182             0        441,182
 Mill Valley                      158,161          1,225,699      410,387     1,794,247    260,913         2,055,160
 Modoc Co                          15,038           331,618         56,380      403,036             0        403,036
 Mono Co                           68,533           820,328       236,479     1,125,340       9,981        1,135,321
 Orland                            10,000           378,765         33,303      422,068             0        422,068
 Pacific Grove                     69,188           486,515       115,045       670,748     20,000           690,748
 Plumas Co                         45,034           547,622         65,111      657,767             0        657,767
 Rancho Mirage                    435,600          2,241,208     1,180,690    3,857,498             0      3,857,498
 San Anselmo                       51,447           382,316       113,997       547,760             0        547,760
 San Juan Bautista                    690            19,785          7,406       27,881             0         27,881
 San Marino                        97,184           733,207       341,393     1,171,784             0      1,171,784
 Santa Fe Springs                 123,400          1,150,000        86,500    1,359,900             0      1,359,900
 Sausalito                         81,550           490,757         55,983      628,290             0        628,290
 Sierra Madre                     105,912           570,445         61,983      738,340       2,274          740,614
 Signal Hill                       50,841           293,410         25,914      370,165             0        370,165
 St Helena                        155,873           771,013       211,855     1,138,741    148,161         1,286,902
 Trinity Co                         6,457           174,687       200,685       381,829             0        381,829
 Vernon
 Willows                           15,517           188,886         87,194      291,597             0        291,597




   Group 7           EXPENDITURES                                    43
Public Libraries-Expenditures - Detail                                               FY 2008 - 2009
Group 1: Libraries with over 400,000 population
 Library                  Electronic      Print      Other      Preservation   Literacy* Total Operating Expenditures
                           Materials    Materials   Materials                                       per Capita
 Alameda Co                 299,826      967,022     299,113             0      991,718            43.94
 Contra Costa Co            537,396     2,229,401    267,703             0      424,546            28.29
 Fresno Co                  150,654     1,518,134    836,681         4,303      197,880            28.47
 Kern Co                    128,590      481,695     201,482             0            0            11.32
 Long Beach                 538,267      925,331     147,003        15,000            0            27.40
 Los Angeles                820,000     7,471,779   1,823,457                  1,091,169           32.54
 Los Angeles Co            2,017,814    7,251,816   1,004,801       32,800      298,576            37.66
 Oakland                    237,081     1,554,896       8,215            0      476,357            48.93
 Orange Co                  647,423     2,482,062    197,596                    589,147            27.76
 Riverside Co               436,447     1,656,274    531,005             0      215,918            17.99
 Sacramento                 683,910     1,834,121    590,650             0      274,226            25.07
 San Bernardino Co          156,793     1,264,513    201,217             0     1,973,000           14.69
 San Diego                  880,963     2,582,304    825,117        20,000      467,161            29.13
 San Diego Co               693,506     3,124,240   2,314,180            0      372,644            38.91
 San Francisco             1,281,780    6,018,742   2,452,786            0       60,164            96.90
 San Jose                   487,178     2,123,934   1,028,392        7,398      412,139            37.83
 Santa Clara Co             634,902     2,545,078   1,296,793        3,320      695,186            80.02
 Sonoma Co                  259,635      876,909     576,456        18,109      128,087            35.72
 Stanislaus Co               89,848      706,795       54,405       23,583      222,560            18.99
 Stockton-San Joaquin Co    129,866      706,100     139,897             0      276,480            20.45
 Ventura Co                 283,646      925,587       40,587            0      225,169            25.04




   Group 1         EXPENDITURES - DETAIL                                44                        * Includes Local and State Funds
Public Libraries-Expenditures - Detail                                               FY 2008 - 2009
Group 2: Libraries with 150,000 - 400,000 population
 Library                  Electronic       Print      Other      Preservation   Literacy* Total Operating Expenditures
                           Materials     Materials   Materials                                       per Capita
 Anaheim                    77,861       436,464       120,515        1,679       10,011            30.26
 Butte Co                   16,305       179,287        11,329            0      282,405            13.11
 Chula Vista                80,000       281,880        39,337        2,125           0             22.38
 El Dorado Co               33,780       207,953        50,733            0        1,677            18.34
 Glendale                   89,574       377,764        53,662            0      153,289            40.65
 Hayward                    35,523       187,587        89,207            0      184,951            27.46
 Huntington Beach          118,321       426,637        84,188        2,000      221,235            24.66
 Kings Co                   19,953       210,921         4,705        2,161           0             10.99
 Madera Co                       0       169,105        15,895         679            0             12.00
 Merced Co                  39,000       102,400         7,000       10,000       89,000            11.21
 Monterey Co                48,766       368,809        41,299            0      156,433            32.04
 Moreno Valley              10,963       131,249             0            0           0             12.50
 Oceanside                  65,400       322,680        64,200         990       118,398            30.63
 Ontario                    71,272       298,611        69,478        1,000       36,900            22.98
 Oxnard                     38,500       289,260        67,635        6,200       19,160            25.78
 Palmdale                   30,250       172,291        29,882            0      135,340            17.54
 Pasadena                  203,300       706,205       150,794                    77,623            83.51
 Placer Co                  34,616       248,239        84,194            0       58,552            32.07
 Pomona                     18,898        81,212        17,131            0       67,708            17.10
 Rancho Cucamonga          162,350       577,000        50,000            0      101,020            26.35
 Riverside                 112,648       311,940        35,506         700            0             30.73
 Salinas                    45,000       195,000        48,640         350       320,339            31.12
 San Bernardino             22,500       115,018         4,580            0      159,347            14.64
 San Luis Obispo City-Co    79,926       541,085       257,612                    92,208            37.62
 San Mateo Co              224,530      1,250,029      685,627            0      321,916            61.47
 Santa Ana                  43,340       396,863        59,525       93,958                         10.60
 Santa Barbara              25,000       228,974        39,310            0       79,956            27.47
 Santa Cruz City-Co        125,523       456,904       249,573            0           0             61.90
 Shasta Public Libraries    65,348       122,275        21,082                    81,612            11.58
 Solano Co                   4,483      1,113,671      746,486            0      578,384            52.43
 Tulare Co                 137,234       530,000         2,000         500       229,040            10.53




   Group 2          EXPENDITURES - DETAIL                                45                        * Includes Local and State Funds
Public Libraries-Expenditures - Detail                                               FY 2008 - 2009
Group 3: Libraries with 100,000 - 150,000 population
 Library                  Electronic       Print      Other      Preservation   Literacy* Total Operating Expenditures
                           Materials     Materials   Materials                                       per Capita
 Berkeley                  149,659       650,395       134,254       10,826      263,753           132.91
 Burbank                    87,527       381,747        75,000            0      194,011            56.23
 Carlsbad                  139,000       648,300       227,000       10,100      476,960            91.63
 Corona                     54,576        99,884        39,034        3,500       95,000            18.43
 Daly City                  44,667       273,975        57,125        1,006           0             34.26
 Downey                     36,323       230,500        24,500            0      134,163            24.34
 Escondido                  35,645       193,117        30,350            0       58,824            24.05
 Fullerton                  91,076       273,489        30,580            0           0             28.36
 Humboldt Co                   950       178,805        24,888        1,101       18,152            24.17
 Inglewood                  53,063       342,583        15,471        2,548           0             33.90
 Marin Co                  104,104       723,982       267,531       10,000      137,981            87.63
 Mission Viejo              86,496       222,729        64,075        1,360           0             35.31
 Murrieta                   16,466       234,437         5,600       10,000           0             22.07
 Napa Co                    63,998       367,575       199,027        3,150      189,897            47.22
 Orange                     69,884       143,125        62,750            0           0             30.88
 Richmond                   83,503       380,198        30,000            0      676,449            63.95
 Roseville                  34,693        99,223        28,734        2,950           0             30.49
 San Mateo                  24,445       265,498        30,568        1,000      282,063            54.80
 Santa Clara                83,189       540,213       141,660         108       264,796            61.09
 Santa Maria                35,000       104,470       181,860            0       31,050            21.66
 Sunnyvale                  78,405       475,204       159,323        4,366           0             50.20
 Thousand Oaks             160,783       560,475        94,473            0           0             65.30
 Torrance                   71,328       771,256        49,950         500         1,000            50.18
 Victorville                     0       175,704        31,628            0           0              7.50
 Yolo Co                    63,192       379,647        56,314       35,458      101,737            36.22




   Group 3       EXPENDITURES - DETAIL                                   46                        * Includes Local and State Funds
Public Libraries-Expenditures - Detail                                                 FY 2008 - 2009
Group 4: Libraries with 70,000 - 100,000 population
 Library                  Electronic       Print       Other      Preservation   Literacy* Total Operating Expenditures
                           Materials     Materials    Materials                                       per Capita
 Alameda                    41,242       277,114         47,748            0       35,222            39.11
 Alhambra                   45,740       181,700             0             0      195,968            31.80
 Buena Park Dist            48,365       100,465         33,140            0            0            27.93
 Folsom                     20,251        40,471          4,780            0            0            22.22
 Hemet                      16,622        86,955         35,233        5,000       51,328            24.45
 Livermore                  51,756       275,684         48,077            0       90,963            56.05
 Mendocino Co               13,017        27,112          1,969            0            0            14.93
 Mountain View              75,483       353,731       114,896             0       14,700            64.65
 Nevada Co                  33,312        67,547          5,499            0       78,121            26.27
 Newport Beach             185,000       606,593       110,800             0       87,198            77.56
 Pleasanton                 25,483       197,179       167,062             0       96,972            57.74
 Redlands                        0       182,725         76,158        1,371            0            29.90
 Redwood City               41,732       457,020       293,446             0     1,006,670           94.70
 San Leandro                41,000       398,015         35,620        3,000      126,817            67.57
 Santa Monica              189,780       704,720       241,500        16,300            0           116.14
 Sutter Co                  12,740       121,711         12,735            0      123,790            17.13
 Upland                     31,885       116,640          1,120        4,528       81,010            25.41
 Whittier                   47,313       222,941         42,829        1,225            0            35.72
 Yuba Co                     3,500        50,000         13,000        3,561        1,524            12.00




   Group 4         EXPENDITURES - DETAIL                                  47                        * Includes Local and State Funds
Public Libraries-Expenditures - Detail                                               FY 2008 - 2009
Group 5: Libraries with 50,000 - 70,000 population
 Library                  Electronic       Print      Other      Preservation   Literacy* Total Operating Expenditures
                           Materials     Materials   Materials                                       per Capita
 Altadena Dist               27,154       136,219       13,977            0       74,207            45.86
 Arcadia                     56,770       221,773       34,839       13,775           0             52.39
 Beaumont Dist                2,850        69,600       26,100         650        63,222            18.35
 Cerritos                   128,155       214,536       37,412        4,268           0             91.17
 Colton                       5,715        32,395        6,000        1,000       31,941            16.88
 Glendora                    76,793       176,660       34,115        1,400       39,754            40.98
 Imperial Co                  3,000        15,910        2,259            0       25,016             9.95
 Lake Co                     10,630       137,472       20,477         225        70,806            20.20
 Lodi                        28,322       139,785        2,763            0       66,165            23.66
 Lompoc                      20,278       123,295       17,264            0       67,507            19.26
 Monterey Park                9,912        78,244       26,276        6,061      157,719            29.12
 National City               34,310        80,572       19,060                                      50.77
 Palo Alto                  103,821       521,563     132,588         3,125           0             99.12
 Palos Verdes Dist          126,529       370,461     130,048             0           0             89.68
 Placentia Dist              38,388       110,642       33,825            0           0             38.44
 Porterville                  7,050       200,762       22,391            0        2,500            21.93
 Redondo Beach               77,980       203,740       64,320            0           0             56.45
 San Benito Co                1,385        39,624        1,400        4,886       63,200            12.84
 San Rafael                   7,082       144,128       35,293            0      443,064            43.01
 South San Francisco         24,317       197,188     138,560          200       435,571            75.11
 Tehama Co                    2,241        39,595         200             0           0              9.20
 Tulare                       4,700       118,620        7,400        1,400      100,720            14.56
 Tuolumne Co                  4,258        87,761        8,606        1,155       36,418            21.27
 Watsonville                 20,278       142,713       22,486        1,000      195,322            39.36
 Woodland                    18,878       166,335       44,368            0      117,616            30.55
 Yorba Linda                 88,250       327,525       71,900            0           0             48.65




   Group 5           EXPENDITURES - DETAIL                               48                        * Includes Local and State Funds
Public Libraries-Expenditures - Detail                                               FY 2008 - 2009
Group 6: Libraries with 25,000 - 50,000 population
 Library                  Electronic       Print      Other      Preservation   Literacy* Total Operating Expenditures
                           Materials     Materials   Materials                                       per Capita
 Amador Co                    9,231        40,851        4,500            0       79,640            23.23
 Azusa                        7,080        90,341       11,587            0           0             26.81
 Banning Dist                    0         83,710       18,229            0           0             24.17
 Benicia                     34,414       122,097       31,437         468       179,874            82.87
 Beverly Hills              251,481       534,624       82,306        5,254      419,841           264.46
 Brawley                     21,409        64,090           0          600        37,916            21.68
 Burlingame                  33,530       205,902       72,950        2,635        8,000           104.39
 Calaveras Co                    0         13,566         929             0       53,474            13.48
 Calexico                    18,565        46,923        1,090            0       30,920            21.82
 Coalinga Dist                4,858        78,887       13,118            0           0             31.46
 Covina                      24,738        89,722       19,467            0           0             26.17
 Del Norte Co Dist               0          6,925           0             0       27,499             5.86
 Dixon Dist                  20,307        72,611        7,247        4,316           0             62.04
 El Centro                    7,816        11,027        2,600            0        2,000            12.98
 Lassen Dist                     0          1,225         291         1,744       10,000             4.79
 Lincoln                         0         94,500       60,000                                      27.29
 Los Gatos                   32,090       105,230       37,690            0           0             55.30
 Menlo Park                  20,102       136,736       43,475            0      175,514            72.36
 Monrovia                    12,445        69,743           0                     57,000            33.17
 Monterey                    28,057       126,713       32,090        2,694           0            110.67
 Moorpark                     6,653        59,374        4,640            0           0             16.63
 Palm Springs                32,344       118,981       80,742            0           0             49.29
 Palo Verde Valley Dist       1,650        21,851        3,426            0           0              5.93
 Paso Robles                  5,812        18,154        7,206            0           0             52.25
 San Bruno                   14,433        99,785       39,009            0        7,000            46.56
 Santa Paula Dist                0         14,754       11,508            0       87,400            24.26
 Siskiyou Co                  6,918        21,787        8,977            0       41,850            23.19
 South Pasadena              35,590       128,659       33,573       12,547           0             59.17




   Group 6           EXPENDITURES - DETAIL                               49                        * Includes Local and State Funds
Public Libraries-Expenditures - Detail                                              FY 2008 - 2009
Group 7: Libraries with under 25,000 population
 Library                  Electronic      Print      Other      Preservation   Literacy* Total Operating Expenditures
                           Materials    Materials   Materials                                       per Capita
 Alpine Co                     250         7,100        2,500         200            0            242.15
 Belvedere-Tiburon          19,250       113,651       24,309        1,000           0            153.58
 Calabasas                  18,444       142,827       18,000            0           0             47.58
 Carmel                     13,720       109,944       16,757        2,677           0            273.88
 Colusa Co                       0        23,813        3,718        1,813       15,584            30.36
 Commerce                   36,919       181,568       60,432            0      243,334           248.91
 Coronado                   18,058       137,324       95,326        5,000           0            102.70
 El Segundo                 28,600       172,300       23,860        2,000        5,000           131.23
 Imperial                      110         5,902        2,291            0       18,758            12.23
 Inyo Co                         0        30,818         700          300            0             36.14
 Irwindale                     900        22,153        3,400         685            0            268.54
 Larkspur                    7,165        52,968        8,566                                      60.41
 Mariposa Co                     0        34,000        4,000        1,000           0             24.10
 Mill Valley                12,284       116,325       29,552        2,528           0            128.11
 Modoc Co                      470        14,568           0         2,500           0             41.56
 Mono Co                    12,216        56,317           0                                       83.33
 Orland                          0        10,000           0             0           0             27.98
 Pacific Grove                 998        68,190           0          500            0             43.17
 Plumas Co                  12,187        29,327        3,520            0      107,604            27.42
 Rancho Mirage              80,927       253,407     101,266             0           0            173.19
 San Anselmo                   180        39,134       12,133         858            0             43.32
 San Juan Bautista               0           690           0             0           0             14.74
 San Marino                 30,314        57,370        9,500            0           0             87.49
 Santa Fe Springs           24,000        84,800       14,600            0       46,900            76.47
 Sausalito                     210        73,990        7,350        1,700           0             83.42
 Sierra Madre               24,645        67,864       13,403        1,719           0             66.62
 Signal Hill                 8,899        37,424        4,518        3,000           0             32.39
 St Helena                  30,141        76,790       48,942            0           0            191.06
 Trinity Co                      0         4,957        1,500            0           0             27.35
 Vernon
 Willows                         0        15,517           0             0       51,739            20.60




   Group 7           EXPENDITURES - DETAIL                              50                        * Includes Local and State Funds
Public Libraries-Collections                                                         FY 2008 - 2009
Group 1: Libraries with over 400,000 population
 Library                    Volumes    Titles   Book Vol's    Document      Databases   E-Books   Audio     Video     Periodicals
                              Added    Added       Held         Units
 Alameda Co                  105,787    16,680      939,627                     63       9,974     57,315    83,927       1,928
 Contra Costa Co             146,355    25,985    1,230,129       49,493        35      25,968     75,527    78,589       2,360
 Fresno Co                    88,197    23,192    1,086,940     1,253,926       74        280     109,370    88,238       1,922
 Kern Co                      44,938    13,340      985,093       21,686        44        280      37,391    25,156         625
 Long Beach                   10,000     2,108      835,948       13,137        50         29      30,387    24,683       1,310
 Los Angeles                            53,189    6,433,495                     84      10,448     95,552   298,126       8,900
 Los Angeles Co              565,797    60,011    6,091,825      135,060        29       3,979    240,717   436,499      10,725
 Oakland                      70,307    19,164    1,197,836      357,138        57      11,717     54,110    64,093       2,245
 Orange Co                   158,443    21,192    2,749,706       48,423        70         25      89,006    91,447       4,065
 Riverside Co                 97,585    53,077    1,469,253          600        33                 52,742    81,192       1,756
 Sacramento                  145,710    23,593    1,822,449       17,198        40       1,110     82,062    81,458       1,165
 San Bernardino Co           147,766              1,130,899          633        24        633      49,270    51,457         760
 San Diego                   241,062    37,808    3,318,250     1,657,057       99      17,595    194,048   229,925       3,701
 San Diego Co                194,152    31,114    1,364,341                     31        382     137,221   130,031       2,450
 San Francisco               294,442    40,496    2,138,708      410,153       108      35,643    120,038   159,095      11,181
 San Jose                    298,002    40,584    1,842,799                     54      13,168    154,698   299,161         884
 Santa Clara Co              161,151   107,360    1,326,731                    100       4,443    139,732   193,140       2,491
 Sonoma Co                    59,030    20,059      649,056          865        19                 25,065    32,089       1,814
 Stanislaus Co                56,344    20,000      747,386                     17         54      22,852    23,688         881
 Stockton-San Joaquin Co      48,170    19,841      845,640        3,147        37         18      49,126    40,275       1,440
 Ventura Co                   26,584    26,173      795,016        9,000        35       4,931     31,022    33,569       1,306




   Group 1         COLLECTIONS                                           51
Public Libraries-Collections                                                         FY 2008 - 2009
Group 2: Libraries with 150,000 - 400,000 population
 Library                    Volumes     Titles   Book Vol's    Document     Databases   E-Books   Audio     Video     Periodicals
                             Added      Added        Held        Units
 Anaheim                      46,476     18,570      568,084                    20         74      15,788    41,031         936
 Butte Co                     20,446      6,442      272,039         375        16          4       9,492     8,690         461
 Chula Vista                  25,682     10,912      461,331                    17        348      17,230    19,383         362
 El Dorado Co                 33,999     13,365      330,675          89         5                 13,083    19,310         501
 Glendale                     32,061     17,709      649,686                    36       2,472     49,995    17,462         878
 Hayward                      13,143      4,690      121,706                    18       8,768     11,813    21,292         189
 Huntington Beach             21,804     11,464      410,574                    22                 13,396     7,438         390
 Kings Co                     16,226      4,795      161,484          88         4        281       1,595     2,914         303
 Madera Co                    13,903      5,910      248,648         378         2        280      10,068     5,729         268
 Merced Co                    14,069      4,701      367,906        2,299        6        280       2,327     1,769         281
 Monterey Co                  42,898     16,640      423,696                    10        380      11,350    19,667         496
 Moreno Valley                10,798      9,481      144,468         322        40                  3,602     5,836          93
 Oceanside                    20,046      9,297      288,564         109        23       2,703     14,670    13,328         493
 Ontario                      16,652     11,109      241,131        3,272       15       1,250      8,892    19,062         546
 Oxnard                       17,223     11,302      362,884         730        10                 19,246    15,588         642
 Palmdale                     10,733      5,835      108,118         273         8                  4,810     4,607         208
 Pasadena                     40,994                 732,895      234,583       24       2,472     19,165    12,018         789
 Placer Co                    16,597      8,297      320,677         286         7                 29,792    27,427         661
 Pomona                        6,478      5,554      284,728      110,006        8                  9,218       89          212
 Rancho Cucamonga             34,187     29,346      256,653                    44                 12,094     9,547         230
 Riverside                    48,593     33,156      408,366                    19       1,851     21,571    26,304         797
 Salinas                      34,550      7,875      194,113                    52                  4,258     8,231         237
 San Bernardino                9,281      6,187      221,958        1,850       10                  5,520     9,820         389
 San Luis Obispo City-Co      42,962                 368,910        1,398       11                 29,394    40,467         918
 San Mateo Co                 79,102     17,490      628,657                    58       8,691     94,082    84,774       1,698
 Santa Ana                    16,549      9,308      239,729                    17       1,301      9,938    11,792         887
 Santa Barbara                23,388                 318,238                    20                 26,760    19,795         686
 Santa Cruz City-Co           39,024      4,076      437,396                    56      19,977     34,658    66,193       1,286
 Shasta Public Libraries      15,889     12,880      231,426        8,011       15                 10,423     8,933         173
 Solano Co                    89,030     17,760      594,347       13,186       25       8,607     47,866    99,889       1,656
 Tulare Co                    38,834     10,238      323,457                    17        200       3,500      500          572




   Group 2          COLLECTIONS                                           52
Public Libraries-Collections                                                         FY 2008 - 2009
Group 3: Libraries with 100,000 - 150,000 population
 Library                    Volumes     Titles   Book Vol's    Document     Databases   E-Books   Audio     Video     Periodicals
                             Added      Added        Held        Units
 Berkeley                     30,698     13,030      488,750                    65       5,639     47,991    36,182       1,175
 Burbank                      26,680     10,834      432,817                    17                 27,916    36,372         557
 Carlsbad                     23,693     11,368      290,399                    34                 28,579    15,925         538
 Corona                       11,459      6,494      133,434                    15                  5,078     5,788         141
 Daly City                    12,228      5,341      183,372                     8      10,730     11,612    14,965         293
 Downey                       21,184     18,622      120,922                    43       2,343      4,153     3,766         245
 Escondido                                           213,721         200        12                 10,927    26,724         340
 Fullerton                    14,025     10,616      264,497                    12                 11,977    14,123         348
 Humboldt Co                  12,640      7,399      296,546        2,016       12        199      12,739    12,134         581
 Inglewood                    16,113      9,111      472,082                    29                  3,088     7,829         989
 Marin Co                     42,096     15,991      415,165                    20      10,179     24,675    32,458       1,130
 Mission Viejo                13,341      9,213      151,662                    19        562       6,830     8,228         230
 Murrieta                      7,218      2,918       93,526                    35                  5,094     5,760         210
 Napa Co                      20,034     11,119      180,491         252        24       7,061     10,319    12,521         448
 Orange                       14,008      6,794      224,385                    12                 12,434     8,806         286
 Richmond                     12,634      6,666      175,240        2,013       27       3,457      8,659     9,513         268
 Roseville                     9,229      3,991      162,641         237        15        183       8,770    11,414         398
 San Mateo                    20,163     15,530      277,595         800        51      11,242     15,377    17,841         525
 Santa Clara                  44,265     19,620      373,226                    57       2,951     22,912    27,674         610
 Santa Maria                  12,912      9,462      186,760        7,201       37       2,280     15,004    17,453         436
 Sunnyvale                    29,386     13,744      238,747        9,514       40      11,810     22,494    26,758         420
 Thousand Oaks                40,611     21,738      398,208          31        54                 23,868    33,593         507
 Torrance                     40,036     16,026      443,281        2,961       16                 31,734    26,063         808
 Victorville                   9,926      9,841       55,639                    27                  2,389     3,771         540
 Yolo Co                      20,864     16,638      283,721                    16          3      15,455    23,170         466




   Group 3       COLLECTIONS                                              53
Public Libraries-Collections                                                          FY 2008 - 2009
Group 4: Libraries with 70,000 - 100,000 population
 Library                    Volumes     Titles    Book Vol's    Document     Databases   E-Books   Audio     Video     Periodicals
                             Added      Added        Held         Units
 Alameda                       14,609      6,499      185,307          42        61                  6,584     7,379         233
 Alhambra                      21,101     14,049      152,034                    24       4,254      3,971     4,967         156
 Buena Park Dist               13,607      7,838      102,157                    15        162       6,839     5,062         243
 Folsom                        14,341      8,604      102,215                    18                  8,048     5,860         233
 Hemet                         14,175      9,253       96,193                     8                  4,580     5,152         156
 Livermore                     21,922     10,006      234,476                    39       7,657      6,238    10,359         371
 Mendocino Co                   6,747      6,747      166,367                     6                  5,575     9,247         168
 Mountain View                 21,989     12,571      253,882                    37      13,483     24,780    21,422         349
 Nevada Co                      7,892      6,338      187,674                     6         27      15,372    15,868         420
 Newport Beach                 16,493      9,949      259,560                    27        939      19,316    19,588         753
 Pleasanton                    14,984      6,580      177,635                    41       6,475     12,114    18,285         280
 Redlands                       6,765      6,108      134,964       37,824        5         86       3,819     2,858         294
 Redwood City                  64,219     19,887      230,756         627        19       8,666     27,615    33,936         660
 San Leandro                   20,655     14,139      305,277        5,585       22          5      13,146    15,104         511
 Santa Monica                  30,440     14,937      386,815                    28       3,465     24,726    26,662         688
 Sutter Co                      9,188      7,274      117,851          73         4                   724      2,317         156
 Upland                         9,916      6,294      159,927                    18       2,125      6,310     3,513         220
 Whittier                      11,256     10,035      273,820        1,250       21                 13,264    12,009         620
 Yuba Co                        6,415      6,300      141,375                     6        200       6,487     7,729         150




   Group 4         COLLECTIONS                                             54
Public Libraries-Collections                                                          FY 2008 - 2009
Group 5: Libraries with 50,000 - 70,000 population
 Library                    Volumes      Titles   Book Vol's    Document     Databases   E-Books   Audio     Video     Periodicals
                             Added      Added        Held         Units
 Altadena Dist                  8,072      6,298      132,065                    16                  4,619     3,336         226
 Arcadia                       13,150     11,071      171,110       33,606       20        208       5,463     5,974         231
 Beaumont Dist                  6,562      5,952       67,082                     4                  1,035     5,695          55
 Cerritos                      10,474      8,197      220,067                    25                  6,033    13,042         387
 Colton                           933       898        73,581          11         1                  4,882     3,717         165
 Glendora                       6,377      5,271      114,563                    26       7,442     10,261     8,254         249
 Imperial Co                      849       540        48,663          25         6                  1,490     1,974          21
 Lake Co                       10,426      5,958      145,655                     7                  4,228     4,508         123
 Lodi                           8,097      7,051      126,519                     6                  4,311     2,975         259
 Lompoc                        12,522                  88,707         685        15                  6,206     8,812         182
 Monterey Park                  7,431      5,230      171,069        6,700        5                  3,680     7,000         156
 National City                 13,669     12,586      200,516                    34                  5,598    16,526         144
 Palo Alto                     29,650     15,527      246,554                    47       4,347     20,288    21,211         666
 Palos Verdes Dist             17,988      9,791      205,067                    24       4,392     19,729    14,496         808
 Placentia Dist                 6,767      5,252       89,853         108        11                  3,916     5,571         144
 Porterville                    9,505      5,534       92,352                     4        280       5,348     5,187          98
 Redondo Beach                 16,541     15,080      177,834                    15       2,227     18,375    17,917         280
 San Benito Co                  5,382      2,818       81,536         280        91         11       1,690     4,143         105
 San Rafael                     7,121      7,121      124,404                    21      10,179      5,856     3,623         271
 South San Francisco            6,677      4,452      157,321        5,817       24      11,758     14,222    16,816         265
 Tehama Co                      3,136      2,183      124,296                     7                  2,773     2,114          31
 Tulare                         6,160      6,073       87,396                    12        280       7,386     2,918         131
 Tuolumne Co                    4,306      3,895       87,342                    10                  2,589     3,123         276
 Watsonville                    6,530      5,376      111,272                    72         10       6,389     5,331         175
 Woodland                       7,325      6,403       88,008         800        12                  5,395     5,331         209
 Yorba Linda                   15,975     15,662      132,726                    34                  9,368     9,728         223




   Group 5           COLLECTIONS                                           55
Public Libraries-Collections                                                         FY 2008 - 2009
Group 6: Libraries with 25,000 - 50,000 population
 Library                    Volumes      Titles   Book Vol's    Document    Databases   E-Books   Audio     Video     Periodicals
                             Added      Added        Held         Units
 Amador Co                      4,964      4,587       83,985                   14                  3,667     5,012          68
 Azusa                          6,114      5,172       96,755                    4                  3,179     3,426         110
 Banning Dist                   5,446      5,378       46,530                    2                  2,191     2,653         127
 Benicia                        6,444      5,070       94,495         489       23       9,994      5,397     5,887         161
 Beverly Hills                 14,685     10,233      255,198                   50        532      21,366    10,424         597
 Brawley                        3,652      3,411       51,718         123        1                  1,637      622          104
 Burlingame                    10,166      6,232      220,078                   27       8,668      9,975    10,088         332
 Calaveras Co                   5,457      3,377       87,264                    3                  5,036     7,912          52
 Calexico                       2,471      1,755       62,991         396        5                   662      1,504          83
 Coalinga Dist                  3,395      3,130       89,671                    6        280        873      3,849         128
 Covina                         3,858      3,340       94,295                   16                  4,443     4,014         161
 Del Norte Co Dist              1,915      1,692       50,082         527        9                  1,466     1,664          62
 Dixon Dist                     3,441      3,441       53,822         230       23                   997      1,426         240
 El Centro                      5,104      5,082      117,917         129        2                   656      4,096          47
 Lassen Dist                    1,459      1,397       40,545                   12                  1,851     2,057          25
 Lincoln                       21,009     20,652       80,814                   11         26       7,034     7,162         200
 Los Gatos                      9,372                 115,409          27       44      11,017      7,535     8,362         205
 Menlo Park                    15,162      7,608      149,823                   54       8,668     13,590    14,989         228
 Monrovia                                             109,449                    8                  2,402      829          288
 Monterey                       7,556      6,784      104,952                   36       1,663      8,309     5,079         269
 Moorpark                       4,996                  40,190                   32                  1,960     2,027         115
 Palm Springs                   5,385      1,200      116,590                    5        382       8,627    10,596         195
 Palo Verde Valley Dist         1,405      1,461       46,181                    3                  1,220      799           75
 Paso Robles                    4,301      4,204       59,109         451       13         14       4,385     5,737          99
 San Bruno                      6,436                  83,746         141        9      11,242      6,839     6,829         181
 Santa Paula Dist               1,105       937        80,694                                       1,251     2,027          78
 Siskiyou Co                    4,231      2,115      143,524         235        9                  3,177     5,605         290
 South Pasadena                10,372      7,747      125,486                   13                  6,359     8,244         286




   Group 6           COLLECTIONS                                           56
Public Libraries-Collections                                                          FY 2008 - 2009
Group 7: Libraries with under 25,000 population
 Library                    Volumes    Titles   Book Vol's    Document       Databases   E-Books   Audio     Video     Periodicals
                             Added     Added       Held         Units
 Alpine Co                     3,414     3,414       19,213                       1                   753      2,086          76
 Belvedere-Tiburon                       6,863       56,113                      29      10,179      6,796     4,447         437
 Calabasas                     4,121     4,029       39,144                       7       4,500      2,481     3,798          84
 Carmel                        4,482     4,046       77,178                      50         10       2,489     2,663         131
 Colusa Co                     3,456     3,273      101,104                                          5,070     6,076          57
 Commerce                      8,881     6,915       97,069                      11                  8,387    13,510         315
 Coronado                      6,647     5,742      157,927         675          13                  9,667    15,759         328
 El Segundo                    7,900     6,399      155,230                      14       2,392      5,766     7,972         206
 Imperial                      2,176     1,837       31,393                       1                   616       707           30
 Inyo Co                       1,361     1,250      103,400         400                              2,750     4,100         135
 Irwindale                      833        826       15,988              1        5                   743      1,823          49
 Larkspur                      2,909     2,585       49,696                      16      10,179      2,370      974           83
 Mariposa Co                   2,406     2,206       66,141          78           4                  5,198     6,002          95
 Mill Valley                   5,906     5,377      105,879                      30      10,180      5,382     3,381         823
 Modoc Co                      2,184     2,613       62,661                      10                   947      4,480         150
 Mono Co                       9,316     5,654      107,213         120           5       3,200      4,999     5,983         200
 Orland                        2,368     2,360       50,380                       4                   737      3,306          79
 Pacific Grove                  401        361       94,285                      22       1,690      6,345     3,833         260
 Plumas Co                     3,671     3,171       76,969                       5                  5,341     1,171         121
 Rancho Mirage                12,746    11,906       72,488                      11         68      10,467    11,316         212
 San Anselmo                   2,756     2,600       45,941         200           8      10,180      1,861     2,682          90
 San Juan Bautista                                    9,089                                           232      1,614           2
 San Marino                    8,132     5,038       82,849                      17                  3,245     2,217         150
 Santa Fe Springs              6,744     5,756       69,024                      58                  2,499     5,957         166
 Sausalito                     3,033     3,033       58,137                      29      10,179      2,446     1,436         181
 Sierra Madre                  5,093     4,905       59,540         528          11       7,403      2,850     2,090         108
 Signal Hill                   1,431     1,240       24,866                       1                   245      3,168          62
 St Helena                     5,664     4,996       65,972          50          24       9,831      6,122     9,638         175
 Trinity Co                    3,050     2,524       56,325                       4                  1,103     2,920          84
 Vernon
 Willows                       1,188     1,171       60,573                       1                  1,111     1,938          88




   Group 7           COLLECTIONS                                         57
Public Libraries-Services                                                         FY 2008 - 2009
Group 1: Libraries with over 400,000 population
 Library                   Hours Annual   Total        Circ Per   Reference    Ref per    ILL Lent   ILL From    Library
                                        Circulation     Capita                  Capita                          Attendance
 Alameda Co                    20,328      6,056,555      11.20      409,250       0.76    23,738      26,942    4,827,535
 Contra Costa Co               54,987      6,728,411       7.04      610,948       0.64     8,633      13,160    3,878,217
 Fresno Co                     77,814      3,572,943       3.92      390,043       0.43   145,438     218,866    2,904,549
 Kern Co                       43,493      1,709,149       2.07      271,199       0.33   132,043     115,484
 Long Beach                    13,814      1,711,538       3.47      447,090       0.91     1,269        544     1,601,917
 Los Angeles                  188,480     18,821,223       4.63   11,555,728       2.84     2,391        115    17,345,092
 Los Angeles Co               190,981     15,368,606       4.18    2,527,629       0.69    10,647       1,125   14,228,227
 Oakland                       34,582      2,436,806       5.46      653,908       1.47     1,815        704     3,487,787
 Orange Co                     88,998      7,314,615       4.69    1,668,916       1.07     3,200       8,768    6,817,546
 Riverside Co                  66,978      3,464,547       3.16      382,795       0.35   167,039     135,603    3,170,424
 Sacramento                    52,976      7,385,554       5.42      506,467       0.37   111,363     125,542    2,866,175
 San Bernardino Co             72,000      3,055,653       2.55      390,000       0.33   164,072     171,065    4,597,787
 San Diego                     76,195      7,651,619       5.65    1,574,974       1.16     1,378        737     6,601,210
 San Diego Co                  92,092      8,311,398       7.71      697,025       0.65     5,304      20,270    5,263,761
 San Francisco                 58,462      9,638,160      11.40    1,024,680       1.21    35,623      49,541    6,337,966
 San Jose                      45,632     15,320,909      15.22      680,468       0.68    20,833      28,074    8,126,461
 Santa Clara Co                21,748     11,319,133      26.64      453,730       1.07     1,134        655     3,571,571
 Sonoma Co                     33,332      3,356,132       6.90      235,953       0.48   171,085     246,357    2,692,315
 Stanislaus Co                 25,324      2,299,795       4.37      149,617       0.28     1,767        210
 Stockton-San Joaquin Co       24,873      1,926,616       3.08      827,851       1.32       283         61     1,510,802
 Ventura Co                    26,635      1,717,877       3.87      148,415       0.33     1,634       4,898




   Group 1         SERVICES                                             58
Public Libraries-Services                                                         FY 2008 - 2009
Group 2: Libraries with 150,000 - 400,000 population
 Library                   Hours Annual    Total       Circ Per   Reference    Ref per    ILL Lent   ILL From    Library
                                         Circulation    Capita                  Capita                          Attendance
 Anaheim                       19,290      1,721,779       4.94       98,026       0.28     4,476         60    1,752,838
 Butte Co                      10,708       910,249        4.12       42,366       0.19     1,814       3,254    756,901
 Chula Vista                    6,065      1,160,101       4.98      136,916       0.59       349         35     822,243
 El Dorado Co                  10,625       836,968        4.65       23,093       0.13     1,489        255     387,604
 Glendale                      14,984      1,244,056       6.00      209,167       1.01    49,370      41,228   1,133,385
 Hayward                        4,592       904,328        5.99       50,488       0.33     3,891       5,443    613,749
 Huntington Beach              12,428       944,492        4.66      128,351       0.63        62         69     817,042
 Kings Co                      11,470       152,537        0.99       30,732       0.20    18,223      14,445
 Madera Co                     10,022       421,804        2.77       35,766       0.23    42,311      16,872    311,629
 Merced Co                     19,242       228,207        0.89       42,586       0.17    47,698      24,293    510,359
 Monterey Co                   27,096       922,986        4.00      148,542       0.64     4,201       2,162   1,110,504
 Moreno Valley                  3,294       386,998        2.08      223,719       1.20    22,909      25,974    320,022
 Oceanside                     11,472       553,323        3.08       73,691       0.41       339        423     716,957
 Ontario                        5,500       613,482        3.54      187,742       1.08       675        266     697,106
 Oxnard                         6,656      1,326,838       6.73       72,836       0.37       779        810     600,026
 Palmdale                       5,731       496,507        3.28       53,274       0.35       291        264     340,471
 Pasadena                      22,078      1,680,383      11.19      232,564       1.55    40,493      49,204   1,680,383
 Placer Co                     17,040      1,303,329       6.96       85,724       0.46       486        361     651,665
 Pomona                         2,243       207,860        1.27       38,515       0.24     1,371        115     243,395
 Rancho Cucamonga               5,368      1,120,866       6.31      189,230       1.06         3         80     565,465
 Riverside                     19,088      1,293,912       4.31      353,199       1.18     7,814       7,750   1,386,267
 Salinas                        8,139       454,489        2.98       95,262       0.62       363        145     556,434
 San Bernardino                 6,221       277,992        1.36       87,856       0.43       100         41    2,694,207
 San Luis Obispo City-Co       19,006      2,194,475       9.13      191,542       0.80    78,602      98,142    996,476
 San Mateo Co                  31,253      4,166,905      14.71      219,670       0.78   107,489     180,468   2,335,776
 Santa Ana                      4,933       597,333        1.68       67,490       0.19       186          3     685,541
 Santa Barbara                 17,372      1,602,547       7.05      133,365       0.59    74,464     104,454   1,292,321
 Santa Cruz City-Co            21,310      2,290,449      10.94      299,473       1.43     1,251       1,525   1,285,407
 Shasta Public Libraries        6,916       548,002        2.99       73,685       0.40       670       2,974    519,294
 Solano Co                     21,800      2,954,864       7.92      270,487       0.73   171,477     146,353   2,248,937
 Tulare Co                     19,552       487,366        1.47       63,063       0.19    40,003      34,007    375,932




   Group 2          SERVICES                                            59
Public Libraries-Services                                                         FY 2008 - 2009
Group 3: Libraries with 100,000 - 150,000 population
 Library                   Hours Annual    Total       Circ Per   Reference    Ref per    ILL Lent   ILL From    Library
                                         Circulation    Capita                  Capita                          Attendance
 Berkeley                      13,940      1,951,032      18.20      178,398       1.66    12,077      26,376   1,405,311
 Burbank                        8,086      1,420,038      13.14      275,377       2.55       373        172    1,088,728
 Carlsbad                       8,840      1,334,875      12.76      283,641       2.71     1,749        553     670,932
 Corona                         2,917       536,025        3.61       79,255       0.53       240        116     535,053
 Daly City                      8,849       664,798        6.21       35,753       0.33    37,689      45,088    593,809
 Downey                         3,021       474,560        4.18       59,098       0.52     4,230      11,463    413,510
 Escondido                      4,188       753,414        5.20      174,058       1.20       399        371     675,933
 Fullerton                      5,836       974,707        7.08       76,063       0.55       667       1,439    611,174
 Humboldt Co                   14,165       674,690        5.08       40,057       0.30     1,875       1,129    291,000
 Inglewood                      6,666       227,593        1.91       67,100       0.56         2          1     259,664
 Marin Co                      20,473      1,619,362      11.35      157,490       1.10    58,954      56,788   1,143,414
 Mission Viejo                  3,014       912,799        9.11      148,382       1.48       328         55     745,710
 Murrieta                       2,312       479,271        4.76       63,445       0.63    37,120      35,993    318,853
 Napa Co                        8,164       909,969        6.91       52,371       0.40    92,308     117,723    442,730
 Orange                         5,889       653,143        4.61       53,016       0.37       281        120     524,424
 Richmond                       5,476       187,728        1.80       21,360       0.20     2,456       1,382    300,693
 Roseville                      7,367       946,824        8.43       48,853       0.43       595        122     569,797
 San Mateo                      6,460       907,319        9.04       57,792       0.58    54,264      44,530    866,635
 Santa Clara                    5,434      2,647,837      22.58      118,267       1.01    12,943       8,392   1,424,080
 Santa Maria                    7,696       575,827        4.19       98,223       0.71    79,049       9,612    402,039
 Sunnyvale                      3,438      2,481,633      17.88      187,362       1.35     6,440       8,348    873,901
 Thousand Oaks                  5,876      1,559,385      12.13      168,110       1.31       304        136     656,150
 Torrance                      14,317      1,698,431      11.39      245,073       1.64     1,011        551     763,676
 Victorville                    3,172       212,655        1.94       28,080       0.26    18,265      23,097    204,270
 Yolo Co                       11,325      1,519,577      10.53       53,833       0.37       845       1,932    635,481




   Group 3       SERVICES                                               60
Public Libraries-Services                                                          FY 2008 - 2009
Group 4: Libraries with 70,000 - 100,000 population
 Library                   Hours Annual    Total        Circ Per   Reference    Ref per    ILL Lent   ILL From    Library
                                         Circulation     Capita                  Capita                          Attendance
 Alameda                        7,243        591,237        7.92       77,571       1.04       361        458     547,606
 Alhambra                       2,474        407,709        4.57       96,467       1.08       315         69     422,516
 Buena Park Dist                2,687        526,712        6.32       30,841       0.37         0         33     311,661
 Folsom                         4,476        664,251        9.35       32,559       0.46    54,850      85,455    389,365
 Hemet                          2,097        437,175        5.88       46,134       0.62     1,437       1,662    337,912
 Livermore                      8,350       1,073,829      12.72       90,556       1.07     7,443       8,877    640,912
 Mendocino Co                   9,600        453,147        5.02       19,626       0.22   121,978     133,809
 Mountain View                  3,571       1,569,584      20.99      117,519       1.57    20,217      14,883    857,197
 Nevada Co                      8,890        726,838        7.36      129,139       1.31       984       1,639    443,650
 Newport Beach                 12,350       1,575,518      18.27      181,315       2.10       300        169    1,200,664
 Pleasanton                     3,133       1,433,876      20.46       83,909       1.20     8,514       9,078    530,738
 Redlands                       3,303        261,103        3.64       41,839       0.58         5         91     283,111
 Redwood City                   9,984       1,582,228      20.33       15,146       0.19    68,482      40,830    895,990
 San Leandro                    7,314        916,744       11.12      150,165       1.82         0          0     706,447
 Santa Monica                   9,719       1,603,393      17.34      158,323       1.71       868        642    1,464,475
 Sutter Co                      5,728        374,133        3.87        7,800       0.08    34,322      27,482
 Upland                         2,600        309,471        4.12       57,753       0.77       253        204     212,833
 Whittier                       5,108        479,439        5.52      131,413       1.51       233         48     460,738
 Yuba Co                        2,838        173,017        2.37         894        0.01     1,141        554     126,932




   Group 4         SERVICES                                              61
Public Libraries-Services                                                          FY 2008 - 2009
Group 5: Libraries with 50,000 - 70,000 population
 Library                   Hours Annual    Total        Circ Per   Reference    Ref per    ILL Lent   ILL From    Library
                                         Circulation     Capita                  Capita                          Attendance
 Altadena Dist                   5,536       221,684        4.02       46,784       0.85     1,617      2,305     424,610
 Arcadia                         3,038       728,311       12.88       48,954       0.87       713        135     579,272
 Beaumont Dist                   2,616       177,655        2.96       16,673       0.28       329         18     152,900
 Cerritos                        3,380       835,318       15.23      126,348       2.30     1,123        567    1,064,875
 Colton                          5,720       126,764        2.45       11,977       0.23        24         75     146,088
 Glendora                        2,668       418,363        7.97       46,578       0.89       496        561     277,896
 Imperial Co                     6,542        34,206        0.61       32,067       0.58        24         88      39,319
 Lake Co                         6,344       223,213        3.49        9,086       0.14   124,971     50,213     266,640
 Lodi                            2,813       219,711        3.47       15,379       0.24       758      1,338
 Lompoc                          6,910       332,186        5.00       25,936       0.39    35,259     23,229     283,432
 Monterey Park                   2,612       395,396        6.09       19,781       0.30       233        279     451,000
 National City                   4,120       316,075        5.59       61,820       1.09         0          0     773,344
 Palo Alto                      11,822      1,633,965      25.34       46,419       0.72     1,635      1,038     875,847
 Palos Verdes Dist               7,280       901,847       12.94       85,089       1.22       385      1,895     677,657
 Placentia Dist                  2,611       209,071        3.77       27,794       0.50     5,462      4,495     222,157
 Porterville                     3,452       271,337        5.21       37,908       0.73    23,644     14,124     196,445
 Redondo Beach                   4,088       858,934       12.70       45,489       0.67       366        224     436,347
 San Benito Co                   2,400       142,832        2.54        5,422       0.10       121        260     132,686
 San Rafael                      3,947       433,450        7.43       75,784       1.30    21,048     27,898     335,246
 South San Francisco             6,864       759,925       11.69       66,427       1.02    56,002     27,747     390,416
 Tehama Co                       3,380        98,194        1.56        5,466       0.09       587        222      80,288
 Tulare                          2,842       196,098        3.35       27,320       0.47    22,372     19,055     144,270
 Tuolumne Co                     6,501       224,730        3.99       12,256       0.22       701      1,957     370,191
 Watsonville                     8,000       306,184        5.16       56,287       0.95       187      1,562     425,322
 Woodland                        2,798       351,731        6.24       15,632       0.28    73,247     28,498     262,865
 Yorba Linda                     3,320       770,164       11.26       79,404       1.16         0         35     311,617




   Group 5           SERVICES                                            62
Public Libraries-Services                                                         FY 2008 - 2009
Group 6: Libraries with 25,000 - 50,000 population
 Library                   Hours Annual    Total       Circ Per   Reference    Ref per    ILL Lent   ILL From    Library
                                         Circulation    Capita                  Capita                          Attendance
 Amador Co                       6,592        94,726       2.49         534        0.01       317        699     109,775
 Azusa                           2,804        94,171       1.92        8,586       0.18       310         84     147,600
 Banning Dist                    3,640       135,268       4.36        4,925       0.16       340        385      98,863
 Benicia                         3,224       371,581      13.28       36,216       1.29    43,984     62,814     240,813
 Beverly Hills                   3,262       716,235      19.85       81,217       2.25     1,551        348     611,264
 Brawley                         2,288        71,250       2.64        9,637       0.36        14        225      56,100
 Burlingame                      4,819       698,558      19.06       77,336       2.11    50,017     31,455     459,372
 Calaveras Co                   10,488       142,442       3.10        4,719       0.10       620        874      68,172
 Calexico                        3,465        89,434       2.27       33,214       0.84     7,801        300     101,890
 Coalinga Dist                   4,845        74,639       2.48        2,537       0.08    11,473      6,376      91,874
 Covina                          2,161       162,855       3.29       31,708       0.64       477        130     292,085
 Del Norte Co Dist               1,384        59,060       2.00        1,715       0.06       458        614     125,075
 Dixon Dist                      2,500       396,495      15.37       18,675       0.72    20,192     20,025      93,908
 El Centro                       2,549        96,270       2.18        5,445       0.12     1,128        325     109,593
 Lassen Dist                     1,275        37,012       1.04         350        0.01         4        481      48,750
 Lincoln                         2,850       328,768       8.21       12,464       0.31         0        294     145,985
 Los Gatos                       2,808       458,877      15.05       20,075       0.66       197        237     267,672
 Menlo Park                      4,888       756,808      23.75       50,124       1.57    26,907     31,489     352,738
 Monrovia                        1,620       102,525       2.59       17,288       0.44       106        112
 Monterey                        3,002       515,979      17.64       40,532       1.39       794      2,989     388,653
 Moorpark                        2,926       106,976       2.88                                 0         83     130,504
 Palm Springs                    2,788       454,484       9.55       83,782       1.76     1,685      1,494     283,669
 Palo Verde Valley Dist          2,364        31,428       0.75        4,434       0.11         0        215      85,137
 Paso Robles                     3,304       273,335       9.13       20,585       0.69    20,167     23,684     224,231
 San Bruno                       3,068       396,142       9.04       22,896       0.52    22,734     20,175     262,585
 Santa Paula Dist                 504         85,448       2.87        3,727       0.13    11,168      4,865
 Siskiyou Co                    11,520       221,278       4.81       10,480       0.23       633      3,060     144,466
 South Pasadena                  2,679       405,123      15.68       64,939       2.51       475        190     273,667




   Group 6           SERVICES                                           63
Public Libraries-Services                                                         FY 2008 - 2009
Group 7: Libraries with under 25,000 population
 Library                   Hours Annual   Total        Circ Per   Reference    Ref per    ILL Lent   ILL From    Library
                                        Circulation     Capita                  Capita                          Attendance
 Alpine Co                       2,688        20,285      16.89         637        0.53         0        254      12,647
 Belvedere-Tiburon               3,030       302,306      27.24       32,305       2.91    27,844     14,933
 Calabasas                       2,644       190,851       8.04       35,940       1.51        89      1,162     160,168
 Carmel                          4,372       107,655      26.67       32,514       8.05       309        155     100,691
 Colusa Co                       6,688        90,415       4.11        5,932       0.27     8,288      4,213      33,908
 Commerce                        8,996       256,455      18.93       72,076       5.32     2,308        737     380,143
 Coronado                        3,206       357,841      15.54       50,832       2.21       228        443     377,602
 El Segundo                      9,110       215,366      12.67      222,177      13.07       415        408     291,587
 Imperial                        2,550        30,710       2.37        1,500       0.12        25        147      29,835
 Inyo Co                         8,239        91,083       5.05       10,940       0.61        24        527
 Irwindale                       2,343        23,799      13.78        7,577       4.39         0        115      39,214
 Larkspur                        2,700       134,418      10.97       22,227       1.81    14,791     16,908
 Mariposa Co                     5,148       155,233       8.48        8,634       0.47    18,348     19,560     139,984
 Mill Valley                     3,072       310,599      22.18       43,427       3.10    25,962     26,863     233,817
 Modoc Co                        3,952        68,549       7.07        3,500       0.36       573      1,633
 Mono Co                        10,306       198,856      14.73        1,653       0.12     8,158        254     158,771
 Orland                          1,924        58,062       3.85                               392        399
 Pacific Grove                   1,608       224,000      14.42       12,308       0.79       501        470     117,684
 Plumas Co                       9,086        80,232       3.34        7,353       0.31     2,063        899
 Rancho Mirage                   2,874       641,327      28.79       83,383       3.74       716        540     377,901
 San Anselmo                     1,778       119,651       9.46        7,002       0.55    12,979     10,553
 San Juan Bautista               1,456        34,716      18.36          33        0.02         0          6        9,519
 San Marino                      3,224       203,913      15.23       15,700       1.17        84        248     258,000
 Santa Fe Springs                2,850       115,195       6.48       15,113       0.85    11,333      3,674     177,255
 Sausalito                       3,130        88,681      11.77        8,300       1.10    13,125     10,590     122,958
 Sierra Madre                    2,332       101,513       9.16        5,707       0.51       339        240      89,856
 Signal Hill                     2,442        89,059       7.79        1,307       0.11         0          0
 St Helena                       2,585       267,528      44.89        4,879       0.82    53,325     23,522     151,935
 Trinity Co                      2,392        39,170       2.81         911        0.07       254      1,091      33,015
 Vernon
 Willows                         2,704        51,781       3.66        2,746       0.19       707        800      37,476




   Group 7           SERVICES                                           64
Public Libraries-Children's Services                                                     FY 2008 - 2009
Group 1: Libraries with over 400,000 population
 Library                  Borrowers Population  Total Child   Materials   Materials   Children's Children's    Total Child      Total
                           Age 0-14   Age 0-14   Materials    Per Child   Expenditure Circulation Circ/Child    Programs     Attendance
Alameda Co                  63,987     63,987      460,665       7.20          506,766     2,927,741   45.76       2,462       45,243
Contra Costa Co             63,848    203,336      513,222       2.52          686,120     2,706,891   13.31       4,487      143,136
Fresno Co                   62,569    225,326      390,576       1.73          525,367     1,194,638    5.30       3,655      106,029
Kern Co                     35,574    198,646      310,720       1.56          175,041      533,716     2.69       1,653       42,587
Long Beach                  33,873    116,068      288,363       2.48          375,033      718,341     6.19      43,034      101,357
Los Angeles                279,066                1,374,300                1,494,196       5,260,166               7,591      183,814
Los Angeles Co            1,059,191   841,090     2,367,396      2.81      3,390,562       6,811,259    8.10      15,891      521,127
Oakland                     51,617     86,807      407,858       4.70          363,860      895,412    10.31       2,614       99,102
Orange Co                  119,362    358,056     1,118,962      3.13          559,528     2,609,364    7.29       5,417      172,280
Riverside Co               115,453    245,155      617,963       2.52               0      1,633,618    6.66       2,717       61,204
Sacramento                            316,023      535,986       1.70          404,129     2,466,873    7.81       2,167       72,971
San Bernardino Co           88,551                 354,648                     514,203     1,324,458               6,791      223,978
San Diego                  141,644    263,430     1,013,849      3.85          739,553     2,676,799   10.16       6,449      169,186
San Diego Co               175,611    203,397      602,951       2.96      1,843,612       2,464,404   12.12       9,221      238,920
San Francisco               45,643     94,010      528,791       5.62      1,763,533       2,210,513   23.51       6,658      269,543
San Jose                    84,190    213,602      876,842       4.11          664,658     6,295,709   29.47       6,383      246,752
Santa Clara Co              46,473     90,235      736,096       8.16      1,353,488       5,249,171   58.17       2,107      118,270
Sonoma Co                   42,686     97,811      236,614       2.42          275,692     1,178,133   12.04       1,549       59,974
Stanislaus Co               43,875    126,533      301,331       2.38          220,224     1,008,224    7.97       1,644       64,102
Stockton-San Joaquin Co    135,841     76,394      345,878       4.53          144,060      380,195     4.98       1,382       30,366
Ventura Co                  39,308     89,712      305,880       3.41          315,858      784,203     8.74       1,874       57,764




   Group 1          CHILDREN'S SERVICES                                   65
Public Libraries-Children's Services                                                      FY 2008 - 2009
Group 2: Libraries with 150,000 - 400,000 population
 Library                  Borrowers Population   Total Child   Materials   Materials   Children's Children's    Total Child      Total
                           Age 0-14    Age 0-14   Materials    Per Child   Expenditure Circulation Circ/Child    Programs     Attendance
Anaheim                     43,581      88,511      269,118       3.04          198,127     1,046,405   11.82       4,094      140,474
Butte Co                    17,571      37,232       78,238       2.10           43,895      260,283     6.99       1,047       30,722
Chula Vista                 45,758      54,993      158,741       2.89           45,000      278,148     5.06         699       18,601
El Dorado Co                14,778      35,629      116,076       3.26           45,654      347,126     9.74         921       34,481
Glendale                    44,989      34,155      167,193       4.90           62,681      442,219    12.95       1,401       35,020
Hayward                     23,295      32,055       56,768       1.77           85,692      321,429    10.03       1,147       25,447
Huntington Beach            13,813      49,962      140,871       2.82          107,000      425,797     8.52       1,128       96,557
Kings Co                     5,665      38,588       48,038       1.24           64,591       63,568     1.65         290        8,160
Madera Co                    5,875      36,315       87,226       2.40           29,205      104,110     2.87         264        6,658
Merced Co                    7,675      63,770       85,980       1.35           35,000       80,521     1.26         483        9,565
Monterey Co                 31,067      50,474      104,820       2.08          112,719      303,311     6.01       2,002       27,451
Moreno Valley               15,949      44,725       63,324       1.42           39,629      225,737     5.05         264        4,844
Oceanside                   22,246      44,219      115,923       2.62          135,348      220,319     4.98         474       19,010
Ontario                     24,596      53,000       91,520       1.73           74,472      266,438     5.03         752       24,880
Oxnard                      28,710      45,653      142,814       3.13           87,318      465,136    10.19         694       19,060
Palmdale                     9,295      48,884       56,689       1.16           43,504      239,603     4.90         193        8,383
Pasadena                    47,083      27,267      242,194       8.88          235,844                             2,688       74,292
Placer Co                   35,319      35,053      141,950       4.05           80,003      496,682    14.17         832       22,346
Pomona                      15,156      56,442       56,840       1.01           29,047      103,860     1.84         313       10,420
Rancho Cucamonga            27,276      42,123      114,542       2.72          280,000      535,838    12.72         892       38,151
Riverside                   85,818                  133,504                      37,826      403,442                  731       33,327
Salinas                     43,930      49,083       70,465       1.44          147,200      147,032     3.00         503       19,084
San Bernardino               7,451      57,573       60,503       1.05           33,000      118,827     2.06         556       20,868
San Luis Obispo City-Co                                                         172,382      489,081                  965       31,864
San Mateo Co                41,810      62,939      303,702       4.83          313,808     1,117,596   17.76       4,383      165,573
Santa Ana                   34,384      90,160      114,854       1.27          132,531      412,275     4.57         533       21,656
Santa Barbara               27,300      32,232      112,729       3.50           39,337                             1,590       40,192
Santa Cruz City-Co          17,218      27,213      138,575       5.09          174,770      690,958    25.39       1,494       39,058
Shasta Public Libraries     12,175      32,039       59,402       1.85           30,530      212,995     6.65         564       13,900
Solano Co                   34,739      72,977      267,290       3.66          532,356      965,007    13.22       3,184       91,211
Tulare Co                   11,855      75,822       82,008       1.08           66,500      226,110     2.98       4,408       11,821




   Group 2           CHILDREN'S SERVICES                                   66
Public Libraries-Children's Services                                                      FY 2008 - 2009
Group 3: Libraries with 100,000 - 150,000 population
 Library                  Borrowers Population   Total Child   Materials   Materials   Children's Children's    Total Child      Total
                           Age 0-14    Age 0-14   Materials    Per Child   Expenditure Circulation Circ/Child    Programs     Attendance
Berkeley                     9,954      11,036      178,291     16.16           177,021      641,285    58.11       1,033       30,386
Burbank                     34,099      20,211      155,522       7.69           92,500      461,737    22.85         918       35,872
Carlsbad                                            118,163                     209,525      571,267                1,394       43,915
Corona                      18,053      37,149       60,728       1.63           55,000      269,393     7.25         399       32,371
Daly City                               18,860       71,888       3.81           88,944      245,758    13.03         589       15,673
Downey                      12,255      26,116       55,551       2.13           83,500      252,686     9.68         192        5,641
Escondido                   22,820      34,635       54,691       1.58           27,000      220,646     6.37         426       12,390
Fullerton                   12,452      29,038      141,117       4.86           90,839      544,112    18.74       1,043       39,768
Humboldt Co                 13,334      21,145       88,759       4.20           37,778      148,420     7.02         830       13,579
Inglewood                   12,575      32,639       75,504       2.31           53,839       93,435     2.86         192        4,620
Marin Co                    10,251      25,628      149,219       5.82          175,277      681,036    26.57       1,146       35,215
Mission Viejo               12,697      21,922       72,944       3.33           92,227      442,261    20.17         213       19,421
Murrieta                    10,020      24,885       37,438       1.50           40,000      233,589     9.39         121        6,140
Napa Co                     10,672      30,022       74,158       2.47           97,775      332,180    11.06         862       18,244
Orange                      13,410      29,832      106,006       3.55           60,194      313,439    10.51         886       30,621
Richmond                    25,186      21,089       62,571       2.97           80,794       88,559     4.20         525       20,141
Roseville                   20,031      22,074       74,377       3.37           46,524      706,922    32.03         244       16,167
San Mateo                               16,800       73,459       4.37           50,802      261,561    15.57         779       36,241
Santa Clara                 22,632      20,049      141,968       7.08          271,505     1,414,204   70.54         273       32,466
Santa Maria                 14,402      38,749       68,087       1.76           16,000                                71        1,416
Sunnyvale                    7,666      24,643       89,030       3.61          149,969      928,173    37.66         373       18,733
Thousand Oaks                           27,295      165,195       6.05           95,729      402,106    14.73         393       12,789
Torrance                    14,548      26,184      169,599       6.48          177,000      566,892    21.65       1,121       29,388
Victorville                  5,312                   22,637                      74,000      104,124                  200        7,474
Yolo Co                     15,393      27,564      116,558       4.23           89,542      348,686    12.65         787       17,785




   Group 3       CHILDREN'S SERVICES                                       67
Public Libraries-Children's Services                                                       FY 2008 - 2009
Group 4: Libraries with 70,000 - 100,000 population
 Library                  Borrowers Population    Total Child   Materials   Materials   Children's Children's    Total Child      Total
                           Age 0-14    Age 0-14    Materials    Per Child   Expenditure Circulation Circ/Child    Programs     Attendance
Alameda                      12,610     15,635        60,522       3.87           55,420      257,709   16.48          693       20,876
Alhambra                      9,760     16,675        48,520       2.91           55,500      218,688   13.11          245        9,810
Buena Park Dist               8,808     19,196        36,942       1.92           39,410      227,713   11.86          288       18,222
Folsom                       15,407     15,407        43,334       2.81           19,651      337,557   21.91          399       17,654
Hemet                         8,219     13,580        31,763       2.34           14,247      173,427   12.77          139        6,175
Livermore                    10,448     19,076       110,183       5.78           53,225      291,118   15.26          417       20,044
Mendocino Co                  4,905     17,838        48,303       2.71               0       112,419    6.30          445        6,507
Mountain View                           10,980       118,201     10.77           117,070      679,422   61.88          421       23,530
Nevada Co                     6,499     16,477        64,753       3.93           11,838      196,092   11.90          560       13,660
Newport Beach                 7,454     15,224        86,402       5.68           91,850      601,654   39.52          715       32,130
Pleasanton                   12,790     14,284        76,962       5.39          110,564      639,883   44.80          323       15,462
Redlands                     16,474     17,658        31,960       1.81           31,413      132,982    7.53          292       10,131
Redwood City                 16,871     19,427       126,371       6.50          253,578      767,110   39.49       19,808      121,057
San Leandro                  22,127     16,003       127,810       7.99           65,500      323,304   20.20          671       42,403
Santa Monica                  6,157     11,571       110,211       9.52          138,363      384,243   33.21        1,485       56,172
Sutter Co                    11,666     18,936        57,875       3.06           64,938      159,786    8.44          709       37,652
Upland                       11,200     17,040        57,982       3.40           34,755      142,355    8.35          288       15,119
Whittier                     19,557     45,060       114,146       2.53           50,502      205,543    4.56          881       42,940
Yuba Co                      14,181     14,271        49,395       3.46           15,000       42,257    2.96          339        4,068




   Group 4        CHILDREN'S SERVICES                                       68
Public Libraries-Children's Services                                                      FY 2008 - 2009
Group 5: Libraries with 50,000 - 70,000 population
 Library                  Borrowers Population   Total Child   Materials   Materials   Children's Children's    Total Child      Total
                           Age 0-14    Age 0-14    Materials   Per Child   Expenditure Circulation Circ/Child    Programs     Attendance
Altadena Dist                3,779      13,421                                   32,500       67,924    5.06          344        9,190
Arcadia                                  9,657       64,663       6.70           56,000      444,795   46.06          243       10,492
Beaumont Dist                7,396      13,993       19,781       1.41           24,500       40,917    2.92          889       16,099
Cerritos                     6,654       7,930       85,370     10.77            96,541      398,446   50.25          413       15,441
Colton                       8,796      14,521       24,442       1.68           11,350       65,092    4.48          183        3,252
Glendora                     5,592      11,265       34,177       3.03           43,276      166,196   14.75          564       23,630
Imperial Co                  1,501      13,878       20,735       1.49            3,553        9,911    0.71           77        2,601
Lake Co                      2,971      11,381       43,085       3.79           71,525       62,841    5.52           96        2,397
Lodi                         8,576      15,005       50,359       3.36           29,198      102,561    6.84          284        7,698
Lompoc                      11,825      17,257       36,506       2.12           33,314       99,187    5.75          345        8,637
Monterey Park                6,871      11,398       76,182       6.68           44,382      222,896   19.56          611        9,896
National City               19,842      13,707       84,293       6.15                       127,082    9.27        2,879      309,570
Palo Alto                   10,380      10,434       83,100       7.96          113,839      667,463   63.97          489       32,951
Palos Verdes Dist            4,602      11,285       91,130       8.08           82,251      368,856   32.69          889       35,539
Placentia Dist               3,232       9,355       36,904       3.94           30,493       80,417    8.60          202        7,407
Porterville                  4,557      13,750       30,941       2.25           33,154       75,428    5.49          217        7,521
Redondo Beach                8,090      10,782       60,440       5.61           32,710      292,974   27.17          232        7,091
San Benito Co                9,525      12,938       26,912       2.08           11,634       66,644    5.15          273        8,869
San Rafael                   4,439      10,937       42,595       3.89           29,558      127,392   11.65          665       16,932
South San Francisco          9,680      13,152       60,162       4.57           75,113      233,359   17.74        1,263       36,083
Tehama Co                    4,324      14,076       20,147       1.43           10,182       22,630    1.61           68        3,158
Tulare                       4,723      20,242       26,911       1.33           41,060       39,498    1.95          110        1,766
Tuolumne Co                  4,501       8,236       26,233       3.19           13,957       43,149    5.24          914       12,001
Watsonville                 11,089      16,366       41,407       2.53           19,428       85,241    5.21          200        3,994
Woodland                     8,216      14,099       36,383       2.58           37,406      127,007    9.01          227       10,909
Yorba Linda                  5,905      16,347       58,757       3.59           87,800      419,602   25.67          546       35,157




   Group 5          CHILDREN'S SERVICES                                    69
Public Libraries-Children's Services                                                     FY 2008 - 2009
Group 6: Libraries with 25,000 - 50,000 population
 Library                  Borrowers Population   Total Child   Materials   Materials   Children's Children's    Total Child      Total
                           Age 0-14    Age 0-14    Materials   Per Child   Expenditure Circulation Circ/Child    Programs     Attendance
Amador Co                    4,575       5,136       21,887       4.26          16,000       18,640    3.63           224        2,815
Azusa                        5,783      14,695       34,348       2.34           8,049       36,708    2.50           142        7,120
Banning Dist                 4,735       5,542       10,701       1.93          22,060       34,962    6.31           232        4,090
Benicia                      4,096       5,900       41,905       7.10          34,409      143,508   24.32           391       15,591
Beverly Hills                6,349       5,262       76,596     14.56           44,158      230,849   43.87           321        9,281
Brawley                      3,872       4,665       15,444       3.31          19,200       43,759    9.38            26          865
Burlingame                   6,303       6,928       55,059       7.95          53,000      263,728   38.07           483       19,635
Calaveras Co                 3,449                   34,176                      5,831       44,344                   130        1,185
Calexico                    14,143       8,132       35,339       4.35           3,309       60,968    7.50           226        6,181
Coalinga Dist                1,592       4,374       22,984       5.25          12,448       22,156    5.07           215        5,092
Covina                       4,807      11,070       31,895       2.88          28,470       63,340    5.72           357        4,053
Del Norte Co Dist              914       8,077       10,788       1.34           1,000        9,884    1.22            19          285
Dixon Dist                   1,246       4,356       19,483       4.47          25,532       45,116   10.36           241        9,569
El Centro                    3,028      11,950       47,408       3.97          24,536       42,366    3.55           115        2,814
Lassen Dist                    430       3,700       11,716       3.17            371        12,020    3.25            83        1,314
Lincoln                      4,824       8,774       25,817       2.94                      108,709   12.39           254       11,724
Los Gatos                    2,890       6,025       34,811       5.78          55,960      158,332   26.28           346       12,329
Menlo Park                   4,084       6,737       61,739       9.16          44,254      295,875   43.92         1,505       52,505
Monrovia                     9,653       8,727       43,859       5.03          20,895       69,839    8.00           218       18,093
Monterey                     2,986       4,101       34,476       8.41          28,045      195,294   47.62           139        6,817
Moorpark                     3,012       9,599       16,830       1.75                       49,056    5.11            78        3,443
Palm Springs                 2,126       6,719       29,032       4.32          18,866      103,934   15.47           244        6,139
Palo Verde Valley Dist       3,984       5,504       17,723       3.22           5,514        9,070    1.65           120        2,019
Paso Robles                  5,474       8,206       20,602       2.51           3,941       73,800    8.99           268        9,440
San Bruno                    3,238       7,581       33,320       4.40          25,502      125,044   16.49           192        6,448
Santa Paula Dist                                     25,003                     15,000                                262        7,321
Siskiyou Co                  5,832       7,468       38,904       5.21           5,000       40,332    5.40           446        3,365
South Pasadena               3,951       4,675       46,419       9.93          44,692      187,944   40.20           315       21,366




   Group 6          CHILDREN'S SERVICES                                    70
Public Libraries-Children's Services                                                    FY 2008 - 2009
Group 7: Libraries with under 25,000 population
 Library                  Borrowers Population  Total Child   Materials   Materials   Children's Children's    Total Child      Total
                           Age 0-14   Age 0-14   Materials    Per Child   Expenditure Circulation Circ/Child    Programs     Attendance
Alpine Co                     304        210         7,278     34.66            1,500        3,505    16.69           63          623
Belvedere-Tiburon            1,011                  19,021                     35,032       85,563                   223        4,743
Calabasas                    7,316      5,646       18,458       3.27          35,127       86,949    15.40          163        6,269
Carmel                       1,779       214        24,440    114.21           19,500       31,517   147.28           91        1,584
Colusa Co                    1,541      5,511       42,770       7.76          23,501       19,044     3.46          135        5,441
Commerce                     6,583      3,551                                  54,245       66,300    18.67          587       20,149
Coronado                                            46,968                     56,566      115,867                   386       20,536
El Segundo                   2,565      3,293      101,200     30.73           47,000      135,284    41.08          134        3,838
Imperial                     3,844      5,620       11,502       2.05           2,276       20,859     3.71           67        1,235
Inyo Co                                 3,510                                   2,770       14,345     4.09           67          575
Irwindale                     563        289         7,927     27.43            9,800        9,776    33.83           75        1,786
Larkspur                      665       1,966       11,907       6.06           9,152       49,796    25.33           94        2,275
Mariposa Co                  1,007      3,204       33,858     10.57            8,000       25,452     7.94          108        2,170
Mill Valley                  1,371      2,446       27,868     11.39           21,740      113,290    46.32          479       17,184
Modoc Co                      355       1,809       17,216       9.52           3,000       16,160     8.93          152        1,350
Mono Co                      1,059      2,647       24,441       9.23          11,000       32,755    12.37        1,081       12,029
Orland                        787                                               3,000        7,204                   106        1,940
Pacific Grove                4,246      2,186       27,941     12.78           10,583       59,285    27.12          261        7,307
Plumas Co                    1,086      3,929       18,336       4.67           5,942       17,769     4.52          284        4,676
Rancho Mirage                5,772      1,747       21,387     12.24           44,590       94,531    54.11          281        9,612
San Anselmo                   897       2,327       12,931       5.56          10,594       32,216    13.84           32        2,113
San Juan Bautista             177        565                                       0         5,000     8.85            0            0
San Marino                   6,595      2,666       28,789     10.80           13,000      107,095    40.17          187        8,625
Santa Fe Springs            10,449      4,300       26,927       6.26          20,000       37,825     8.80        1,656       21,401
Sausalito                     155        458        10,531     22.99            6,150       16,150    35.26           58        1,316
Sierra Madre                 2,725      1,744       22,719     13.03           17,122       39,680    22.75          179        5,226
Signal Hill                  2,516                   9,292                                  20,302                    87          891
St Helena                    1,565      1,228       30,742     25.03           26,902       89,668    73.02          680       11,267
Trinity Co                   1,329      1,964        9,808       4.99           3,052        9,034     4.60           60        1,222
Vernon                                                                                                                 0            0
Willows                      2,223      3,396       20,508       6.04           6,000        9,920     2.92            6          383




   Group 7          CHILDREN'S SERVICES                                   71
Public Libraries-Literacy Services                                                       FY 2008 - 2009
Group 1: Libraries with over 400,000 population
Library                      Adults     Volunteer   Volunteer    Children    Children   # Books      CLLS      Local and     FTE
                           Instructed    Tutors      Hours      < 5 Years   5-17 Years Given Away   Funding     CLLS     Literacy Staff
 Alameda Co                   310          155        3,313                                 2,186    65,979    991,718       6.87
 Contra Costa Co              206          178       11,889           36           29        221     57,913    424,546       4.80
 Fresno Co                    426          259       10,932          993           40       3,537    60,295    197,880       4.50
 Kern Co                                                                                                             0
 Long Beach                                                                                                          0
 Los Angeles                1,554          994       48,223          265           41       2,599   172,163   1,091,169     15.50
 Los Angeles Co                                                                                                298,576
 Oakland                      283           97        3,410           59           54        911     64,428    476,357       4.81
 Orange Co                    632          411       13,805          401          338       3,096    82,471    589,147       8.92
 Riverside Co                  83           76        1,875            7           14        340     44,935    215,918       3.35
 Sacramento                   293          159       24,183                                  795     49,813    274,226       4.30
 San Bernardino Co          1,136          542       25,355          900         1,131      4,768   185,516   1,973,000     18.00
 San Diego                    442          250       25,942          111           60       4,160    94,413    467,161       8.34
 San Diego Co                 156          109       31,311                                  515     39,545    372,644       9.00
 San Francisco                186          211        7,602           37           19        984     60,734     60,164       4.90
 San Jose                     252          239       20,504           62           60       1,210    55,171    412,139       7.70
 Santa Clara Co               436          111        8,536           23           30       2,047    94,352    695,186       8.10
 Sonoma Co                    193          158        8,494           61           45       1,711    32,089    128,087       2.75
 Stanislaus Co              1,042          140        5,008          118          115       7,688   131,052    222,560      13.88
 Stockton-San Joaquin Co      104           84        3,222        2,103          507       3,090    52,762    276,480       5.19
 Ventura Co                   239          144        8,682                                   55     39,294    225,169       4.92




   Group 1           LITERACY SERVICES                                      72
Public Libraries-Literacy Services                                                     FY 2008 - 2009
Group 2: Libraries with 150,000 - 400,000 population
Library                      Adults     Volunteer   Volunteer    Children    Children   # Books      CLLS     Local and     FTE
                           Instructed    Tutors      Hours      < 5 Years   5-17 Years Given Away   Funding    CLLS     Literacy Staff
 Anaheim                       74           40        1,037                                  28     10,000     10,011       0.35
 Butte Co                      62           53        5,073        1,959         233       6,943    55,179    282,405       5.53
 Chula Vista                                                                                                        0
 El Dorado Co                                                                                                   1,677
 Glendale                     298           57        4,013           34          22        754     52,714    153,289       6.21
 Hayward                      118          111        5,845           41          40       1,640    43,039    184,951       4.45
 Huntington Beach             202          157       12,727           26          27        740     49,952    221,235       3.54
 Kings Co                                                                                                           0
 Madera Co                                                                                                          0
 Merced Co                       6           5          232                                  75     41,000     89,000       1.00
 Monterey Co                   89           95        4,237          289          35       1,676    41,429    156,433       2.50
 Moreno Valley                                                                                                      0
 Oceanside                     46           41        3,663                                 600     19,425    118,398       1.50
 Ontario                       43           21          876                                 157     36,900     36,900       2.78
 Oxnard                                                                                                        19,160
 Palmdale                     196           88        6,418                                 425     27,907    135,340       3.00
 Pasadena                     110          109        6,385                                  62     19,800     77,623       1.15
 Placer Co                     62           54        1,329                                 122     15,773     58,552       0.50
 Pomona                        41           32          882           10           2         25     28,427     67,708       1.64
 Rancho Cucamonga              62           53        3,115           11           5        230     29,064    101,020       2.75
 Riverside                       9          10          164                                  20                     0       0.50
 Salinas                      385           41        8,635          363         141       2,331    45,804    320,339       5.90
 San Bernardino               792          102        2,565            9           6        887     66,057    159,347       4.75
 San Luis Obispo City-Co      797          434       26,503                                1,410    57,760     92,208       1.75
 San Mateo Co                 324           59        3,871        7,194                  19,973    62,044    321,916       7.00
 Santa Ana
 Santa Barbara                213          175        7,930            9           5        597     43,037     79,956       3.70
 Santa Cruz City-Co                                                                                                 0
 Shasta Public Libraries      122           89        6,164                                 639     36,900     81,612       0.90
 Solano Co                    260          177       14,539           70          56      18,000    68,961    578,384       6.83
 Tulare Co                    275           83       11,790                                2,660    48,383    229,040       3.80




   Group 2          LITERACY SERVICES                                       73
Public Libraries-Literacy Services                                                     FY 2008 - 2009
Group 3: Libraries with 100,000 - 150,000 population
Library                    Adults     Volunteer   Volunteer    Children    Children   # Books      CLLS     Local and     FTE
                         Instructed    Tutors      Hours      < 5 Years   5-17 Years Given Away   Funding    CLLS     Literacy Staff
 Berkeley                   206          188        6,939           75           73       1,903   52,836    263,753       3.98
 Burbank                     62           69        4,761           10            5        548    37,063    194,011       2.50
 Carlsbad                   103           85        9,732                                  453    30,056    476,960       5.75
 Corona                      94           83        2,922           21           10        755    33,681     95,000       2.35
 Daly City                                                                                                        0
 Downey                     145          118        4,973                                  741    25,239    134,163       1.20
 Escondido                  172           86        4,412          817         2,555      2,887   50,194     58,824       7.55
 Fullerton                                                                                                        0
 Humboldt Co                 72           64        4,463                                   35    18,152     18,152       0.90
 Inglewood                                                                                                        0
 Marin Co                   198           31        3,420          735          374       2,884   43,852    137,981       3.42
 Mission Viejo                                                                                                    0
 Murrieta                                                                                                         0
 Napa Co                     75           82        2,140           22           11        414    43,429    189,897       3.35
 Orange                                                                                                           0
 Richmond                   854           45       14,057          164          230       2,809   82,995    676,449       6.69
 Roseville                                                                                                        0
 San Mateo                  177           60        5,493           46           51       1,582   41,831    282,063       3.07
 Santa Clara                148          105        7,449           22           10        594    45,125    264,796       5.87
 Santa Maria                 55           46        6,002                                  903    31,050     31,050       1.50
 Sunnyvale                                                                                                        0
 Thousand Oaks                                                                                                    0
 Torrance                                                                                                     1,000
 Victorville                                                                                                      0
 Yolo Co                     25           13        1,334                                  101    31,050    101,737       0.88




    Group 3      LITERACY SERVICES                                        74
Public Libraries-Literacy Services                                                   FY 2008 - 2009
Group 4: Libraries with 70,000 - 100,000 population
Library                    Adults     Volunteer   Volunteer    Children    Children   # Books      CLLS      Local and     FTE
                         Instructed    Tutors      Hours      < 5 Years   5-17 Years Given Away   Funding     CLLS     Literacy Staff
 Alameda                     75           60          2,927                               684      17,990     35,222       2.00
 Alhambra                   160          102          1,859         71          26        478      33,671    195,968       3.50
 Buena Park Dist                                                                                                   0
 Folsom                                                                                                            0
 Hemet                      140           63          7,339         82          60        729      32,274     51,328       2.25
 Livermore                  287          206       18,196                                 669      28,026     90,963       0.98
 Mendocino Co                                                                                                      0
 Mountain View                                                                                                14,700
 Nevada Co                  112           94          4,633          4           7       1,075     25,885     78,121       2.00
 Newport Beach              147          121          7,533         15           2        194      31,077     87,198       1.30
 Pleasanton                  85           76          4,053                                78      25,200     96,972       1.07
 Redlands                                                                                                          0
 Redwood City               775          560       72,566          214         240      17,844    111,619   1,006,670     14.50
 San Leandro                320          197          5,777        114          45        700      38,436    126,817       2.75
 Santa Monica                                                                                                      0
 Sutter Co                  182           62          7,502         90         118       4,777     45,793    123,790       5.00
 Upland                      60           54          4,443         24          19        341      26,645     81,010       1.60
 Whittier                                                                                                          0
 Yuba Co                                                                                                       1,524




    Group 4        LITERACY SERVICES                                      75
Public Libraries-Literacy Services                                                      FY 2008 - 2009
Group 5: Libraries with 50,000 - 70,000 population
Library                     Adults     Volunteer   Volunteer    Children    Children   # Books      CLLS     Local and     FTE
                          Instructed    Tutors      Hours      < 5 Years   5-17 Years Given Away   Funding    CLLS     Literacy Staff
 Altadena Dist                82           11         2,591                                  75     13,138    74,207       2.13
 Arcadia                                                                                                           0
 Beaumont Dist                29           20         2,180                                  35     20,700    63,222       1.00
 Cerritos                                                                                                          0
 Colton                       55           21         1,623          19           11       1,230    33,578    31,941       3.00
 Glendora                     57           50         2,848                                 862     15,425    39,754       1.30
 Imperial Co                  26            8          597                                   68     24,468    25,016       1.45
 Lake Co                     114           84         3,377          39           32        531     36,472    70,806       1.52
 Lodi                         70           51         5,538                                  74     18,318    66,165       2.50
 Lompoc                       87           63         4,959          39           37       2,566    28,083    67,507       0.99
 Monterey Park                82           74         3,436          35           18        135     35,498   157,719       5.31
 National City               194           45         3,308       6,415         1,108      4,808    56,653                15.88
 Palo Alto                                                                                                         0
 Palos Verdes Dist                                                                                                 0
 Placentia Dist               16           36         1,052                                 133     44,198         0       1.80
 Porterville                  46           28         1,621                                 284     26,941     2,500       1.50
 Redondo Beach                                                                                                     0
 San Benito Co                47           43         1,972         894         2,012       707     35,200    63,200       1.15
 San Rafael                  989          283        15,719          83          214       3,078   105,168   443,064       5.78
 South San Francisco         175          100         9,953       3,250         1,577      5,380    74,698   435,571      10.97
 Tehama Co                                                                                                         0
 Tulare                      104           78         2,954                                 579     29,805   100,720       1.76
 Tuolumne Co                  58           27         1,642         139           28       2,023    24,833    36,418       2.30
 Watsonville                  80           41         5,186          12            5        358     35,872   195,322       2.10
 Woodland                    418          109        10,519                                 377     27,524   117,616       1.85
 Yorba Linda                                                                                                       0




    Group 5          LITERACY SERVICES                                     76
Public Libraries-Literacy Services                                                    FY 2008 - 2009
Group 6: Libraries with 25,000 - 50,000 population
Library                     Adults     Volunteer   Volunteer    Children    Children   # Books      CLLS     Local and     FTE
                          Instructed    Tutors      Hours      < 5 Years   5-17 Years Given Away   Funding    CLLS     Literacy Staff
 Amador Co                   111           24         2,750                                330     18,810     79,640       1.00
 Azusa                                                                                                             0
 Banning Dist                                                                                                      0
 Benicia                     144           65         5,087          40          20        743     30,943    179,874       3.40
 Beverly Hills               132          121         5,426           8           5        267     47,015    419,841       3.07
 Brawley                      27           12          503        3,533          56      13,862    33,955     37,916       6.63
 Burlingame                                                                                                    8,000
 Calaveras Co                121           41         2,389                                178     18,425     53,474       0.80
 Calexico                     58            8         1,311          22          10       1,289    23,673     30,920       1.64
 Coalinga Dist                                                                                                     0
 Covina                      140           78        13,651                                 48     21,061          0       2.00
 Del Norte Co Dist           123           27         7,642          50          26        772     27,448     27,499       4.75
 Dixon Dist                                                                                                        0
 El Centro                                                                                                     2,000
 Lassen Dist                  53           24          634           11           1         74     20,000     10,000       0.50
 Lincoln
 Los Gatos                                                                                                         0
 Menlo Park                  168          126        11,780          36          22        781     45,685    175,514       1.80
 Monrovia                     88           73         2,889          20         108        273     48,491     57,000       3.45
 Monterey                                                                                                          0
 Moorpark                                                                                                          0
 Palm Springs                                                                                                      0
 Palo Verde Valley Dist                                                                                            0
 Paso Robles                                                                                                       0
 San Bruno                                                                                                     7,000
 Santa Paula Dist             69           46         2,964          36          32        351     27,768     87,400       2.55
 Siskiyou Co                  24           15          436                                   2     23,000     41,850       0.81
 South Pasadena                                                                                                    0




    Group 6          LITERACY SERVICES                                     77
Public Libraries-Literacy Services                                                    FY 2008 - 2009
Group 7: Libraries with under 25,000 population
Library                     Adults     Volunteer   Volunteer    Children    Children   # Books      CLLS     Local and     FTE
                          Instructed    Tutors      Hours      < 5 Years   5-17 Years Given Away   Funding    CLLS     Literacy Staff
 Alpine Co                                                                                                         0
 Belvedere-Tiburon                                                                                                 0
 Calabasas                                                                                                         0
 Carmel                                                                                                            0
 Colusa Co                    22           17          624        1,758         484      7,909     32,711     15,584       1.72
 Commerce                     25           22        1,212                                247      31,419    243,334       2.50
 Coronado                                                                                                          0
 El Segundo                                                                                                    5,000
 Imperial                       2           2           96                                  0      17,500     18,758       0.60
 Inyo Co                                                                                                           0
 Irwindale                                                                                                         0
 Larkspur
 Mariposa Co                                                                                                       0
 Mill Valley                                                                                                       0
 Modoc Co                                                                                                          0
 Mono Co
 Orland                                                                                                            0
 Pacific Grove                                                                                                     0
 Plumas Co                   127           45        2,841          147          57      1,623     55,588    107,604       3.48
 Rancho Mirage                                                                                                     0
 San Anselmo                                                                                                       0
 San Juan Bautista                                                                                                 0
 San Marino                                                                                                        0
 Santa Fe Springs             42           39        7,051                               2,205     30,605     46,900       2.60
 Sausalito                                                                                                         0
 Sierra Madre                                                                                                      0
 Signal Hill                                                                                                       0
 St Helena                                                                                                         0
 Trinity Co                                                                                                        0
 Vernon
 Willows                      97           17          722           24           5       539      51,682     51,739       2.28




    Group 7          LITERACY SERVICES                                     78
Public Libraries-Salaries                                                                     FY 2008 - 2009
Group 1: Libraries with over 400,000 population
Library                    Library Director    Assistant        Chief of         Branch       Journey Level   Entry Level        LTA             Clerk
                                               Director         Division        Librarian       Librarian      Librarian
 Alameda Co                 9,374 - 13,123    9,402 - 11,440 8,261 - 10,024 6,774 - 8,230     4,571 - 5,263   4,113 - 4,708   3,967 - 4,711 3,276 - 3,689
 Contra Costa Co           10,004 - 12,767          -         7,612 - 9,252   5,321 - 7,055   4,609 - 5,886   4,021 - 5,134   2,955 - 4,618 2,682 - 3,785
 Fresno Co                  6,653 - 11,593    4,961 - 8,861   3,449 - 6,235   4,589 - 5,858   3,878 - 4,953   3,518 - 4,491   2,307 - 2,946 2,110 - 2,693
 Kern Co                    7,970 - 9,728     6,058 - 7,394   5,321 - 6,496   4,513 - 5,510   3,713 - 4,533   3,533 - 4,313   2,699 - 3,294 2,072 - 2,529
 Long Beach                13,179 - 13,179    8,656 - 8,656   4,950 - 6,734   4,587 - 6,235        -          4,149 - 5,638         -         2,763 - 3,774
 Los Angeles                      - 16,666 10,201 - 12,673 8,907 - 11,065 5,307 - 6,593       4,371 - 5,544   4,350 - 4,662   3,650 - 4,536 2,718 - 3,378
 Los Angeles Co            12,800 - 19,373 11,076 - 16,764 9,584 - 14,507 5,127 - 6,544       4,356 - 5,561   4,127 - 5,268   3,420 - 4,476 2,257 - 2,955
 Oakland                   10,126 - 15,190 10,715 - 13,156 6,576 - 8,073      5,775 - 7,090   5,073 - 6,230   4,701 - 5,779   3,942 - 4,843 2,449 - 3,008
 Orange Co                 12,017 - 12,017    7,686 - 14,733 6,148 - 11,289 4,855 - 7,287     4,855 - 6,538   4,358 - 6,204   2,727 - 3,931 2,505 - 3,103
 Riverside Co                     -                 -         4,583 - 5,970   3,250 - 4,910        -          3,250 - 4,910   2,125 - 3,224         -
 Sacramento                12,308 - 12,308 10,727 - 10,727 6,456 - 11,621 5,216 - 6,990       3,894 - 5,218   3,894 - 5,218   3,208 - 4,299 2,419 - 3,242
 San Bernardino Co         10,811 - 11,135    8,157 - 8,401   6,375 - 6,566   4,749 - 4,891   3,815 - 3,929   4,209 - 4,335   2,647 - 2,727         -
 San Diego                 10,584 - 10,584          -         9,325 - 9,325   4,621 - 6,167   4,173 - 5,025   3,626 - 4,369   2,416 - 3,119 2,684 - 3,247
 San Diego Co              10,764 - 16,987    6,760 - 14,070 5,559 - 7,883    4,739 - 5,762   4,306 - 5,233   3,897 - 4,735   2,090 - 4,207 1,953 - 1,953
 San Francisco             17,695 - 17,695 13,713 - 13,713 11,267 - 11,267 6,262 - 7,612      5,679 - 6,905   5,124 - 6,227   4,786 - 5,818 3,742 - 4,584
 San Jose                  11,817 - 18,470    9,701 - 15,123 7,991 - 12,204 6,903 - 8,411     5,708 - 6,942   5,335 - 6,486   4,789 - 5,821 3,491 - 4,241
 Santa Clara Co            11,238 - 14,861 10,276 - 12,111 7,111 - 8,643      7,005 - 8,515   4,952 - 5,995   4,701 - 5,688   3,335 - 4,768 2,798 - 3,560
 Sonoma Co                 12,695 - 12,695          -         6,984 - 8,488   5,812 - 7,065   4,675 - 5,684   4,456 - 5,418   3,588 - 4,361 2,560 - 3,113
 Stanislaus Co              7,394 - 11,090          -         5,223 - 7,833   4,505 - 5,474   4,073 - 4,952   3,668 - 4,460   2,728 - 3,318 2,366 - 2,876
 Stockton-San Joaquin Co    9,375 - 12,033    7,661 - 9,835   5,699 - 7,316   4,746 - 6,093   4,501 - 5,779   3,686 - 4,732   3,359 - 4,312 2,761 - 3,545
 Ventura Co                11,286 - 12,777          -         5,400 - 7,560   4,078 - 6,256   3,793 - 6,256   3,370 - 4,716   2,137 - 3,539 1,824 - 3,599




   Group 1         SALARIES                                                     79
Public Libraries-Salaries                                                                      FY 2008 - 2009
Group 2: Libraries with 150,000 - 400,000 population
Library                    Library Director    Assistant         Chief of         Branch       Journey Level   Entry Level        LTA             Clerk
                                               Director          Division        Librarian       Librarian      Librarian
 Anaheim                    8,560 - 11,770    7,764 - 10,676 7,042 - 9,683     6,084 - 8,365   4,805 - 5,840   4,160 - 5,309   3,494 - 4,246 2,506 - 3,200
 Butte Co                   8,485 - 8,485           -          3,698 - 4,956   3,698 - 4,956        -          2,961 - 3,968   2,257 - 3,024 2,045 - 2,740
 Chula Vista               10,424 - 12,670    8,484 - 10,312 7,387 - 8,979     5,757 - 6,998   4,116 - 5,003   3,741 - 4,548   3,401 - 4,134 3,095 - 3,762
 El Dorado Co               7,519 - 9,140           -                -         4,040 - 4,912   3,513 - 4,269   3,162 - 3,845   2,675 - 3,250 2,104 - 2,558
 Glendale                   9,773 - 12,216    8,263 - 10,232 7,403 - 9,172     5,340 - 6,615   4,719 - 6,155   4,394 - 5,744   3,551 - 4,638 3,048 - 3,986
 Hayward                   11,136 - 13,549          -          5,583 - 6,791   5,583 - 6,791   4,343 - 5,274   4,343 - 5,274   3,295 - 3,962         -
 Huntington Beach          11,232 - 13,915    6,079 - 7,533    5,236 - 6,486   3,602 - 4,462   4,332 - 5,365   4,332 - 5,365   3,940 - 4,881 2,737 - 3,392
 Kings Co                   6,500 - 8,450           -          4,576 - 5,583   3,713 - 4,531        -          3,361 - 4,101         -         1,924 - 2,347
 Madera Co                  6,961 - 8,462           -                -                -        4,250 - 5,166   2,997 - 3,643   2,568 - 3,122 2,104 - 2,557
 Merced Co                  9,635 - 10,119          -          5,967 - 6,583          -        4,031 - 4,255         -               -         2,556 - 3,366
 Monterey Co                8,985 - 12,272          -          5,073 - 6,925   3,425 - 4,676        -          3,113 - 4,252   2,244 - 3,668 2,437 - 3,734
 Moreno Valley              6,422 - 9,043           -                -                -        4,793 - 6,748   3,943 - 5,552         -         2,802 - 3,945
 Oceanside                  8,000 - 10,600          -          6,760 - 8,623   4,656 - 6,360   3,512 - 4,819   3,269 - 4,380   2,758 - 4,056 2,142 - 3,200
 Ontario                    8,338 - 10,135    6,137 - 7,460    4,908 - 6,025   4,908 - 6,025   4,267 - 5,239   3,879 - 4,763   2,817 - 3,424 2,319 - 2,819
 Oxnard                     9,586 - 13,182          -          4,775 - 7,640   4,270 - 5,977   3,881 - 5,434   3,493 - 4,891   2,630 - 4,041 2,375 - 3,326
 Palmdale                   9,662 - 12,331          -          6,228 - 7,943          -        5,124 - 6,540   4,647 - 5,932   3,641 - 4,647 2,464 - 3,145
 Pasadena                         - 13,854    9,597 - 8,637    7,259 - 6,533   6,241 - 5,617        -          5,381 - 4,843   4,172 - 3,186 3,863 - 2,874
 Placer Co                  8,147 - 9,901     6,614 - 8,039    5,583 - 6,790   5,046 - 6,134   4,577 - 5,564   4,152 - 5,046   3,670 - 4,461 2,810 - 3,416
 Pomona                     8,351 - 11,192    5,760 - 6,999    4,964 - 6,035          -        4,281 - 5,206   3,879 - 4,716   3,345 - 4,066 2,745 - 3,337
 Rancho Cucamonga           7,245 - 11,281    7,610 - 9,765    5,475 - 7,026   4,530 - 6,651   4,288 - 5,502   3,842 - 4,930   2,820 - 4,440 2,593 - 3,327
 Riverside                  9,488 - 11,856    8,227 - 10,000         -         3,974 - 6,150   3,795 - 5,339   3,795 - 5,339   3,269 - 3,974 2,323 - 3,604
 Salinas                          - 14,359    5,765 - 7,008          -         5,228 - 6,356   3,883 - 4,719   3,608 - 4,385   2,869 - 3,488 2,527 - 3,072
 San Bernardino             9,302 - 11,307    6,896 - 8,383    6,242 - 7,587   4,402 - 5,351   3,606 - 4,383   3,984 - 4,843   2,954 - 3,591 2,420 - 2,941
 San Luis Obispo City-Co    8,681 - 10,551    6,467 - 7,862    5,866 - 7,131   4,099 - 4,982        -          3,702 - 4,501   3,009 - 3,659 2,888 - 3,546
 San Mateo Co              11,444 - 14,306    9,416 - 11,770 7,378 - 9,222     6,374 - 7,967   4,828 - 6,034   4,427 - 5,533   3,793 - 4,741 3,578 - 4,472
 Santa Ana                  8,236 - 11,638    6,735 - 8,189    5,101 - 6,510          -        4,448 - 5,678   4,339 - 5,542   3,237 - 4,132 2,690 - 3,432
 Santa Barbara             10,483 - 12,742          -          7,505 - 9,123   6,026 - 7,325   4,468 - 5,430   4,064 - 4,939   3,808 - 4,629 2,997 - 3,644
 Santa Cruz City-Co        10,747 - 13,714    7,735 - 10,469 6,037 - 8,171     4,283 - 6,327   3,302 - 4,731   3,059 - 4,520   2,937 - 4,340 2,307 - 3,408
 Shasta Public Libraries    5,267 - 6,723     4,087 - 5,216    2,834 - 3,618          -        2,753 - 3,513   2,436 - 3,110   2,074 - 2,647 1,586 - 2,232
 Solano Co                        - 12,213    8,373 - 10,178 6,994 - 8,502     5,708 - 6,938   4,169 - 5,068   3,609 - 4,387   3,609 - 4,387 2,731 - 3,353
 Tulare Co                 12,083 - 12,083    6,666 - 6,666    4,542 - 5,535          -        3,526 - 4,298   2,805 - 3,419   1,867 - 2,275         -




   Group 2          SALARIES                                                     80
Public Libraries-Salaries                                                                     FY 2008 - 2009
Group 3: Libraries with 100,000 - 150,000 population
Library                    Library Director    Assistant        Chief of         Branch       Journey Level   Entry Level        LTA             Clerk
                                               Director         Division        Librarian       Librarian      Librarian
 Berkeley                 11,201 - 15,398     8,629 - 11,340 7,102 - 8,558    6,508 - 7,839   5,462 - 6,495   4,963 - 5,951   4,303 - 5,168 3,621 - 4,303
 Burbank                   9,536 - 11,587     8,106 - 9,849         -         5,106 - 6,205        -          4,167 - 5,204   3,412 - 4,262 2,596 - 3,242
 Carlsbad                  9,008 - 12,883     5,558 - 7,633   4,799 - 5,833   4,942 - 6,775   4,133 - 5,024   3,632 - 4,415   3,354 - 4,077 2,391 - 2,995
 Corona                   11,030 - 13,466           -         6,834 - 8,342          -        5,066 - 6,185   3,968 - 4,844   2,798 - 3,416 2,148 - 2,622
 Daly City                12,582 - 15,292     9,089 - 11,047 5,679 - 6,903    5,679 - 6,903   5,165 - 6,279   5,165 - 6,279   3,627 - 4,407 4,247 - 5,161
 Downey                    7,480 - 9,126      5,793 - 7,068   5,192 - 6,432          -        3,596 - 4,455   4,422 - 4,665   2,772 - 3,434 1,300 - 1,610
 Escondido                 6,458 - 8,718            -         5,313 - 7,173   4,464 - 5,426   4,044 - 4,916   3,664 - 4,454   3,286 - 3,994 2,862 - 3,479
 Fullerton                 8,666 - 13,000           -         5,803 - 7,053   5,280 - 6,418        -          3,931 - 5,017   2,905 - 3,707 2,544 - 3,246
 Humboldt Co               7,971 -                  -         4,790 - 6,460   3,641 - 4,910   2,953 - 3,982   2,581 - 3,480   1,820 - 2,740 1,784 - 2,809
 Inglewood                 6,813 - 10,144     4,486 - 6,355   4,021 - 5,696   4,021 - 5,696   3,586 - 5,055   3,230 - 4,576   2,881 - 4,082 1,994 - 3,120
 Marin Co                         - 12,511    8,048 - 9,786   7,003 - 8,389   6,119 - 7,282   4,938 - 5,878   4,404 - 5,246   3,369 - 5,072 3,162 - 3,738
 Mission Viejo             9,060 - 12,232           -         5,235 - 7,067          -        3,881 - 5,240   3,512 - 4,742   3,132 - 4,228 2,565 - 3,463
 Murrieta                  8,134 - 9,886      5,269 - 6,404   5,014 - 6,094          -        4,562 - 5,546         -         2,998 - 3,643 2,584 - 3,144
 Napa Co                   9,581 - 11,550           -         5,149 - 6,057          -        3,697 - 4,820   4,236 - 5,068   2,991 - 3,834 2,080 - 2,080
 Orange                    9,353 - 11,994     6,564 - 8,418   5,624 - 7,212   4,607 - 5,908   4,607 - 5,908   4,170 - 5,347   3,415 - 4,380 2,662 - 3,413
 Richmond                 10,120 - 15,182           -         6,487 - 7,846   5,022 - 6,002   5,022 - 6,002   4,599 - 5,478         -         3,272 - 3,978
 Roseville                 7,776 - 10,420     5,418 - 7,260   4,993 - 6,692   4,993 - 6,692        -          3,368 - 4,739   3,179 - 4,710 2,618 - 3,868
 San Mateo                13,860 - 13,860           -         6,441 - 7,682          -        4,639 - 5,536   4,220 - 5,029   3,994 - 4,765 3,159 - 3,766
 Santa Clara              13,441 - 17,394 10,753 - 13,916 8,401 - 10,871 6,614 - 8,462        6,020 - 7,655   5,459 - 6,949   5,327 - 6,782 4,251 - 5,459
 Santa Maria               9,880 - 12,010     7,397 - 8,990   6,712 - 8,160   4,160 - 5,055        -          3,766 - 4,576   3,493 - 4,247 3,176 - 3,861
 Sunnyvale                13,435 - 15,805           -         8,605 - 10,124 7,112 - 8,367    4,869 - 6,214         -         3,970 - 5,067 4,134 - 5,276
 Thousand Oaks             9,113 - 13,669     8,168 - 12,253 6,370 - 9,554    5,167 - 7,525        -          4,479 - 5,444         -         2,826 - 3,434
 Torrance                  7,861 - 11,300     6,596 - 9,698   6,125 - 8,453   5,785 - 6,692        -          4,437 - 5,815   3,639 - 4,768 3,066 - 3,912
 Victorville                      -                 -         4,843 - 5,900   3,975 - 4,842        -                -         2,082 - 2,594         -
 Yolo Co                   8,625 - 11,015     6,225 - 7,950   4,992 - 6,375   4,601 - 5,875   3,948 - 5,042   3,203 - 4,090   2,403 - 3,069 2,854 - 3,645




   Group 3       SALARIES                                                       81
Public Libraries-Salaries                                                                      FY 2008 - 2009
Group 4: Libraries with 70,000 - 100,000 population
Library                    Library Director    Assistant        Chief of          Branch       Journey Level   Entry Level        LTA           Clerk
                                               Director         Division         Librarian       Librarian      Librarian
 Alameda                  11,613 - 14,116           -         7,109 - 8,641           -        3,803 - 5,350   3,452 - 4,856   2,834 - 3,987 2,221 - 3,124
 Alhambra                  7,148 - 8,936      6,222 - 8,098   4,461 - 5,801           -             -          4,034 - 5,257   3,305 - 4,305 2,819 - 3,676
 Buena Park Dist           9,455 - 9,833            -         5,630 - 7,705           -        4,326 - 5,921   4,065 - 5,562   2,783 - 3,809 2,508 - 3,432
 Folsom                           - 9,655           -               -          5,773 - 7,368        -          4,029 - 5,142   3,313 - 4,231 2,595 - 3,313
 Hemet                    10,687 - 10,687           -         4,094 - 5,487           -             -                -         3,408 - 4,360 3,167 - 3,668
 Livermore                10,727 - 13,408     7,938 - 9,923         -          5,345 - 6,681   4,973 - 6,045   4,473 - 5,437   4,204 - 5,110 3,682 - 4,476
 Mendocino Co              6,772 - 8,229      4,976 - 6,049         -          4,279 - 5,201   3,880 - 4,718   3,518 - 4,279   2,622 - 3,187 2,057 - 2,499
 Mountain View            10,851 - 15,836     7,375 - 9,219   6,121 - 7,201           -        5,277 - 6,209   4,781 - 5,625   4,516 - 5,487 4,090 - 4,973
 Nevada Co                 6,815 - 8,320            -               -          3,708 - 4,528   3,706 - 4,524   3,354 - 4,094   2,859 - 3,490 2,018 - 3,008
 Newport Beach            10,121 - 12,327     7,663 - 9,317         -          4,287 - 6,035   4,287 - 6,035   3,900 - 5,488   3,318 - 4,668 2,584 - 3,635
 Pleasanton               12,788 -            8,247 -         6,025 - 7,325           -        5,212 - 6,335         -         4,276 - 5,198 3,706 - 4,505
 Redlands                  8,495 - 10,326           -         4,845 - 5,890           -        4,174 - 5,073         -         2,977 - 3,619 2,276 - 2,766
 Redwood City             11,381 - 14,586           -         7,046 - 8,453    6,224 - 7,467   4,860 - 5,910   4,421 - 5,373   3,327 - 4,042       -
 San Leandro              10,105 - 12,283           -         8,314 - 10,105          -        5,322 - 6,469   4,485 - 5,452   3,514 - 4,272 3,267 - 3,972
 Santa Monica              9,674 - 11,943     8,256 - 10,192 7,589 - 9,369     5,903 - 7,288   5,135 - 6,340   4,514 - 5,573   4,185 - 5,167 3,363 - 4,152
 Sutter Co                 6,046 - 7,414            -               -                 -        3,647 - 4,515         -         2,973 - 3,710 2,394 - 2,973
 Upland                    8,773 - 11,798     4,955 - 6,664         -          4,268 - 5,740   3,864 - 5,196         -         2,867 - 3,855 2,349 - 3,160
 Whittier                  8,442 - 10,552           -         5,852 - 7,608    4,638 - 6,029   4,103 - 5,236   3,732 - 4,763   3,027 - 3,863 2,567 - 3,277
 Yuba Co                   8,861 - 9,574            -               -                 -        4,500 - 5,735   3,551 - 4,500   2,892 - 3,464 2,500 - 2,892




   Group 4         SALARIES                                                      82
Public Libraries-Salaries                                                                       FY 2008 - 2009
Group 5: Libraries with 50,000 - 70,000 population
Library                    Library Director    Assistant         Chief of         Branch        Journey Level   Entry Level        LTA             Clerk
                                               Director          Division        Librarian        Librarian      Librarian
 Altadena Dist              8,086 - 9,857     5,681 - 7,079    4,368 - 5,436   4,054 - 5,045    3,769 - 4,690   3,769 - 4,690   3,171 - 3,946 2,607 - 3,244
 Arcadia                    8,606 - 10,746    6,559 - 8,191    5,677 - 7,090          -         4,545 - 5,677   4,018 - 5,018   3,381 - 4,221 2,642 - 3,299
 Beaumont Dist              6,935 - 8,632           -          5,893 - 6,734   4,940 - 6,049    4,246 - 6,050   4,073 - 5,434   2,504 - 3,380 1,820 - 2,071
 Cerritos                   8,374 - 10,457          -          5,789 - 7,219          -              -          4,867 - 6,072   3,879 - 4,753 3,617 - 4,446
 Colton                     5,257 - 6,390     5,427 - 6,597    4,395 - 5,340          -              -                -         2,872 - 3,492 2,474 - 3,006
 Glendora                   8,014 - 9,742     5,294 - 6,435    4,517 - 5,491          -         4,136 - 5,027   3,760 - 4,570   2,890 - 3,512         -
 Imperial Co                5,802 - 7,413           -                -                -              -                -         1,930 - 2,446 1,813 - 2,316
 Lake Co                    5,212 - 6,335     4,288 - 5,212          -         3,464 - 3,986    2,949 - 3,578   2,698 - 3,293   2,274 - 2,762 2,182 - 2,213
 Lodi                       6,482 - 7,879     5,409 - 6,575          -                -         4,518 - 5,492   4,107 - 4,993   2,965 - 3,604 2,695 - 3,276
 Lompoc                     6,168 - 7,497           -          3,749 - 4,557          -              -          3,400 - 4,134   2,887 - 3,509 2,154 - 3,183
 Monterey Park              7,500 - 8,333           -          5,000 - 6,580          -              -          4,380 - 5,600   3,360 - 4,298 2,943 - 3,765
 National City                    -                 -                -                -              -                -               -               -
 Palo Alto                        - 12,810          - 10,461         - 8,541          - 7,342   4,836 - 5,938   4,261 - 5,229   3,938 - 4,838 3,415 - 4,193
 Palos Verdes Dist         11,051 - 11,051          -          6,247 - 8,189   6,247 - 8,189    4,904 - 6,111   4,448 - 5,542   2,416 - 3,011 2,731 - 3,402
 Placentia Dist             8,333 - 8,333           -          5,613 - 5,613          -         4,308 - 5,511   3,697 - 4,730   3,128 - 4,001 2,329 - 2,980
 Porterville                4,584 - 5,595           -                -                -              -                -         2,240 - 2,733         -
 Redondo Beach              8,273 - 11,699          -          4,791 - 6,183   4,791 - 6,183    4,206 - 5,435         -         3,160 - 3,600 2,871 - 3,275
 San Benito Co              7,106 - 9,075           -                -                -         3,821 - 4,879   3,466 - 4,424   3,038 - 3,878 2,624 - 3,349
 San Rafael                 9,119 - 11,085          -          5,381 - 6,540          -         4,876 - 5,927   4,642 - 5,642   3,628 - 4,410 3,054 - 4,199
 South San Francisco       11,338 - 13,782    7,840 - 9,528    6,214 - 7,554   6,214 - 7,554    4,734 - 5,755   4,302 - 5,229   3,635 - 4,418 2,213 - 2,690
 Tehama Co                  5,694 - 5,694           -                -                -         2,924 - 3,743   2,651 - 3,391   2,173 - 2,784 1,742 - 2,229
 Tulare                     6,996 - 8,504           -                -                -         3,713 - 4,513         -         2,529 - 3,074 2,312 - 2,810
 Tuolumne Co                5,392 - 6,583           -          3,673 - 4,484          -         3,226 - 3,938   2,919 - 3,564   2,578 - 3,147 2,111 - 2,578
 Watsonville                7,138 - 9,566           -          4,521 - 6,058   3,603 - 4,898    3,843 - 4,667         -               -         2,387 - 3,199
 Woodland                   6,298 - 8,085     4,563 - 5,546          -                -         4,134 - 5,024   3,745 - 4,552   2,592 - 3,150 2,348 - 2,854
 Yorba Linda                9,867 - 11,994    6,894 - 8,380    4,779 - 5,809          -         3,652 - 4,439   4,164 - 5,061   3,516 - 4,274 2,602 - 3,163




   Group 5           SALARIES                                                    83
Public Libraries-Salaries                                                                     FY 2008 - 2009
Group 6: Libraries with 25,000 - 50,000 population
Library                    Library Director    Assistant        Chief of         Branch       Journey Level   Entry Level        LTA             Clerk
                                               Director         Division        Librarian       Librarian      Librarian
 Amador Co                  6,775 - 6,775           -               -                -             -                -               -               -
 Azusa                      8,766 - 8,766     6,134 - 6,441   5,045 - 5,045          -             -          4,177 - 4,377   3,619 - 3,619         -
 Banning Dist               5,076 - 5,462           -         2,292 - 2,292   2,548 - 2,548        -                -         2,295 - 2,432 1,712 - 1,712
 Benicia                    9,474 - 11,515    6,741 - 8,194   5,862 - 7,125          -        5,097 - 6,196   4,634 - 5,632   3,842 - 4,671 3,247 - 3,946
 Beverly Hills             12,016 -                 -         6,748 - 8,384   4,860 - 6,038   4,296 - 5,322   3,889 - 4,818   3,384 - 4,192 2,486 - 3,079
 Brawley                    4,388 - 5,755     2,935 - 4,254         -                -             -                -         1,633 - 2,115 1,394 - 1,805
 Burlingame                11,338 - 13,812    7,497 - 9,136   6,968 - 8,468   6,431 - 7,808   5,095 - 6,189   4,627 - 5,591   3,955 - 4,773 3,544 - 4,309
 Calaveras Co               6,025 - 6,025           -               -                -             -                -               -         1,913 - 2,324
 Calexico                   6,648 - 8,081           -               -                -             -          3,768 - 4,580   2,299 - 2,794 2,083 - 2,532
 Coalinga Dist              4,651 - 4,837     3,787 -               -         3,376 - 3,376        -                -         2,379 - 2,958 1,733 - 2,109
 Covina                     7,910 - 9,552           -               -                -        4,865 - 6,367   4,434 - 5,390   2,988 - 3,632 2,021 - 2,456
 Del Norte Co Dist          2,833 - 4,167           -               -                -             -                -               -               -
 Dixon Dist                 7,422 - 9,021           -               -                -        3,865 - 4,700   4,403 - 5,351   2,899 - 3,521 2,251 - 2,737
 El Centro                  4,921 - 7,382           -               -                -        3,854 - 4,844         -         2,054 - 2,578    540 - 540
 Lassen Dist                 500 - 500              -               -                -             -                -          550 - 550            -
 Lincoln                    7,630 - 10,225          -         6,096 - 8,169   3,496 - 4,671   3,742 - 5,015   3,394 - 4,549   2,854 - 3,825 2,412 - 3,233
 Los Gatos                  8,882 - 11,990    6,979 - 9,421         -                -        5,437 - 7,039   5,183 - 5,372   3,159 - 5,139 3,701 - 4,822
 Menlo Park                       -                 -         6,229 - 7,509   6,529 - 7,867   5,321 - 6,410   4,744 - 5,699   4,041 - 4,855 3,698 - 4,427
 Monrovia                   8,996 - 13,506          -         6,730 - 8,749          -             -          4,986 - 6,364         -         2,875 - 3,669
 Monterey                         - 12,568    7,998 - 9,720   6,850 - 8,324          -        5,056 - 6,146   4,580 - 5,566         -         3,350 - 4,072
 Moorpark                   6,000 -                 -               -                -             -          3,833 -         2,125 -               -
 Palm Springs               8,267 - 10,067    6,427 - 7,635   5,146 - 6,264          -             -          4,895 - 5,964         -         4,522 - 5,512
 Palo Verde Valley Dist     3,486 - 3,565           -               -                -             -                -         1,239 - 1,267         -
 Paso Robles                7,551 - 9,597           -               -                -        4,212 - 5,351         -         3,383 - 4,298         -
 San Bruno                 11,723 - 14,386    8,704 - 10,681 6,750 - 8,283           -        5,103 - 7,202   4,437 - 5,445   3,376 - 4,765         -
 Santa Paula Dist           4,333 - 5,630           -         2,253 - 3,335          -             -          1,818 - 2,574   2,600 - 3,868 1,334 - 1,569
 Siskiyou Co                4,942 - 6,314           -               -                -        3,009 - 3,748   2,795 - 3,399   2,300 - 2,865 1,803 - 2,473
 South Pasadena             6,565 - 8,798           -         4,464 - 5,426          -             -          3,756 - 4,566   3,318 - 4,034 2,414 - 2,934




   Group 6           SALARIES                                                   84
Public Libraries-Salaries                                                                      FY 2008 - 2009
Group 7: Libraries with under 25,000 population
Library                    Library Director    Assistant        Chief of         Branch        Journey Level   Entry Level        LTA             Clerk
                                               Director         Division        Librarian        Librarian      Librarian
 Alpine Co                  1,000 - 1,000           -               -                -              -                -         2,874 - 3,201         -
 Belvedere-Tiburon                - 11,000    5,798 - 7,139   5,611 - 6,909          -         5,404 - 6,654   4,755 - 5,855   4,434 - 5,461 3,092 - 4,366
 Calabasas                  6,008 - 7,959           -         4,411 - 6,535          -              -          3,746 - 4,873   3,467 - 3,779 2,165 - 3,094
 Carmel                     7,118 - 8,653           -         4,192 - 5,095          -              -          3,793 - 4,610   3,266 - 3,971         -
 Colusa Co                  5,740 - 8,076           -               -                -         2,551 - 3,769         -         1,686 - 2,492         -
 Commerce                   9,250 - 11,279          -         5,161 - 6,287          -              -          4,674 - 5,693   4,132 - 5,034 3,308 - 4,030
 Coronado                   7,301 - 10,053    5,101 - 6,836   4,436 - 5,945          -         4,050 - 5,169   3,645 - 4,654   3,018 - 3,851 2,590 - 3,305
 El Segundo                       - 11,319          -         6,105 - 6,740          - 6,415        -          4,800 - 5,900   4,504 - 5,354 2,818 - 3,268
 Imperial                   3,186 - 3,186     2,617 - 2,617         -                -              -                -               -               -
 Inyo Co                    4,210 - 5,114     3,648 - 4,441   3,176 - 3,857   2,757 - 3,593         -                -         2,408 - 3,684 2,289 - 2,793
 Irwindale                  6,348 - 7,716           -               -                -              -                -               -         2,423 - 2,945
 Larkspur                         - 7,921           -               -                -         2,833 - 3,607   3,777 - 4,782   2,604 - 3,322         -
 Mariposa Co                4,629 - 4,949           -               -                -              -                -               -         2,653 - 2,762
 Mill Valley               10,634 - 10,634          -         5,113 - 6,214          -              -          3,907 - 4,749   2,867 - 3,487         -
 Modoc Co                   3,763 - 3,763           -               -                -              -                -         2,001 - 2,554 1,440 - 1,838
 Mono Co                    7,173 - 7,908           -               -         3,161 - 4,042    2,594 - 3,317   2,346 - 3,010   2,346 - 3,010         -
 Orland                     4,693 - 4,666     3,348 - 4,017         -                -              -                -         2,489 - 2,986 1,733 - 2,079
 Pacific Grove                    -                 -         5,547 - 7,257          -         5,232 - 6,846   4,660 - 6,087   4,144 - 5,424 3,118 - 3,790
 Plumas Co                  4,250 - 5,168           -               -                -              -          2,648 - 3,324         -         1,747 - 2,012
 Rancho Mirage              8,863 - 12,490    5,713 - 8,051   5,182 - 7,302          -              -          4,700 - 6,623         -         3,181 - 4,483
 San Anselmo                9,015 - 9,195           -               -                -         4,468 - 5,432   3,989 - 4,849   3,102 - 4,054         -
 San Juan Bautista                -                 -               -                -              -                -               -               -
 San Marino                       -           5,938 - 6,236         -                -              -          3,829 - 4,221   1,015 - 1,116 2,650 - 3,234
 Santa Fe Springs           7,375 - 10,738          -         4,489 - 5,562          -         4,972 - 5,911   4,443 - 5,504   3,900 - 4,834 2,739 - 3,387
 Sausalito                        - 9,451     4,876 - 5,927         -                -              -          4,332 - 5,265         -               -
 Sierra Madre               6,106 - 7,632     4,949 - 6,186         -                -              -          3,569 - 4,338   2,370 - 2,882         -
 Signal Hill                5,088 - 6,494           -               -                -              -                -         2,995 - 3,772         -
 St Helena                        - 8,517           -         4,036 - 4,905          -         3,553 - 4,319         -         3,036 - 3,690 2,924 - 3,555
 Trinity Co                 6,012 - 6,012           -               -         2,276 - 3,050    2,890 - 3,873   2,616 - 3,506   2,166 - 2,902 1,573 - 2,759
 Vernon                           -                 -               -                -              -                -               -               -
 Willows                    4,011 - 4,875           -               -                -              -                -         2,304 - 2,801    678 - 823




   Group 7           SALARIES                                                   85
Public Libraries-Electronic Services                                                FY 2008 - 2009
Group 1: Libraries with over 400,000 population
 Library                     Public Access  Computers Per 1000   Annual Users of Public   Virtual Visits   Utilize CA    Utilize E-Rate?
                              Computers         Population         Access Computers                        Teleconnect
 Alameda Co                        198            0.37                  386,386             2,292,704          Yes            Yes
 Contra Costa Co                   353            0.37                  724,488             1,695,725          Yes            Yes
 Fresno Co                         314            0.34                  984,267              763,770           Yes            Yes
 Kern Co                           235            0.28                  388,677              317,284           Yes            Yes
 Long Beach                        129            0.26                  432,000             1,554,879          Yes            Yes
 Los Angeles                      2,269           0.56                5,137,618           42,265,771            No             No
 Los Angeles Co                    966            0.26                2,968,241              663,477           Yes             No
 Oakland                           173            0.39                  391,240              438,448           Yes            Yes
 Orange Co                         608            0.39                  908,034                                Yes            Yes
 Riverside Co                      440            0.40                  622,235                                Yes            Yes
 Sacramento                        475            0.35                  842,172             3,074,124          Yes            Yes
 San Bernardino Co                 789            0.66                  720,000                                Yes            Yes
 San Diego                         633            0.47                1,726,814             5,034,782          Yes            Yes
 San Diego Co                      372            0.35                1,410,120             1,680,753           No             No
 San Francisco                     477            0.56                1,417,404           11,660,136           Yes            Yes
 San Jose                         1,053           1.05                2,338,057             6,803,138          Yes            Yes
 Santa Clara Co                    259            0.61                  486,615             1,839,379           No             No
 Sonoma Co                         166            0.34                  473,479             1,614,823          Yes            Yes
 Stanislaus Co                     197            0.37                  250,635              706,710           Yes            Yes
 Stockton-San Joaquin Co           284            0.45                  355,663             2,656,587          Yes            Yes
 Ventura Co                        172            0.39                  222,177              390,000           Yes            Yes




   Group 1         E-SERVICES                                           86
Public Libraries-Electronic Services                                                 FY 2008 - 2009
Group 2: Libraries with 150,000 - 400,000 population
 Library                     Public Access   Computers Per 1000   Annual Users of Public   Virtual Visits   Utilize CA    Utilize E-Rate?
                              Computers          Population         Access Computers                        Teleconnect
 Anaheim                            231            0.66                  366,129              270,847           Yes            Yes
 Butte Co                            48            0.22                  108,265              425,263           Yes            Yes
 Chula Vista                        108            0.46                  214,520              280,487           Yes            Yes
 El Dorado Co                        39            0.22                   81,124                80,400           No             No
 Glendale                           159            0.77                  261,988              105,988            No             No
 Hayward                             55            0.36                  138,550              515,604            No             No
 Huntington Beach                    82            0.40                  113,004              188,375           Yes             No
 Kings Co                            72            0.47                   84,339                50,508          Yes            Yes
 Madera Co                           23            0.15                   46,793                31,898           No            Yes
 Merced Co                           91            0.35                   79,987                24,048          Yes            Yes
 Monterey Co                        212            0.92                  265,568              229,016           Yes            Yes
 Moreno Valley                       32            0.17                  203,530                18,529          Yes             No
 Oceanside                          107            0.60                  186,233              192,781            No            Yes
 Ontario                             50            0.29                  151,410              315,712           Yes            Yes
 Oxnard                              93            0.47                   23,225                                Yes            Yes
 Palmdale                            14            0.09                   48,895                                 No             No
 Pasadena                           128            0.85                  240,489              743,458           Yes             No
 Placer Co                           47            0.25                   53,076              185,424           Yes            Yes
 Pomona                              42            0.26                   76,330                86,567           No             No
 Rancho Cucamonga                    52            0.29                   89,626             2,234,700           No             No
 Riverside                          224            0.75                  467,337           10,270,970           Yes            Yes
 Salinas                             87            0.57                  135,230              162,928            No             No
 San Bernardino                      60            0.29                   88,651             1,704,685          Yes            Yes
 San Luis Obispo City-Co             52            0.22                   68,848              276,000            No            Yes
 San Mateo Co                       323            1.14                  737,301             1,198,000           No             No
 Santa Ana                           56            0.16                   30,427              338,283            No             No
 Santa Barbara                       57            0.25                  370,503              838,843            No            Yes
 Santa Cruz City-Co                 154            0.74                  146,000              342,661           Yes            Yes
 Shasta Public Libraries             77            0.42                  129,745              158,514            No            Yes
 Solano Co                          280            0.75                  721,272              614,779           Yes             No
 Tulare Co                           98            0.30                   77,102                51,005           No            Yes




   Group 2          E-SERVICES                                           87
Public Libraries-Electronic Services                                                 FY 2008 - 2009
Group 3: Libraries with 100,000 - 150,000 population
 Library                     Public Access   Computers Per 1000   Annual Users of Public   Virtual Visits   Utilize CA    Utilize E-Rate?
                              Computers          Population         Access Computers                        Teleconnect
 Berkeley                            71            0.66                  199,537             1,050,413          Yes            Yes
 Burbank                             75            0.69                  333,130                51,456           No             No
 Carlsbad                            72            0.69                  165,209              246,746            No             No
 Corona                              16            0.11                   86,896             2,030,068           No             No
 Daly City                           53            0.49                  209,286              151,989           Yes            Yes
 Downey                              18            0.16                   53,106                57,480           No             No
 Escondido                           58            0.40                  134,097              283,402            No             No
 Fullerton                           37            0.27                  129,179             5,520,931          Yes             No
 Humboldt Co                         46            0.35                   28,337                78,568          Yes            Yes
 Inglewood                           38            0.32                   49,892                                 No             No
 Marin Co                           108            0.76                  243,949              436,021           Yes            Yes
 Mission Viejo                       32            0.32                   65,652              393,934            No             No
 Murrieta                            41            0.41                   50,359                                 No             No
 Napa Co                             46            0.35                  149,171              544,004            No             No
 Orange                             113            0.80                  141,132              546,996           Yes             No
 Richmond                            26            0.25                   56,475              507,168            No             No
 Roseville                           97            0.86                  113,161              531,265            No             No
 San Mateo                          128            1.28                  274,297                                Yes             No
 Santa Clara                         92            0.78                   59,000              626,000           Yes             No
 Santa Maria                        113            0.82                                         54,774           No            Yes
 Sunnyvale                           37            0.27                  212,415              326,091            No             No
 Thousand Oaks                       80            0.62                  322,639                                 No             No
 Torrance                            75            0.50                   85,632              268,206           Yes             No
 Victorville                         33            0.30                   66,405                                 No             No
 Yolo Co                             44            0.30                   98,751              343,497           Yes            Yes




   Group 3       E-SERVICES                                              88
Public Libraries-Electronic Services                                                FY 2008 - 2009
Group 4: Libraries with 70,000 - 100,000 population
 Library                     Public Access  Computers Per 1000   Annual Users of Public   Virtual Visits   Utilize CA    Utilize E-Rate?
                              Computers           Population       Access Computers                        Teleconnect
 Alameda                            79            1.06                   86,783                                Yes            Yes
 Alhambra                           87            0.98                   90,439                                 No             No
 Buena Park Dist                    16            0.19                   23,376              114,338            No             No
 Folsom                             73            1.03                   60,819                                 No             No
 Hemet                              38            0.51                   77,332                                 No             No
 Livermore                          87            1.03                  174,490             1,311,733           No             No
 Mendocino Co                       28            0.31                   51,873              159,997           Yes             No
 Mountain View                      49            0.66                  127,523                                 No             No
 Nevada Co                          43            0.44                   44,833                                Yes             No
 Newport Beach                     120            1.39                  180,042             1,005,107           No             No
 Pleasanton                         24            0.34                                                          No             No
 Redlands                           16            0.22                   67,607                43,886           No             No
 Redwood City                      125            1.61                  370,000              344,000           Yes             No
 San Leandro                        89            1.08                  280,943                                Yes            Yes
 Santa Monica                      141            1.52                  306,704             1,443,569           No            Yes
 Sutter Co                          52            0.54                  112,000                18,600          Yes            Yes
 Upland                             11            0.15                   32,830                                 No             No
 Whittier                           35            0.40                   54,131              430,137           Yes            Yes
 Yuba Co                            27            0.37                   25,443                56,748           No             No




   Group 4         E-SERVICES                                           89
Public Libraries-Electronic Services                                                 FY 2008 - 2009
Group 5: Libraries with 50,000 - 70,000 population
 Library                     Public Access   Computers Per 1000   Annual Users of Public   Virtual Visits   Utilize CA    Utilize E-Rate?
                              Computers          Population         Access Computers                        Teleconnect
 Altadena Dist                       38            0.69                  108,363                25,059          Yes            Yes
 Arcadia                             63            1.11                  103,607              312,222            No             No
 Beaumont Dist                        9            0.15                   18,450                 3,030          Yes            Yes
 Cerritos                           155            2.83                  342,303              178,146            No             No
 Colton                              19            0.37                   89,280                                 No             No
 Glendora                            15            0.29                   36,474              298,030            No             No
 Imperial Co                         26            0.47                   19,228                29,161           No             No
 Lake Co                             24            0.37                   28,038                                Yes             No
 Lodi                                20            0.32                   38,388                31,836           No             No
 Lompoc                              28            0.42                  109,063                                 No             No
 Monterey Park                       59            0.91                   91,020              179,950            No             No
 National City                      106            1.88                  215,058                19,623           No            Yes
 Palo Alto                           87            1.35                  157,433              931,502            No             No
 Palos Verdes Dist                   48            0.69                  105,900              380,161           Yes            Yes
 Placentia Dist                      19            0.34                   31,885              186,551            No             No
 Porterville                         31            0.60                   70,771                 9,549          Yes            Yes
 Redondo Beach                       17            0.25                   44,963              122,275            No             No
 San Benito Co                       18            0.32                   12,216                40,336          Yes             No
 San Rafael                          26            0.45                   49,920                74,743           No             No
 South San Francisco                 66            1.02                  126,696              163,204           Yes            Yes
 Tehama Co                           21            0.33                   16,202                     0          Yes            Yes
 Tulare                               8            0.14                   19,856                19,323          Yes            Yes
 Tuolumne Co                         22            0.39                   24,957                 7,506          Yes            Yes
 Watsonville                         60            1.01                   90,428                                 No             No
 Woodland                            18            0.32                   43,285              349,393            No             No
 Yorba Linda                         29            0.42                   83,338              196,740           Yes            Yes




   Group 5           E-SERVICES                                          90
Public Libraries-Electronic Services                                                 FY 2008 - 2009
Group 6: Libraries with 25,000 - 50,000 population
 Library                     Public Access   Computers Per 1000   Annual Users of Public   Virtual Visits   Utilize CA    Utilize E-Rate?
                              Computers          Population         Access Computers                        Teleconnect
 Amador Co                           18            0.47                                       111,497            No             No
 Azusa                                9            0.18                   19,119                                 No             No
 Banning Dist                        17            0.55                   38,649             1,068,764           No             No
 Benicia                             20            0.71                   61,515              165,467            No             No
 Beverly Hills                       28            0.78                  104,052                94,066           No             No
 Brawley                              9            0.33                    9,000                                 No             No
 Burlingame                          35            0.95                   83,021              121,952            No             No
 Calaveras Co                        27            0.59                   29,328                                 No             No
 Calexico                            39            0.99                   16,214                 2,005          Yes             No
 Coalinga Dist                       10            0.33                   36,931                     0          Yes            Yes
 Covina                              37            0.75                   24,265                                Yes             No
 Del Norte Co Dist                    8            0.27                   11,023                   700           No             No
 Dixon Dist                          14            0.54                   19,578                                Yes             No
 El Centro                           21            0.47                   18,579                                 No             No
 Lassen Dist                         13            0.37                   22,386                 2,200           No             No
 Lincoln                             45            1.12                   39,233                 9,500           No            Yes
 Los Gatos                           14            0.46                   23,297                                 No             No
 Menlo Park                          27            0.85                   85,500              166,313            No             No
 Monrovia                            38            0.96                   14,297                                 No             No
 Monterey                            21            0.72                   75,995                94,180           No             No
 Moorpark                            12            0.32                   22,738                                 No             No
 Palm Springs                        30            0.63                   96,364                                 No             No
 Palo Verde Valley Dist               5            0.12                   10,722                                Yes             No
 Paso Robles                         10            0.33                   28,002                29,637           No             No
 San Bruno                           12            0.27                   37,039                23,397          Yes            Yes
 Santa Paula Dist                    13            0.44                                                          No             No
 Siskiyou Co                         45            0.98                   35,000              106,552           Yes            Yes
 South Pasadena                       8            0.31                   29,119              369,284           Yes             No




   Group 6           E-SERVICES                                          91
Public Libraries-Electronic Services                                                FY 2008 - 2009
Group 7: Libraries with under 25,000 population
 Library                    Public Access   Computers Per 1000   Annual Users of Public   Virtual Visits   Utilize CA    Utilize E-Rate?
                              Computers         Population         Access Computers                        Teleconnect
 Alpine Co                           6            5.00                    5,358                                 No            Yes
 Belvedere-Tiburon                  23            2.07                   37,587              675,643           Yes             No
 Calabasas                          15            0.63                   34,800                                Yes            Yes
 Carmel                             13            3.22                   16,985                 2,136          Yes             No
 Colusa Co                          29            1.32                   14,870                                Yes            Yes
 Commerce                           47            3.47                   91,725              116,052            No            Yes
 Coronado                           17            0.74                                                          No             No
 El Segundo                         77            4.53                    8,500                 2,016          Yes             No
 Imperial                           11            0.85                   12,261                    95           No             No
 Inyo Co                            14            0.78                   23,290                                 No             No
 Irwindale                           8            4.63                    4,586                76,185           No             No
 Larkspur                            2            0.16                    4,809                32,619           No             No
 Mariposa Co                        31            1.69                   30,456                35,600           No            Yes
 Mill Valley                        11            0.79                   27,052              148,627           Yes            Yes
 Modoc Co                           15            1.55                   25,359                                 No             No
 Mono Co                            70            5.18                   72,051                                Yes            Yes
 Orland                              5            0.33                   12,941                18,240           No             No
 Pacific Grove                      10            0.64                   15,512                24,928           No             No
 Plumas Co                          20            0.83                   20,809                                Yes            Yes
 Rancho Mirage                      40            1.80                   46,041             1,211,467           No             No
 San Anselmo                         4            0.32                    8,049                                 No             No
 San Juan Bautista                   6            3.17                    5,000                                 No             No
 San Marino                         40            2.99                   79,200                45,986           No             No
 Santa Fe Springs                   24            1.35                   18,821                                 No             No
 Sausalito                          10            1.33                   17,746                                Yes             No
 Sierra Madre                        8            0.72                   12,762                                 No             No
 Signal Hill                         6            0.52                   11,233                                 No             No
 St Helena                          18            3.02                   31,979                29,025           No             No
 Trinity Co                         12            0.86                    5,397                 3,650          Yes            Yes
 Vernon                                                                                                         No             No
 Willows                            11            0.78                    7,613                 1,425           No             No




   Group 7           E-SERVICES                                         92
Public Libraries-Comparisons                                                      FY 2008 - 2009
Group 1: Libraries with over 400,000 population
 Library                   Local Income Child Matr    Serv. Area   Book Volumes    Hours      Pop Served/FTE Circulation
                             Per Capita Exp Per Cap   Per Outlet    Held/Capita Open/100 Pop.      Staff      Per Hour
 Alameda Co                     41.72         0.94       51.98          1.74         3.76            2,801         298
 Contra Costa Co                24.87         0.72       27.24          1.29         5.75            5,232         122
 Fresno Co                      24.15         0.58      131.74          1.19         8.53            3,034          46
 Kern Co                        10.11         0.21      299.00          1.19         5.26            6,477          39
 Long Beach                     25.40         0.76        4.19          1.70         2.80            3,443         124
 Los Angeles                    29.48         0.37        6.44          1.58         4.64            3,411         100
 Los Angeles Co                 30.71         0.92       34.80          1.66         5.20            3,102          80
 Oakland                        48.04         0.82        2.94          2.68         7.75            2,086          70
 Orange Co                      24.98         0.36       18.54          1.76         5.71            4,600          82
 Riverside Co                   11.28         0.00      200.49          1.34         6.12            5,094          52
 Sacramento                     24.83         0.30       32.50          1.34         3.89            4,338         139
 San Bernardino Co              11.61         0.43      645.16          0.94         6.01            4,791          42
 San Diego                      27.57         0.55        9.51          2.45         5.63            3,609         100
 San Diego Co                   36.20         1.71      106.49          1.27         8.55            3,496          90
 San Francisco                  92.05         2.09        1.44          2.53         6.91            1,311         165
 San Jose                       38.79         0.66        8.18          1.83         4.53            2,706         336
 Santa Clara Co                 71.87         3.19      104.60          3.12         5.12            1,635         520
 Sonoma Co                      30.28         0.57      114.86          1.33         6.85            3,518         101
 Stanislaus Co                  16.52         0.42      117.00          1.42         4.81            4,495          91
 Stockton-San Joaquin Co        19.47         0.23       93.93          1.35         3.97            5,963          77
 Ventura Co                     21.82         0.71      120.60          1.79         6.00            4,436          64




    Group 1          LIBRARY COMPARISONS                                93
Public Libraries-Comparisons                                                       FY 2008 - 2009
Group 2: Libraries with 150,000 - 400,000 population
 Library                   Local Income Child Matr     Serv. Area   Book Volumes    Hours      Pop Served/FTE Circulation
                             Per Capita Exp Per Cap    Per Outlet    Held/Capita Open/100 Pop.      Staff      Per Hour
 Anaheim                        30.38         0.57          5.44         1.63         5.54            3,242          89
 Butte Co                       11.06         0.20       239.29          1.23         4.85            8,252          85
 Chula Vista                    26.67         0.19        16.67          1.98         2.60            5,421         191
 El Dorado Co                   15.55         0.25       246.56          1.84         5.90            5,879          79
 Glendale                       40.65         0.30          3.40         3.13         7.23            2,086          83
 Hayward                        25.69         0.57        27.90          0.81         3.04            4,134         197
 Huntington Beach               22.73         0.53          5.20         2.03         6.14            5,744          76
 Kings Co                       12.03         0.42       199.43          1.04         7.41            9,552          13
 Madera Co                      11.52         0.19       429.00          1.63         6.58            3,906          42
 Merced Co                      11.08         0.14       123.88          1.43         7.50           10,258          12
 Monterey Co                    28.84         0.49       156.25          1.84        11.76            3,157          34
 Moreno Valley                  10.95         0.21        50.00          0.78         1.77            9,554         117
 Oceanside                      29.21         0.75          7.33         1.61         6.38            3,098          48
 Ontario                        22.46         0.43        24.92          1.39         3.18            3,331         112
 Oxnard                         25.40         0.44          8.28         1.84         3.38            3,583         199
 Palmdale                       16.33         0.29        34.39          0.71         3.79            8,769          87
 Pasadena                       81.47         1.57          2.30         4.88        14.70            1,233          76
 Placer Co                      21.61         0.43       116.97          1.71         9.10            3,749          76
 Pomona                         15.63         0.18        22.86          1.74         1.37            4,575          93
 Rancho Cucamonga               20.47         1.58        12.60          1.44         3.02            3,232         209
 Riverside                      28.85         0.13        11.11          1.36         6.35            4,184          68
 Salinas                        29.50         0.96          4.70         1.27         5.33            3,034          56
 San Bernardino                 13.92         0.16        14.45          1.09         3.04            5,862          45
 San Luis Obispo City-Co        32.04         0.72       206.56          1.53         7.90            2,933         115
 San Mateo Co                   64.19         1.11        27.00          2.22        11.03            2,512         133
 Santa Ana                      11.74         0.37        13.60          0.67         1.39            6,711         121
 Santa Barbara                  19.94         0.17       129.33          1.40         7.64            3,001          92
 Santa Cruz City-Co             53.75         0.83        39.66          2.09        10.18            1,735         107
 Shasta Public Libraries        10.36         0.17      1,283.33         1.26         3.78            6,311          79
 Solano Co                      49.23         1.43        78.83          1.59         5.85            2,892         136
 Tulare Co                       9.69         0.20       283.78          0.98         5.91           10,341          25




    Group 2           LIBRARY COMPARISONS                                94
Public Libraries-Comparisons                                                       FY 2008 - 2009
Group 3: Libraries with 100,000 - 150,000 population
 Library                   Local Income Child Matr     Serv. Area   Book Volumes    Hours      Pop Served/FTE Circulation
                             Per Capita Exp Per Cap    Per Outlet    Held/Capita Open/100 Pop.      Staff      Per Hour
 Berkeley                      127.37         1.65         2.10          4.56        13.01              937         140
 Burbank                        56.33         0.86         5.70          4.00         7.48            1,573         176
 Carlsbad                       87.09         2.00        13.33          2.77         8.45              976         151
 Corona                         19.28         0.37        38.00          0.90         1.96            3,743         184
 Daly City                      36.50         0.83         1.88          1.71         8.26            3,197          75
 Downey                         23.92         0.74        12.75          1.07         2.66            3,859         157
 Escondido                      25.32         0.19         9.13          1.48         2.89            2,956         180
 Fullerton                      27.59         0.66         7.43          1.92         4.24            3,357         167
 Humboldt Co                    17.88         0.28       297.75          2.23        10.67            4,282          48
 Inglewood                      33.35         0.45         2.95          3.97         5.61            2,566          34
 Marin Co                       75.44         1.23        43.33          2.91        14.34            1,519          79
 Mission Viejo                  21.91         0.92        17.50          1.51         3.01            2,463         303
 Murrieta                       19.75         0.40        28.00          0.93         2.30            6,104         207
 Napa Co                        46.11         0.74       196.75          1.37         6.20            2,670         111
 Orange                         33.18         0.42         7.85          1.58         4.16            2,949         111
 Richmond                       63.12         0.77        13.75          1.68         5.24            1,967          34
 Roseville                      29.67         0.41        10.31          1.45         6.56            2,416         129
 San Mateo                      50.35         0.51         4.92          2.77         6.44            1,886         140
 Santa Clara                    62.02         2.32         9.62          3.18         4.63            1,750         487
 Santa Maria                    16.55         0.12       315.00          1.36         5.59            3,510          75
 Sunnyvale                      50.20         1.08        25.00          1.72         2.48            2,481         722
 Thousand Oaks                  71.18         0.74        28.00          3.10         4.57            1,377         265
 Torrance                       50.18         1.19         3.50          2.97         9.60            1,930         119
 Victorville                     9.63         0.68        74.16          0.51         2.90            9,600          67
 Yolo Co                        38.86         0.62       146.21          1.97         7.85            4,205         134




    Group 3      LIBRARY COMPARISONS                                     95
Public Libraries-Comparisons                                                      FY 2008 - 2009
Group 4: Libraries with 70,000 - 100,000 population
 Library                   Local Income Child Matr    Serv. Area   Book Volumes    Hours      Pop Served/FTE Circulation
                             Per Capita Exp Per Cap   Per Outlet    Held/Capita Open/100 Pop.      Staff      Per Hour
 Alameda                        40.61         0.74        4.13          2.48         9.70            1,891          82
 Alhambra                       32.61         0.62        7.62          1.70         2.77            2,463         165
 Buena Park Dist                20.67         0.47       12.40          1.23         3.22            3,335         196
 Folsom                         21.36         0.28       11.00          1.44         6.30            4,439         148
 Hemet                          25.48         0.19       25.97          1.29         2.82            7,276         208
 Livermore                      59.52         0.63        6.76          2.78         9.89            1,274         129
 Mendocino Co                   14.76         0.00      585.00          1.84        10.64            7,612          47
 Mountain View                  65.99         1.57        5.89          3.40         4.78            1,661         440
 Nevada Co                      19.31         0.12      163.00          1.90         9.01            3,933          82
 Newport Beach                  72.66         1.06       12.63          3.01        14.32            1,259         128
 Pleasanton                     58.77         1.58       22.40          2.53         4.47            2,140         458
 Redlands                       27.65         0.44       37.00          1.88         4.61            2,756          79
 Redwood City                   87.97         3.26        8.50          2.97        12.83            1,551         158
 San Leandro                    65.70         0.79        3.72          3.70         8.87            1,755         125
 Santa Monica                  108.34         1.50        2.08          4.18        10.51              862         165
 Sutter Co                      12.36         0.67      136.20          1.22         5.93            6,437          65
 Upland                         24.76         0.46       15.20          2.13         3.47            3,251         119
 Whittier                       35.56         0.58        6.26          3.16         5.89            1,924          94
 Yuba Co                        11.12         0.21      321.50          1.94         3.89            7,290          61




    Group 4        LIBRARY COMPARISONS                                  96
Public Libraries-Comparisons                                                      FY 2008 - 2009
Group 5: Libraries with 50,000 - 70,000 population
 Library                   Local Income Child Matr    Serv. Area   Book Volumes    Hours      Pop Served/FTE Circulation
                             Per Capita Exp Per Cap   Per Outlet    Held/Capita Open/100 Pop.      Staff      Per Hour
 Altadena Dist                  44.13         0.59        4.30          2.39        10.03            1,871          40
 Arcadia                        52.55         0.99       12.00          3.03         5.37            2,094         240
 Beaumont Dist                  23.64         0.41       60.00          1.12         4.36            4,802          68
 Cerritos                      104.49         1.76        8.90          4.01         6.16              896         247
 Colton                         18.96         0.22        9.19          1.42        11.07            5,168          22
 Glendora                       39.76         0.82       19.00          2.18         5.08            1,863         157
 Imperial Co                     8.15         0.06      610.71          0.87        11.74            5,717           5
 Lake Co                        14.25         1.12      324.00          2.27         9.91            5,022          35
 Lodi                           23.11         0.46       12.00          2.00         4.44            3,150          78
 Lompoc                         16.37         0.50      148.00          1.34        10.41            3,873          48
 Monterey Park                  27.09         0.68        7.72          2.64         4.03            2,091         151
 National City                  41.65                     4.33          3.55         7.29              941          77
 Palo Alto                      97.60         1.77        5.20          3.82        18.33            1,156         138
 Palos Verdes Dist              81.81         1.18        7.00          2.94        10.45            1,240         124
 Placentia Dist                 34.96         0.55        7.10          1.62         4.71            2,860          80
 Porterville                    24.19         0.64        5.90          1.77         6.63            4,164          79
 Redondo Beach                  53.15         0.48        3.28          2.63         6.04            2,442         210
 San Benito Co                  11.10         0.21      698.00          1.45         4.28            5,908          60
 San Rafael                     41.95         0.51       10.75          2.13         6.76            2,832         110
 South San Francisco            65.24         1.16        3.33          2.42        10.56            1,551         111
 Tehama Co                       8.37         0.16      983.67          1.98         5.38           10,473          29
 Tulare                         14.42         0.70       16.30          1.49         4.86            6,001          69
 Tuolumne Co                    18.60         0.25      316.71          1.55        11.54            3,588          35
 Watsonville                    47.30         0.33        3.10          1.88        13.49            1,289          38
 Woodland                       30.96         0.66        7.50          1.56         4.96            3,347         126
 Yorba Linda                    61.25         1.28       20.00          1.94         4.85            2,073         232




    Group 5          LIBRARY COMPARISONS                                97
Public Libraries-Comparisons                                                      FY 2008 - 2009
Group 6: Libraries with 25,000 - 50,000 population
 Library                   Local Income Child Matr    Serv. Area   Book Volumes    Hours      Pop Served/FTE Circulation
                             Per Capita Exp Per Cap   Per Outlet    Held/Capita Open/100 Pop.      Staff      Per Hour
 Amador Co                      26.97         0.42       99.00          2.21        17.31            4,533          14
 Azusa                          26.81         0.16         4.57         1.98         5.73            3,157          34
 Banning Dist                   23.34         0.71      153.00          1.50        11.74            2,216          37
 Benicia                        74.50         1.23       12.60          3.38        11.52            1,089         115
 Beverly Hills                 268.93         1.22         2.85         7.07         9.04              481         220
 Brawley                        21.68         0.71         2.50         1.92         8.49            2,837          31
 Burlingame                    102.12         1.45         3.00         6.00        13.15            1,168         145
 Calaveras Co                   12.16         0.13      128.38          1.90        22.81            5,785          14
 Calexico                       21.26         0.08         2.43         1.60         8.81            3,211          26
 Coalinga Dist                  30.52         0.41      550.00          2.98        16.12            2,732          15
 Covina                         26.36         0.57         6.80         1.90         4.36            3,417          75
 Del Norte Co Dist               6.18         0.03     1,003.00         1.69         4.68            7,387          43
 Dixon Dist                     36.05         0.99      196.00          2.09         9.69            2,851         159
 El Centro                      12.96         0.55         4.00         2.66         5.76            5,207          38
 Lassen Dist                     3.25         0.01     4,557.00         1.14         3.59            8,098          29
 Lincoln                        27.91                      3.15         2.02         7.11            5,935         115
 Los Gatos                      69.22         1.83       14.00          3.78         9.21            2,020         163
 Menlo Park                     62.07         1.39         9.50         4.70        15.34            1,403         155
 Monrovia                       33.24         0.53         6.88         2.77         4.10            2,017          63
 Monterey                      104.25         0.96         4.18         3.59        10.27            1,071         172
 Moorpark                       19.01                    12.44          1.08         7.89            5,706          37
 Palm Springs                   55.49         0.40      105.50          2.45         5.86            2,356         163
 Palo Verde Valley Dist          4.91         0.13     1,003.00         1.11         5.68           10,414          13
 Paso Robles                    53.10         0.13         8.40         1.97        11.03            2,936          83
 San Bruno                      43.91         0.58         5.87         1.91         7.00            3,245         129
 Santa Paula Dist               22.58         0.50      108.00          2.71         1.70                          170
 Siskiyou Co                    20.92         0.11      522.25          3.12        25.06            2,554          19
 South Pasadena                 60.23         1.73         3.44         4.86        10.37            1,260         151




    Group 6          LIBRARY COMPARISONS                                98
Public Libraries-Comparisons                                                     FY 2008 - 2009
Group 7: Libraries with under 25,000 population
 Library                   Local Income Child Matr   Serv. Area   Book Volumes    Hours      Pop Served/FTE Circulation
                            Per Capita Exp Per Cap   Per Outlet    Held/Capita Open/100 Pop.      Staff      Per Hour
 Alpine Co                    240.23         1.25      241.00         16.00       223.81              343           8
 Belvedere-Tiburon            124.60         3.16         3.80         5.06        27.30              765         100
 Calabasas                     65.01         1.48       13.00          1.65        11.14            1,758          72
 Carmel                       235.08         4.83         0.50        19.12       108.30              353          25
 Colusa Co                     24.65         1.07      164.43          4.60        30.40            2,417          14
 Commerce                     247.16         4.00         1.63         7.16        66.39              326          29
 Coronado                      98.53         2.46         5.08         6.86        13.92              970         112
 El Segundo                   126.48         2.76         1.09         9.13        53.59              486          24
 Imperial                      12.25         0.18         7.00         2.42        19.66            3,243          12
 Inyo Co                       35.47         0.15     1,681.83         5.73        45.65            1,500          11
 Irwindale                    265.81         5.67         9.50         9.26       135.67              364          10
 Larkspur                      51.14         0.75         3.00         4.06        22.03            1,751          50
 Mariposa Co                   25.18         0.44      291.20          3.61        28.12            4,577          30
 Mill Valley                  109.14         1.55         4.70         7.56        21.93              703         101
 Modoc Co                      33.00         0.31      818.40          6.46        40.75            1,698          17
 Mono Co                       72.89         0.81      378.50          7.94        76.32            1,000          19
 Orland                        27.95         0.20      660.00          3.34        12.75            3,352          30
 Pacific Grove                 33.03         0.68         2.85         6.07        10.35            2,143         139
 Plumas Co                     23.29         0.25      441.00          3.21        37.87            2,790           9
 Rancho Mirage                131.14         2.00       24.50          3.25        12.90              853         223
 San Anselmo                   32.48         0.84         2.65         3.63        14.06            3,417          67
 San Juan Bautista             14.28         0.00       10.00          4.81        77.00            2,701          24
 San Marino                    79.51         0.97         3.50         6.19        24.07              912          63
 Santa Fe Springs              66.39         1.12         4.34         3.88        16.03              988          40
 Sausalito                     75.19         0.82         2.10         7.72        41.56            1,081          28
 Sierra Madre                  63.22         1.54         3.03         5.37        21.04              981          44
 Signal Hill                   30.51                      2.20         2.18        21.36            2,721          36
 St Helena                    156.70         4.51         4.43        11.07        43.37              573         103
 Trinity Co                    21.17         0.22     1,074.20         4.04        17.14            5,268          16
 Vernon                                                   5.20
 Willows                       17.36         0.42      218.83          4.28        19.11            3,931          19




    Group 7          LIBRARY COMPARISONS                               99
Public Libraries-Mobile Libraries                                                FY 2008 - 2009
 Library         Vehicle   Year   Length    Book      Annual     Hours    Stops /   Librn   Other   Support Circulation    Maint.
                  Type                     Capacity   Mileage    Month     Week                                             Cost
Alameda Co       Bkmbl     2004    40       5,000      1,681    20,172      21      1.00    1.68      4.35    100,510
Alpine Co          Van     2005    16        900       2,240       18        3      1.00    0.00      0.00        148       1,200
Anaheim          Bkmbl     1993    53       5,000      2,633       60       11      0.00    3.00      1.50     83,623      32,160
Anaheim          Bkmbl     2005    36       6,500      2,615       46       11      0.00    3.00      1.00     62,644       6,827
Azusa              Van     2008                                    12        2      0.00    2.00      2.00
Brawley                    2002    32       1,000
Butte Co         Bkmbl     1975    26       1,500      2,968       14       20      0.00    0.25      0.25      1,467       3,215
El Dorado Co     Bkmbl     2001    28       2,500         0         0        0      0.00    0.00      0.00          0         66
Escondido        Bkmbl     2002    24       2,000                  21       11      0.00    0.25      0.25      1,346       1,500
Fresno Co        Bkmbl     2005    33       3,000     11,504       53       47      1.00    1.00      0.00     10,919      57,818
Fresno Co        Bkmbl     2000    27       2,000      9,000       42      112      1.00    1.00      0.00     12,874      13,266
Fresno Co        Bkmbl     2001    33       3,000      8,996       69       35      0.00    1.00      0.00          0      26,339
Fullerton        Bkmbl     2000    32       4,000      3,000       24        6      0.00    0.00      0.00     10,002      12,670
Glendale         Bkmbl     1981    35      10,390      3,071       48       11      0.00    0.57      0.51     29,419      65,368
Humboldt Co      Bkmbl     2005    32       2,500     15,157       22        9      0.00    1.00      0.00     11,041      20,871
Kern Co          Bkmbl     2003    15       2,924      2,292       17        4      0.00    0.17      0.03      6,343       4,095
Kern Co          Bkmbl     1983    26       4,920     10,690       61       14      0.00    0.67      0.03     18,922      14,408
Los Angeles Co   Bkmbl     2000    28       2,500      8,899       62       10      0.00    2.00      1.00     35,568      13,364
Los Angeles Co   Bkmbl     2000    28       2,500      6,357       93        7      0.00    2.00      1.00     14,355      33,332
Los Angeles Co   Bkmbl     2000    28       2,500      5,713       93        7      0.00    2.00      1.00     16,899      20,382
Los Angeles Co   Bkmbl     2000    28       2,500      6,391       55        6      0.00    2.00      2.00     36,987      14,268
Marin Co         Bkmbl     2000    28       2,750     13,830       80       16      0.00    1.16      0.37     24,133       8,410
Mendocino Co     Bkmbl     1994    29       5,449                  44       12      1.00    1.00      0.00     20,217     186,342
Mono Co          Bkmbl     1995    19       3,000     10,000       52       25      0.00    0.50      0.00      3,808      41,886
Monrovia           Van     2002    32       1,200       500        40        5      3.60    3.60      0.89      1,500      10,000
Monterey         Bkmbl     2008    30       3,000       500       500        5      0.00    0.50      0.25     11,866      13,772
Monterey Co      Bkmbl     1993    31       4,751      8,100       36       11      0.00    1.00      0.00      4,031      45,674
Monterey Co      Bkmbl     1995    28       4,622      3,950       23        3      0.00    1.00      1.00      4,897       3,670
Monterey Co      Bkmbl     2001    26       4,580      1,939       10        2      0.00    1.00      1.00      1,434       7,479
Mountain View      Van     2005    27       2,500      1,498       28        7      0.00    0.75      0.30     43,044       6,611
National City    Bkmbl     2001    32       3,257      3,000     1,000      10      0.00    0.50      2.00      4,723       4,500
Oakland          Bkmbl     2004    32       2,500

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Public Libraries-Mobile Libraries                                                       FY 2008 - 2009
 Library                  Vehicle   Year   Length    Book      Annual    Hours   Stops /   Librn   Other   Support Circulation   Maint.
                           Type                     Capacity   Mileage   Month    Week                                            Cost
Oceanside                 Bkmbl     2006    40       8,350      2,779    130        9      0.00    1.50      0.10     24,180     38,646
Oceanside                 Bkmbl     2003    32       4,520      3,420     72        6      0.00    1.10      0.10      9,589     34,197
Palmdale                  Bkmbl     2003    28       3,000      4,781     87       10      0.00    1.00      1.00                 5,297
Placer Co                 Bkmbl     1998    34       5,600      7,123     81       16      0.00    1.00      0.20     16,414      9,042
Rancho Cucamonga          Bkmbl     2002    29       5,000      3,000     20       10      1.00    0.75      0.25     51,518      5,000
Richmond                  Bkmbl     1995    35       2,500      5,000    113       26      1.00    1.66      0.00     30,134      6,416
Riverside Co              Bkmbl     1985    40       3,750      5,700     61       14      1.00    0.00      0.50      4,256     67,838
Riverside Co              Bkmbl     1975    32       4,000      7,435     52        8              1.75               11,349     80,095
Sacramento                 Van      1988    18       3,500      5,100     36       10      0.00    1.00      0.00     32,400      5,000
Sacramento                Bkmbl     1999    28       2,000       200       0        1      0.00    0.00      0.00          0       500
Sacramento                Bkmbl     1999    28       2,500      6,300     35        9      0.00    1.00      0.00     18,953      5,000
Salinas                   Bkmbl     2000    24       2,000      1,960     32        4      1.00    1.00      0.00      3,211      2,400
San Benito Co              Van      2009    28       3,000        35      17        8      0.00    1.00      1.00        231       705
San Bernardino Co         Bkmbl     2003    32       6,000     12,500     25        6      0.00    0.30      0.30      3,415     15,000
San Diego Co              Bkmbl     2001    28       3,280     10,576     72        8      0.00    2.00      0.00     31,396     32,900
San Diego Co              Bkmbl     2001    28       3,280      7,088     58        9      0.00    2.00      0.00     40,373     39,874
San Francisco             Bkmbl     1997    32       2,500      1,738     84        6      0.50    2.00      0.00     27,446      4,987
San Francisco             Bkmbl     2004    28       2,200      1,663     44        4      0.50    2.00      0.00     27,446      5,072
San Francisco             Bkmbl     2006    28       2,200      1,265     47        3      0.50    2.00      0.00     27,446      7,073
San Francisco             Bkmbl     1994    25       4,600      2,860     49       12      1.00    1.00      0.37     41,356     22,038
San Francisco             Bkmbl     1992    32       2,400      1,442     30       11      1.00    2.25      0.00     10,183      3,000
San Luis Obispo City-Co   Bkmbl     2002    34       4,000     12,000     51       13      0.00    1.00      0.00     11,478     14,259
San Mateo Co              Bkmbl     1993    32       4,000      5,500     41       12      0.10    0.75      0.40     37,639      5,560
Santa Barbara             Bkmbl     2001    34       3,500      7,000     80       18      0.00    1.00      0.00      5,475     13,405
Santa Clara Co            Bkmbl     2003    28       2,500      7,598     42       15      1.50    0.50      0.50     59,835      8,658
Santa Clara Co            Bkmbl     1991    24       1,600      3,439      7        3      1.50    0.50      0.50                 5,148
Santa Cruz City-Co        Bkmbl     1998    32       1,925      8,000     50       12      0.50    1.50      2.00     39,782
Stockton-San Joaquin Co Bkmbl       2006    34       4,000      8,500     65       14      0.00    0.80      0.80     14,799     22,328
Stockton-San Joaquin Co Bkmbl       2000    32                  2,534      5        2      0.00    0.20      0.20        288      9,996
Tuolumne Co               Bkmbl     2002    24        500       6,500     66        9      0.00    0.75      0.25      4,345      4,144
Yuba Co                   Bkmbl     2001    32       2,200      2,780    120        6      0.00    1.00      1.00      2,927      4,800



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County Law Libraries - Basic Information                                                FY 2008 - 2009

 Library           Population      Attorneys   Judges     Full-time   Part-time Staff     Staff FTE   Libr. Handled Staff Paid from
                                                        Staff (Count)    (Count)                       in Addition   Libr. Budget
Alameda                1,556,657      6,448     86          11                 7           13               N              Y
Alpine                    1,201           5
Amador                   38,080          78      2
Butte                   220,748         360     14            1                1            2               N              Y
Calaveras                45,987          30      3            0                1            0               Y              Y
Colusa                   21,997          18
Contra Costa           1,060,435      1,600     46            5                1            5               N              Y
Del Norte                29,547          41
El Dorado               180,185         280      8            1                2            1               N              Y
Fresno                  942,298       1,902     60            4                             4               N              Y
Glenn                    29,239          20
Humboldt                132,755         262                                    2            1                              Y
Imperial                179,254         143
Inyo                     18,049          22      3            0                2            0               N              N
Kern                    827,173         733     38            2                1            2               N              Y
Kings                   154,743         101
Lake                     64,025          95
Lassen                   35,550          20      2            0                3            1               Y              N
Los Angeles        10,393,185        49,006                 42               22            53               N              Y
Madera                  152,331          20      8            0                1            0               Y              Y
Marin                   258,618         350     14            1                4            1               N              Y
Mariposa                 18,306          20
Mendocino                90,206         225     10            2                2            1               Y              Y
Merced                  256,450         163     12            1                1            1               N              Y
Modoc                     9,698           8
Mono                     13,504          45
Monterey                431,892         928     23            2                0            2               N              Y
Napa                    137,571         396
Nevada                   98,718         283                                    1                                           N
Orange                 3,139,017     14,816    144          17                 4           19               N              Y
Placer                  339,577         896     18            1                2            2               N              Y
Plumas                   20,632          29      2                             1                            Y              Y
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County Law Libraries - Basic Information                                                FY 2008 - 2009

 Library           Population      Attorneys   Judges     Full-time   Part-time Staff     Staff FTE   Libr. Handled Staff Paid from
                                                        Staff (Count)    (Count)                       in Addition   Libr. Budget
Riverside              2,107,653      2,804     75            7                6            9               N              Y
Sacramento             1,433,187      7,622     73          19                 0            0               N              Y
San Benito               58,016          58      3                             1                            N              Y
San Bernardino         2,060,950      3,213     84            9                5           12               N              Y
San Diego              3,173,407     16,306    173          22                 8           26               N              Y
San Francisco           845,559      18,316     64          11                 7           14
San Joaquin             689,480         831
San Luis Obispo         270,429         658                                    3            0               N              Y
San Mateo               745,858       1,200     34            3                6            2               N              Y
Santa Barbara           431,312       1,324     27            2                7            4               N              Y
Santa Clara            1,857,621      8,856     94            4                4            7               N              Y
Santa Cruz              268,637         713     14            2                0            2               N              Y
Shasta                  183,023         357     13            1                1            0               N              Y
Sierra                    3,358           2
Siskiyou                 45,973           1      5            0                1            0               Y              N
Solano                  426,729         520     24            2                0            2               N              Y
Sonoma                  486,630       1,501
Stanislaus              526,383         538     26            2                1            2               Y              Y
Sutter                   96,554         104
Tehama                   62,836          62      5                             1                            Y              Y
Trinity                  13,959          21
Tulare                  441,481         393     23            2                1            2               N              Y
Tuolumne                 56,335          80
Ventura                 836,080       2,795     29            5                0            5               N              Y
Yolo                    200,709         665     13            1                1            2               Y              Y
Yuba                     72,900          91




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County Law Libraries - Income                                                FY 2008 - 2009

  County               Total Income   Filing Fees   Fee Per Case Bd of Sup   Other Ext.   Internal
                                        Income                    Income      Income       Income
 Alameda                 2,010,865      1,912,836       37              0         1,146     96,883
 Alpine                                       235        4
 Amador                    18,516          19,936       20
 Butte                    218,624         212,988       35              0             0      5,636
 Calaveras                 38,738          38,356       32              0          382           0
 Colusa                                     7,813       17
 Contra Costa            1,190,736      1,157,040       35              0             0     33,696
 Del Norte                                 11,971       20
 El Dorado                160,122         153,042       29              0             0          0
 Fresno                  1,137,256      1,080,316       37              0             0     56,940
 Glenn                                     12,317       20
 Humboldt                                 125,171       40
 Imperial                                 102,478       20
 Inyo                      23,425          12,082       29         11,343             0          0
 Kern                     686,978         656,511       27              0             0     31,466
 Kings                                     98,571       29
 Lake                                      41,095       23
 Lassen                    20,696          18,741       28              0             0      1,955
 Los Angeles           11,400,268       9,978,807       24              0     1,058,905   332,556
 Madera                   127,311         125,899       32              0         1,623       171
 Marin                    259,653         235,472       32              0         2,725     16,538
 Mariposa                                   9,446       27
 Mendocino                 77,500          76,000       35              0          200       1,300
 Merced                   223,154         215,713       29              0             0      7,441
 Modoc                                      4,023       20
 Mono                                       5,006       20
 Monterey                 352,329         345,723       31              0             0      2,035
 Napa                                      95,249       23
 Nevada                    83,769          81,551       29                                   2,217
 Orange                  4,193,424      4,059,412       35              0             0     37,277
 Placer                   424,969         395,654       35         20,000          863       8,452
 Plumas                                    11,539       23

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County Law Libraries - Income                                                FY 2008 - 2009

   County              Total Income   Filing Fees   Fee Per Case Bd of Sup   Other Ext.   Internal
                                        Income                    Income      Income       Income
 Riverside               2,711,533      2,621,210       32              0             0     90,323
 Sacramento              4,332,305      3,927,391       50              0          983    144,757
 San Benito                                 3,534       26
 San Bernardino          2,603,237      2,514,441       29              0        69,466     19,330
 San Diego               4,476,704      4,186,517       38              0       224,078     66,109
 San Francisco           1,911,405      1,828,707       42        488,815        82,735     82,589
 San Joaquin                              743,767       29
 San Luis Obispo          251,182         238,179       34                                  13,003
 San Mateo                826,177         809,572       39              0          875      26,712
 Santa Barbara            483,218         468,787       41              0         2,000     12,431
 Santa Clara             1,406,953      1,294,698       26              0             0   112,255
 Santa Cruz               245,661         221,915       35              0          536       2,321
 Shasta                   172,886         159,671       26              0          600      12,615
 Sierra                                     2,093       20
 Siskiyou                  37,901          31,303       26          5,000         1,597          0
 Solano                   432,930         428,578       29              0                    4,352
 Sonoma                   560,655         524,720       35              0         7,859     28,076
 Stanislaus               569,289         439,562       24         90,267         6,588     32,939
 Sutter                                    21,492        7
 Tehama                    45,343          42,291       23              0         2,983         69
 Trinity                                    4,224       20
 Tulare                   430,937         394,010       35              0             0     36,927
 Tuolumne                                  29,136       20
 Ventura                  909,973         863,680       32              0             2     46,291
 Yolo                     182,591         173,126       35              0         8,590       875
 Yuba                                      22,898       10




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County Law Libraries - Resources                                                   FY 2008 - 2009

County           Total Vols   Vols Added Total Audio Total Microforms     Continuations   Wireless
                   Held                                                   Subscriptions   Available
Alameda          100,808            864       143           669,332             1,719        Yes
Alpine                                                                                        No
Amador             1,950              0         0                0                 0          No
Butte              5,700             73        30                                297          No
Calaveras          9,000            200         2                0                 0          No
Colusa                                                                                        No
Contra Costa      43,257            637         0           128,924             2,500        Yes
Del Norte                                                                                     No
El Dorado          8,686             24         0                0                 0         Yes
Fresno            45,429            790       400            50,647                          Yes
Glenn                                                                                         No
Humboldt                                                                                      No
Imperial                                                                                     Yes
Inyo               3,750             75         0              500                31         Yes
Kern              27,005            430        25                0                 0          No
Kings                                                                                         No
Lake                                                                                          No
Lassen             2,860             15         0                0                 2          No
Los Angeles      724,608          9,435      1,157        1,298,271             7,188        Yes
Madera                                                                                       Yes
Marin             28,260            109         9                0                50         Yes
Mariposa                                                                                      No
Mendocino                            36         0                0                            No
Merced            11,569            284         0                0               220          No
Modoc                                                                                         No
Mono                                                                                          No
Monterey          29,000              8         0                0                23         Yes
Napa                                                                                          No
Nevada             7,157                                                                     Yes
Orange           155,580          5,490      2,011        1,124,313             5,137         No
Placer             8,673             87         5                0                29         Yes
Plumas             6,120                                                                     Yes

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County Law Libraries - Resources                                                    FY 2008 - 2009

County            Total Vols   Vols Added Total Audio Total Microforms     Continuations   Wireless
                    Held                                                   Subscriptions   Available
Riverside         104,443          1,130       130            87,143             2,366        Yes
Sacramento         54,273          6,285       496           152,000             2,377        Yes
San Benito                                                                                     No
San Bernardino    140,378          2,351       383             6,165              437          No
San Diego         160,191          6,431       589           474,443             1,389        Yes
San Francisco     345,000          5,240         0                0              1,516         No
San Joaquin                                                                                    No
San Luis Obispo    15,000             10        35             4,200                0         Yes
San Mateo          32,524            100        97             2,987                          Yes
Santa Barbara      48,660            894         0            15,337               20         Yes
Santa Clara                        1,580       189                                541         Yes
Santa Cruz         15,000            153        81                0               218         Yes
Shasta             11,875              4         0                0               132         Yes
Sierra                                                                                         No
Siskiyou            3,100            100         0                0                35         Yes
Solano             20,849            518         4            35,755              506         Yes
Sonoma             25,345             15       210                0               110         Yes
Stanislaus         18,689              0         7                0                 0         Yes
Sutter                                                                                         No
Tehama              1,107             16         0                0                 4         Yes
Trinity                                                                                        No
Tulare             17,124            483         8                0              1,751         No
Tuolumne                                                                                       No
Ventura            72,810          2,478      1,330          143,178             1,093        Yes
Yolo               17,106            269         4                0               267          No
Yuba                                                                                          Yes




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County Law Libraries - Expenditures & Services                                    FY 2008 - 2009

 Library        Total Op Materials Total Salaries    Monthly     Total Circulation Reference   ILL Items   ILL Items
               Expenditures Exp                     Salary-Dir                     Questions    Lent       Borrowed
Alameda          1,747,517   421,468     837,105                          2,684       21,665        0           0
Alpine
Amador             17,473     10,136                                         0             0        0           0
Butte             224,630     63,947     125,778        4,416                          3,311        0           2
Calaveras          36,943     35,065       1,878          225              675             6        0           0
Colusa
Contra Costa      901,553    400,732     377,523        6,520                          5,000
Del Norte
El Dorado         116,152     46,189      46,141        3,250                0             0        0           0
Fresno            980,336    466,273     255,851        7,641             2,822        2,539        3          13
Glenn
Humboldt                0
Imperial                0
Inyo               23,425     17,042           0        4,423              200            50        0           0
Kern              573,276    238,036     161,983        4,725             1,519       70,450        0           8
Kings
Lake
Lassen             18,586      1,063      12,000          450                0           750        0           0
Los Angeles      8,561,594 2,759,890   3,664,454       13,063          17,059                      30
Madera             96,696     63,092      11,622        1,000
Marin             255,810    135,598      92,912        3,750                0             0        0           2
Mariposa
Mendocino          58,650     38,300      16,950        1,627                0           300        0           3
Merced            186,783     67,379      97,690        3,669              350         2,500        1           1
Modoc
Mono
Monterey          229,735    115,735      79,000        3,710               19            82        2           1
Napa
Nevada             86,124     31,382      26,533                                       6,480                    5
Orange           3,006,727   972,869   1,569,630       12,131             3,711       15,753       11           1
Placer            354,990     73,009     170,806        6,000                0         6,080        0           0
Plumas                  0
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County Law Libraries - Expenditures & Services                                       FY 2008 - 2009

 Library           Total Op Materials Total Salaries    Monthly     Total Circulation Reference   ILL Items   ILL Items
                  Expenditures Exp                     Salary-Dir                     Questions    Lent       Borrowed
Riverside           1,263,267   498,200     558,162        7,083              301        17,382         1          0
Sacramento          2,853,471   554,737   1,635,031        9,051          16,620         26,533       142         15
San Benito                 0
San Bernardino      1,703,801   721,420     572,085        8,333               72                      11          0
San Diego           3,177,560   681,798   1,824,309       10,545             7,296       21,656         5         15
San Francisco       2,400,220   554,120   1,073,313       11,358             5,717
San Joaquin
San Luis Obispo      227,293    100,079      82,113        3,754              400         1,500         0          0
San Mateo            614,257    282,579     236,480        7,166              873                       0          0
Santa Barbara        445,307     96,685     293,587        5,647             1,523        5,740         0          9
Santa Clara         1,145,951   351,353     408,316        6,041             6,732       10,000         3          0
Santa Cruz           206,610     67,385     100,000        5,549              472         8,193         1         19
Shasta               139,631     48,061      56,000        2,500             3,475        2,482         0          7
Sierra
Siskiyou              46,923     28,345           0                           352         1,251         0          0
Solano               371,361    136,924     187,974        2,664             1,017        8,736         0          0
Sonoma               548,492    198,781     242,033        6,000
Stanislaus           425,315    116,584     126,902        3,270                0             0         2         13
Sutter
Tehama                33,584      8,732       9,404          714                0           265         0          0
Trinity
Tulare               368,698    143,201     130,652        4,140                5         8,339         0          2
Tuolumne
Ventura              733,809    322,249     292,030        6,697             6,852        4,189         0          0
Yolo                 148,958     40,635      60,500        3,040              245         1,897         0         34
Yuba




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                                                                                             Appendix A
                                         California State Library

                       Federal-State Cooperative System for Public Library Data

                        CALIFORNIA PUBLIC LIBRARY REPORT 2008/2009

                                           INSTRUCTIONS
These instructions are written to assist you in filing this year's California Public Library Report with the
California State Library. The report incorporates data elements requested by the Public Library
Statistics Cooperative coordinated by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

In financial sections, report whole dollars only, omit cents.

Enter "0" if the entry is zero. If an item does not apply or the figure is unknown, enter “N/A”, do not
repeat last year’s figure if the figure for this year is unknown.

If an exact figure is not available but the amount is known to be greater than zero, please enter an
estimate of the amount.


The due date for completion of this year's annual report is September 30, 2009.


If you have questions call Ira Bray (916) 653-0171, email: ibray@library.ca.gov

DIRECTORY UPDATE

Your Directory information, as it currently exists in our files, is provided. Please review this data and
make updates or corrections.

Question #     Element name          Description

5             Courtesy Title. Ms., Mr., or Dr.

6–9           Director. Name and title of library director.

10 - 13       Street Address. Street address of main library or headquarters, including city, ZIP and
              ZIP+4. Please do not make minor changes to the address unless there is an obvious
              error or a completely new address.

14 - 17       Mailing Address. Mailing address or Post Office Box, including city, ZIP and ZIP+4 for
              mailing. Repeat the street address if it is the same as the mailing address.

18            Public phone. Telephone number, with area code, by which the general public can
              reach the library administration during business hours whether the library is actually
              open for public service or not. Number will be published, so should be one appropriate
              for public use. Do not report only an unstaffed answering machine number.

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19            Reference Phone. Telephone number, with area code, by which the general public can
              reach the library's public service desk during hours the library is regularly open.
              Number will be published.

20            FAX. Telephone number of facsimile machine, if available.

21            TDD for Deaf. Phone number of telecommunications device for deaf patrons, if
              available.

22            Library Director's Email Address. Enter the Email address that State Library staff can
              use to communicate with the library director. It will not be published or re-distributed.

23            Library's Email Address. The Email address that other libraries should use for
              general library electronic mail access to your library.

24            Web Address. The full Web address by which the library can be accessed on the
              Internet.

25            House District(s). Enter the U.S. House of Representatives district number(s) in which
              library service is provided.

26            State Senate District(s). Enter the State Senate district number(s) in which library
              service is provided.

27            State Assembly District(s). Enter the State Assembly district number(s) in which
              library service is provided.

28            ILL Period: # Weeks. Enter your standard loan period for ILL's, in number of weeks.

29            ILL Photocopying free up to 10 pages? Y = Yes; N = No.

30            Copy Fee. If the answer to 17 is No, enter here the copy fee that is charged.

31            Name of person completing this survey. Person who could answer questions
              regarding response made on the survey.

32            Email address of person completing this survey. Email contact information for
              person completing the survey.




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POPULATION

201        Pop. of Legal Service Area. (CSL only) Figure is based upon the California Dept. of
           Finance, Demographic Research Unit E-1 report issued each May 1st. Adjustments
           made if necessary by CSL staff to reflect the boundary of each library service area.

202        Pop. Children Under Age 5. Estimated population of children under age 5 within the
           library service area.

203        Pop. Children Age 5-14. Estimated population of children ages 5 to 14 within the
           library service area.

204        Registered Borrowers as of June 30. A registered borrower is a library user who has
           applied for and received an identification number or card from the public library that has
           established conditions under which the user may borrow library materials and gain
           access to other library resources. (Output Measures for Public Libraries, 2nd edition).
            Note: Files should have been purged within the past three (3) years.

205        Children Borrowers. Number of children registered with the library for circulation and
           other services, as of June 30 of the Report Year. Report individual rather than
           household registration. Files should have been purged at least once within the last
           three years.

OUTLETS


206        Main Library. If jurisdiction has a central or main library open for public service, enter
           "1". Do not report administrative headquarters if not open for public library service. If
           there is no central or main library then leave blank.

207        Branches. A branch is an extension library open some part of each of at least five days
           a week, has at least 1,400 sq. ft. of floor space, a general book collection of at least
           7,000 volumes, and is staffed with the equivalent of at least one librarian and one
           clerical employee during the hours open for service. Enter number of branches.
           Include in the count any branch that opened or closed part way through the year.

208        Stations. A station is a library structure smaller than a branch, providing a lower level
           of service. All stations have all of the following, however: 1.) separate quarters; 2.) a
           permanent basic collection; 3.) at least one established, paid position; and 4.) a regular
           schedule for opening to the public. Enter number of stations. Include in the count any
           station that opened or closed part way through the year.

210        Bookmobiles. Truck or van that is specially equipped and serves as a traveling branch
           library. Enter number of vehicles in public service, not number of stops made. Do not
           include non-public delivery vehicles or other library vehicles.



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LIBRARY STAFF

           Report figures as of the last day of the fiscal year. Include all positions funded in the
           library’s budget whether those positions are filled or not.

251         Total count of persons employed. Total count of all persons employed in library and
            support services, funded in the library’s budget, full-time and part-time, as of June 30,
            Report Year. Each person employed counts as one, whether they are employed full or
            part time.

  The remainder of this section is reported in full-time equivalent (FTE). Full-time is normally 40
  hours per week, but not less than 36. The FTE of one full-time position is "1." To compute the
  FTE of a part-time position, divide number of hours worked per week by hours of normal
  workweek. The FTE of one 20-hour position is "0.5." Add total full-time positions and FTE of part-
  time positions for entries.

252         ALA LIBRARIANS. FTE Librarians with a master's degree from a library education
            program accredited by the American Library Association, including Library Director if
            applicable.

253         FTE Total Librarians. FTE all Librarians, including Library Director. Include accredited
            from item 252 and any unaccredited with title of Librarian. Persons with the title of
            librarian who do paid work that usually requires professional training and skill in the
            theoretical or scientific aspects of library work, or both, as distinct from its mechanical or
            clerical aspect.

      Enter next all other support persons not called Librarian. This includes all other FTE
      employees paid from the reporting unit budget, including plant operations, security, and
      maintenance staff.

254         FTE Special Professionals. FTE special professionals, non-Librarian. Include
            business manager, personnel director, literacy specialist, public relations, etc.

255         FTE Lib. Tech. Assistants. FTE Library Technical Assistants (AA degree).

256         FTE Other. FTE all other persons paid from library budget.

259         Volunteers. FTE volunteer workers, average per week. Enter number of persons in
            Full Time Equivalents, not number of hours worked. A person who volunteers ten hours
            a week would be counted as .25 FTE, i.e., one quarter the time of a full time person.




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INCOME – FOR OPERATIONAL EXPENDITURES

Report revenue used for operating expenditures as defined below. Include federal, state, local, or
other grants. DO NOT include revenue for major capital expenditures, contributions to endowments,
revenue passed through to another agency (e.g., fines), or funds unspent in the previous fiscal year
(e.g., carryover). (Funds transferred from one public library to another public library should be
reported by only one of the public libraries. The State Data Coordinator shall determine which library
will report these funds.) Report whole dollars only (omit cents).

301           Local Government. Local Government Income This includes all local government
              funds designated by the community, district, or region and available for expenditure by
              the public library. Do not include the value of any contributed or in-kind services or the
              value of any gifts and donations, library fines, fees, or grants. Include contract
              payments from another jurisdiction for library services provided. Do not include state,
              federal, and other funds passed through local government for library use. Report these
              funds with state government revenue or federal government revenue, as appropriate.

302           State funds. All funds from state sources including CLSA transaction based
              reimbursements, database and literacy programs, and Public Library Fund allocation.

303           Federal funds. This includes all federal government funds distributed to public libraries
              for expenditure by the public libraries, including federal money distributed by the state.
              Include funds from the federal Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) program, or
              other federal programs.

304           All Other Income. This is all operating income other than that reported under local,
              state, and federal (items #301, #304, and #305 ). Include, for example, monetary gifts
              and donations received in the current year, interest, library fines, fees for library
              services, or grants from private sources. Do not include the value of any contributed or
              in-kind services or the value of any non-monetary gifts and donations.

INCOME – FOR CAPITAL OUTLAY

Report all revenue to be used for major capital expenditures, by source of revenue. Include funds
received for (a) site acquisition; (b) new buildings; (c) additions to or renovation of library buildings;
(d) furnishings, equipment, and initial collections (print, non-print, and electronic) for new buildings,
building additions, or building renovations; (e) computer hardware and software used to support
library operations, to link to networks, or to run information products; (f) new vehicles; and (g) other
one-time major projects. Exclude revenue to be used for replacement and repair of existing
furnishings and equipment, regular purchase of library materials, and investments for capital
appreciation. Exclude income passed through to another agency (e.g., fines), or funds unspent in the
previous fiscal year (e.g., carryover). Funds transferred from one public library to another public
library should be reported by only one of the public libraries. Report whole dollars only (omit cents).
Note that the amounts reported for Total Capital Revenue and Total Capital Expenditures are not
expected to be equal. Report federal, state, local, and other revenue to be used for major capital
expenditures in the following categories:


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310            Local Government. Report all governmental funds designated by the community,
               district, or region and available to the public library for the purpose of major capital
               expenditures, except for state and/or federal money distributed by the local government.

311            State funds. Report all funds distributed to public libraries by state government for
               expenditure by the public libraries for the purpose of major capital expenditures, except
               for federal money distributed by the state.

312            Federal funds. Report federal governmental funds, including federal funds distributed
               by the state or locality, and grants and aid received by the library for the purpose of
               major capital expenditures.

313            Other income. Report private (non-governmental funds), including grants received by
               the library for the purpose of major capital expenditures.

EXPENDITURES

401 - 414
Operating expenditures are the current and recurrent costs necessary to support the provision of
library services. Significant costs, especially benefits and salaries, that are paid by other taxing
agencies (government agencies with the authority to levy taxes) "on behalf of" the library may be
included if the information is available to the reporting agency. Only such funds that are supported by
expenditure documents (such as invoices, contracts, payroll records, etc.) at the point of
disbursement should be included. Do not report the value of free items as expenditures. Do not report
estimated costs as expenditures. Do not report capital expenditures under this category. Report
whole dollars only, omit cents. Include local, state, federal, and other funding sources.

401            Salaries. Report salaries and wages for all staff paid from library budget. County
               libraries include County Librarian.

402            Benefits. Report benefits outside salary and wages paid and accruing to all
               employees, if paid from library budget. Include Social Security, retirement, medical and
               life insurance, unemployment compensation, and others.

404            Print Materials. Expenditure for printed materials (except serials) including books,
               government publications, Braille, ephemera, etc.

405            Current Serials. Expenditure for current print serials including newspapers,
               periodicals, annual reports, yearbooks and proceedings.

407            Electronic Materials Expenditures. Report all operating expenditures for electronic
               (digital) materials. Types of electronic materials include E-books, E-serials (including
               journals), government documents, databases (including locally mounted, full text or not),
               electronic files, reference tools, scores, maps, or pictures in electronic or digital format,
               including materials digitized by the library. Electronic materials can be distributed on
               magnetic tape, diskettes, computer software, CD-ROM, or other portable digital carrier,
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            and can be accessed via a computer, via access to the Internet, or by using an e-book
            reader. Include equipment expenditures that are inseparably bundled into the price of
            the information service product. Include expenditures for materials held locally and for
            remote electronic materials for which permanent or temporary access rights have been
            acquired. Include expenditures for database licenses. [Note: Based on ISO 2789
            definition.]

408         Other Materials. Expenditure for any other materials not included above such as
            microform, DVD’s and materials in new formats.

410         All other operating expenditures. All other operating expenditures including
            preservation, plant operations, operating equipment, travel, supplies, contracts.


CAPITAL EXPENDITURES

500         Capital expenditures. Report major capital expenditures (the acquisition of or
            additions to fixed assets). Examples include expenditures for (a) site acquisitions; (b)
            new buildings; (c) additions to or renovation of library buildings; (d) furnishings,
            equipment, and initial book stock for new buildings, building additions, or building
            renovations; (e) library automation systems; (f) new vehicles; and (g) other one-time
            major projects. Include federal, state, local, or other revenue used for major capital
            expenditures. Only funds that are supported by expenditure documents (e.g., invoices,
            contracts, payroll records, etc.) at the point of disbursement should be included.
            Estimated costs are not included. Exclude expenditures for replacement and repair of
            existing furnishings and equipment, regular purchase of library materials, and
            investments for capital appreciation. Exclude contributions to endowments, or revenue
            passed through to another agency (e.g., fines). Funds transferred from one public
            library to another public library should be reported by only one of the public libraries..

EXPENDITURES - Detail

501- 504    Detail on selected special expenditures included in Standard Operational Expenditures.

501         Preservation. Expenditures on measures to conserve the collection including binding
            and rebinding, deacidification, lamination and restoration. Do not include salaries.

502         Children's Materials. Expenditures for Children's Materials. Includes estimated
            expenditures for materials in all formats marked children's that are purchased for use by
            patrons 14 years and younger, or adults.

503         Adult Literacy Program. Expenditures for an adult basic literacy program, from all
            sources, federal, state and/or local.

504         Payment for Contract Service. Payment of funds to another jurisdiction for library
            services performed under contract. Include rebate of CLSA funds to cooperative library
            system, if CLSA was received by library directly.
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COLLECTIONS

Note: Output Measures for Public Library Service to Children: A Manual of Standardized Procedures,
(ALA, 1992) defines children as persons age 14 and under.

601          Children's Books Added. Total number of books added to Children's Collection(s).
             Children are those aged 0-14 years.

602          Books Children. Total number of Children's Books held, June 30 of report year.
             Include cataloged and uncataloged print materials (number of items, not number of
             titles). Do not include serials, periodicals, or other formats.

603          Books Young Adult. Total number of Young Adult books held, June 30 of report year.
              Include cataloged and uncataloged print materials (number of items, not number of
             titles). Do not include serials, periodicals, or other formats. Young adult books are
             those targeted to 12 -18 year olds (ALA – YALSA age focus).

604          Books Added. Total number of print books added including both children's and adult.

605          Titles. Number of book titles represented by count of books added, item 604.

606          Books held. Total number of books held, June 30 of report year. Books are non-serial
             printed publications (including music and maps) that are bound in hard or soft covers, or
             in loose-leaf format. Report the number of physical units, including duplicates. For
             smaller libraries, if volume data are not available, count the number of titles. Books
             packaged together as a unit (e.g., a 2-volume set) and checked out as a unit are
             counted as one physical unit.

607          Government Documents. Number of non-serial government documents held in
             separate collection. Exclude microforms.

608          Serial Volumes Held. Serial back files in print. Serials are publications issued in
             successive parts, usually at regular intervals that are intended to be continued
             indefinitely. Serials include periodicals (magazines); newspapers; annuals (reports,
             yearbooks, etc.); journals, memoirs, proceedings, and transactions of societies; and
             numbered monographic series. Government documents and reference tools are often
             issued as serials. Except for the current volume, count unbound serials as a volume
             when the library has at least half of the issues in a publisher’s volume. Report the
             number of physical units, including duplicates. For smaller libraries, if volume data are
             not available, count the number of titles. Serials packaged together as a unit (e.g., a 2-
             volume serial monograph) and checked out as a unit are counted as one physical unit.

610          Electronic Books. E-books are digital documents (including those digitized by the
             library), licensed or not, where searchable text is prevalent, and which can be seen in
             analogy to a printed book (monograph). Include non-serial government documents. E-
             books are loaned to users on portable devices (e-book readers) or by transmitting the
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           contents to the user’s personal computer for a limited time. Include e-books held locally
           and remote e-books for which permanent or temporary access rights have been
           acquired. Report the number of physical or electronic units, including duplicates, for all
           outlets. For smaller libraries, if volume data are not available, the number of titles may
           be counted. E-books packaged together as a unit (e.g., multiple titles on a single ebook
           reader) and checked out as a unit are counted as one unit.

           Note: Under this category report only items the library has selected as part of the
           collection and made accessible through the library’s Online Public Access Catalog
           (OPAC).

611        Total Audio Materials. These are materials on which sounds (only) are stored
           (recorded) and that can be reproduced (played back) mechanically, electronically, or
           both. Include records, audiocassettes, audio cartridges, audio discs (including audio-
           CD-ROMs), audio-reels, talking books, and other sound recordings, such as web-based
           or downloaded audiobooks and MP3 files. Report the number of physical units, both
           physical and electronic, including duplicates. For smaller libraries, if physical unit data
           are not available, count the number of titles. Items packaged together as a unit (e.g.,
           two audiocassettes for one recorded book) and checked out as a unit are counted as
           one physical unit. For electronic units, report only items the library has selected as part
           of the collection and made accessible through the library’s Online Public Access
           Catalog (OPAC).

612        Total Video Materials. These are materials on which moving pictures are recorded,
           with or without sound. Electronic playback reproduces pictures, with or without sound,
           using a television receiver or monitor. Video formats may include tape, DVD, CD-ROM,
           web-based or downloaded files, etc. Report the number of physical units, both physical
           and electronic, including duplicates. For smaller libraries, if physical unit data are not
           available, count the number of titles. Items packaged together as a unit (e.g., two video
           cassettes for one movie) and checked out as a unit are counted as one physical unit.
           For electronic units, report only items the library has selected as part of the collection
           and made accessible through the library’s Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC).

613        Licensed databases. Report the number of licensed databases (including locally
           mounted or remote, full-text or not) for which temporary or permanent access rights
           have been acquired through payment by the library, or by formal agreement with the
           State Library or a cooperative agreement within the state or region. A database is a
           collection of electronically stored data or unit records (facts, bibliographic data,
           abstracts, texts) with a common user interface and software for the retrieval and
           manipulation of the data. Note: The data or records are usually collected with a
           particular intent and relate to a defined topic. A database may be issued on CD-ROM,
           diskette, or other direct access method, or as a computer file accessed via dial-up
           methods or via the Internet. Subscriptions to individual electronic serial titles are
           reported under Current Electronic Serial Subscriptions (See #615). Each database is
           counted individually even if access to several databases is supported through the same
           vendor interface.

           Number of Licensed Databases acquired through payment or formal agreement:
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           613a.       _________ Local
           613b.       _________ State (state government or State library)
           613c.       _________ Other cooperative agreements (or consortia) within state or
                                 region
           613d Total: _________

614        Current Print Serial Subscriptions. Report the number of current print serial
           subscriptions, including duplicates, for all outlets. Examples of serials are periodicals
           (magazines), newspapers, annuals, some government documents, some reference
           tools, and numbered monographic series

615        Current Electronic Serial Subscriptions. Report the number of current electronic,
           electronic and other format, and digital serial subscriptions (e-serials, e-journals),
           including duplicates, for all outlets. Examples include periodicals (magazines),
           newspapers, annuals, some government documents, some reference tools, and
           numbered monographic series distributed in the following ways: (a) via the Internet
           (e.g., HTML, PDF, JPEG, or compressed file formats such as zipped files), (b) on
           CDROM or other portable digital carrier, (c) on databases (including locally mounted
           databases), and (d) on diskettes or magnetic tapes. Electronic serial subscriptions
           include serials held locally or remote resources that the library has authorization to
           access, including those available through statewide or consortia agreements. Do not
           include subscriptions to indexing and abstracting databases that include full-text serial
           content (e.g., EBSCO Host, ProQuest, OCLC FirstSearch).

616        Catalog Records. The number of bibliographic (title) records in your catalog (OPAC)
           as of June 30th. If your records are part of a union catalog please request a count of
           title records to which your library has attached holdings from the union catalog system
           administrator.

617        Microfilms. Number of microfilm reels held, June 30 of report year.

618        Microforms. Number of microforms, other than microfilms held, June 30 of report year.
           Primarily includes microfiche, counted in sheets, but could include microcards, etc.

619        Children's Audio Materials. Number of cataloged and uncataloged audio-recorded
           materials held in Children's Collection(s). Include all formats, cassettes, CD’s,
           phonorecords, talking books, and other sound recordings.

620        Children's Video Materials. Number of cataloged and uncataloged video-recorded
           materials held in Children's Collection(s). Include all formats, videocassettes, DVD’s,
           etc.




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LIBRARY SERVICE, ANNUAL

Report annual totals in this section.

801          Public Service Hours. This is the sum of annual public service hours for outlets. Note:
             Include the hours open for public service for centrals, branches, stations and
             bookmobiles. For each bookmobile, count only the hours during which the bookmobile is
             open to the public. Minor variations in scheduled public service hours need not be
             included, however, extensive hours closed to the public due to natural disasters or other
             events should be excluded even if the staff is scheduled to work.

802          Library Visits. This is the total number of persons entering the library for whatever
             purpose during the year. Note: If an actual count of visits is unavailable, determine an
             annual estimate by counting visits during a typical week in October and multiplying the
             count by 52. A “typical week” is a time that is neither unusually busy nor unusually slow.
             Avoid holiday times, vacation periods for key staff, or days when unusual events are
             taking place in the community or the library. Choose a week in which the library is open
             its regular hours. Include seven consecutive calendar days, from Sunday through
             Saturday (or whenever the library is usually open).

803          Reference Questions. A reference transaction is an information contact which
             involves the knowledge, use, recommendations, interpretation, or instruction in the use
             of one or more information sources by a member of the library staff. It includes
             information and referral services. Information sources include printed and non-printed
             materials, machine-readable databases, catalogs and other holdings records, and,
             through communication or referral, other libraries and institutions and people inside and
             outside the library. The request may come in person, by phone, by fax, or by mail,
             electronic mail, or through live or networked electronic reference service (virtual
             reference services) from an adult, a young adult, or a child.
             Do not count directional transactions or questions of rules or policies. Examples of
             directional transactions are “Where are the children’s books?” and “I’m looking for a
             book with the call number 811.2G.” An example of a question of rules or policies is “Are
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804 - 808   Materials Circulation. Circulation of materials including renewals. Note: Count all
            materials that are charged out for use outside the library. Interlibrary loan transactions
            included are only items borrowed for users, i.e. direct loan. Do not include items
            checked out to another library.

804         Circulation of Children's Materials. The total annual circulation of all children’s
            materials in all formats to all users, including renewals.

805         Non-English. Count of total non-English language materials (adult, YA, and Children's)
            circulated annually.

806         Non-book. Count of total non-book materials circulated annually. Include audiovisuals,
            microforms, software, graphics, and all other non-print items.

807         Total. Total annual circulation (including renewals), library materials of all types.

808 - 809   Inter-Library Loans. These are library materials, or copies of the materials, provided
            to or received from one autonomous library to another upon request. The libraries
            involved in interlibrary loans are not under the same library administration. These data
            are reported as annual figures.

808         Lent. Annual count of items provided ILL to other libraries.

809         Received. Annual count of items received ILL from other libraries.

810 - 820   Programs. A program is any planned event which introduces the group attending to
            any of the broad range of library services or activities or which directly provides
            information to participants. Programs may cover use of the library, library services, or
            library tours. Programs may also provide cultural, recreational, or educational
            information, often designed to meet a specific social need. Examples of these types of
            programs include film showings; lectures; story hours; literacy, English as a second
            language, and citizenship classes; and book discussions. Count all programs, whether
            held on- or off-site, that are sponsored or co-sponsored by the library. Exclude
            programs sponsored by other groups that use library facilities. If programs are offered
            as a series, count each program in the series. For example, a film series offered once a
            week for eight weeks should be counted as eight programs. Report the number of
            programs and attendance, by age group.

            Note: Exclude library activities delivered on a one-to-one basis, rather than to a group,
            such as one-to-one literacy tutoring, services to homebound, resume writing assistance,
            homework assistance, and mentoring activities.

            Annual Children's Program Attendance is the actual count over the course of a year of
            the attendance, both adults and children, at programs which have all or a portion of their
            target market intended for 11 years and younger. A children’s program is any planned
            event for which the primary audience is children and which introduces the group of
            children attending to any of the broad range of library services or activities for children
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             or which directly provides information to participants. Children’s programs may cover
             use of the library, library services, or library tours. Children’s programs may also provide
             cultural, recreational, or educational information, often designed to meet a specific
             social need. Examples of these types of programs include story hours and summer
             reading events. Count all children’s programs, whether held on- or off-site, that are
             sponsored or co-sponsored by the library. Do not include children’s programs
             sponsored by other groups that use library facilities. If children’s programs are offered
             as a series, count each program in the series For example, a book club offered every
             two weeks, 24 weeks a year, should be counted as 24 programs. Exclude library
             activities for children delivered on a one-to-one basis, rather than to a group, such as
             one-to-one literacy tutoring, services to homebound, homework assistance, and
             mentoring activities.

             Young Adult (YA) programs follow the same pattern as above except that the target age
             range is 12 to 18, children’s age is defined as 11 years and under, see:

             The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES): Children and Young Adults
             Defined [Services and Resources for Children and Young Adults in Public Libraries,
             August 1995, NCES 95357]
             http://nces.ed.gov/surveys/frss/publications/95357/index.asp?sectionid=3

             The Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) defines young adults as age 12-
             18, http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/yalsa/aboutyalsab/yalsafactsheet.cfm


SALARY SURVEY

Complete entries for this reporting year. Report beginning step and final step of monthly salary range
in whole dollars; omit cents. If payment is made in other than monthly increments, compute monthly
equivalent. Only nine positions are surveyed; do not add positions of your library not included on the
survey. If your library has more than one class of position as described, report the highest salary
range. The first 6 positions (items 901.-910.) are considered professional Librarian classes. Lib.
Tech. Asst. is a paraprofessional class, sometimes called Library Technician; it requires specialized
training or job skills/experience but does not require an MLS.

901 - 902    Library Director. Chief Administrator of library.

903 – 904    Assistant Director. Deputy line position with library-wide responsibilities; not
             administrative assistant.

905 – 906    Chief of Division. Professional line position supervising other librarians.

907 – 908    Branch Librarian. Professional line position normally supervising other staff in branch
             library location.

909 – 910    Entry Level Librarian. Beginning professional with library training but normally without
             previous professional library work experience.
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911 – 912   Journeyman Librarian. Second level professional with library training and normally
            with previous professional library work experience.

913 – 914   LTA. Library Technical Assistant, para-professional with AA degree in library science or
            equivalent.

915 – 916   Clerk. Beginning non-professional employee without library work experience or special
            training. Not hourly or student paging help.

917 – 918   Manager. Manager of special library service, normally not a Librarian but professional
            in another field (e.g., Business Manager, Personnel Officer, Literacy Coordinator).

ELECTRONIC SERVICES

857.        California Teleconnect Fund. If your library took advantage of the California
            Teleconnect Fund subsidies during this report year, answer Yes; if not, answer No.

858.        Federal E-Rate. If your library took advantage of the federal E-Rate subsidies during
            this report year, answer Yes; if not, answer No.

859.        Users of Public Internet Computers (per year). Report the total number of individuals
            that have used Internet computers in the library during the last year. If the computer is
            used for multiple purposes (Internet access, word-processing, OPAC, etc.) and Internet
            users cannot be isolated, report all usage. A typical week or other reliable estimate may
            be used to determine the annual number. Sign-up forms or Web-log tracking software
            also may provide a reliable count of users.

860.        Virtual visits to the library (website or catalog). Virtual visits include a user’s request
            of the library web site or catalog from outside the library building regardless of the
            number of pages or elements viewed. This statistic is the equivalent of a session for a
            library's website. Exclude virtual visits from within the library, from robot or spider crawls
            and from page reloads.

861.        RFID. Does your library use a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) system for
            circulation? Yes/No.

REFERENDA INFORMATION

863.        Election Date. Election Date (in MM/DD/YYYY format).

864.        Local Agency Authorizing Election. Examples: City of San Jose, County of Orange,
            Beaumont Library District.

865.        Funding Purpose. Options: Operations, Facilities, Facilities & Operations, Other.



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866.          Type of Tax. Options: Benefit Assessment, Business License Tax, Excise Tax, Gann
              Limit Override, General Obligation Bond, , Parcel Tax, Sales Tax, Special Tax,
              Transient Occupancy Tax, Utility Users Tax, Other.

867.          Percentage of “Yes” Vote. From results of referenda, with one decimal, i.e., 65.8%.

868.          Vote Requirement to Pass. Options: Majority, Supermajority and Other.

869.          Vote Outcome. Options: Pass, Fail.

870.          Notes. Additional information concerning the referenda.


MOBILE LIBRARIES

Definition - A bookmobile is a traveling branch library. It consists of at least all of the following:
1.            a truck or van that carries an organized collection of library materials;
2.            a paid staff; and
3.            regularly scheduled hours (bookmobile stops) for being open to the public.

If you reported on operation of a mobile library in the previous report year, a record is provided to you
for each mobile library operation you reported, indicating your last year's description of that operation.
 Where corrections or updates are appropriate, please make those changes in the space provided.

A new record can be created on which to record any new mobile library operations not previously
reported, click on the “Add Group” button.




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                                          2008-2009
                                  CALIFORNIA PUBLIC LIBRARY
                                       OUTLETS SURVEY
                                           INSTRUCTIONS

General Instructions

Include all branches, stations, and central libraries. Do not include in this report any administrative
headquarters that are not public service outlets, do not include other outlets or deposit only locations.

Complete one set of forms/input screens for each fixed-facility public service outlet.

New Library Outlets: Click on “ADD GROUP” in the survey to create a new record for a new library
             service outlet.

Closed Outlets: If an outlet for which we have provided you a California Library Outlets Survey was
              closed during this report year write a "note to the state" for Section 1. of the Web-based
              input form. Please also include the date the outlet closed if that is easily available.
              Enter any data for the time period the outlet was open.

Updates to Existing Outlets: On the California Library Outlets Survey, you do not need to provide any
             response where there is no change in data from that which is indicated as currently in
             our file. Date built, date remodeled, # of square feet are all examples of data which
             probably has not changed.


Line-by-Line Instructions and Item Definitions

5             Name. Name of outlet.

6             Street Address. Street address of outlet.

7             City. City or community of outlet.

8             ZIP. Five digit ZIP code of outlet street address.

9             ZIP4. Four-digit ZIP+4 code of outlet street address.

10            Mail Address. Mailing address of outlet. This is particularly important if it is different
              from street address. Repeat if the same as the street address.

11            Mail City. City to which mail to the outlet should be directed. Occasionally, this is
              different from the city in which the outlet resides, physically.

12            Mail ZIP. Five-digit ZIP code of outlet mailing address.
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13            ZIP4. Four-digit ZIP+4 code of outlet mailing address.

14            County. County in which the outlet is located.

15            FAX. Telephone number of fax machine in the outlet, if applicable.

16            Phone. Telephone number, with area code, for general public use.

17            Type of Outlet. Select appropriate code, based on the following definitions:

              CE = Central. A central or main library, so designated by the jurisdiction, and which is
              open for public service.

              BR = Branch. A branch is an extension library open some part of each of at least five
              days a week, has at least 1,400 sq. ft. of floor space, a general book collection of at
              least 7,000 volumes, and is staffed with the equivalent of at least one paid librarian and
              one paid clerical employee during the hours open for service.

              ST = Station. A station is a library structure smaller than a branch, providing a lower
              level of service. All stations have all of the following, however: 1.) separate quarters; 2.)
              a permanent basic collection; 3.) at least one established, paid position; and 4.) a
              regular schedule for opening to the public. NOTE: Separate quarters does not
              necessarily mean separate building, only a separate facility, which could be in a building
              that also houses other agencies or operations. The facility within the larger building is
              under the library's control for the provision of library services. Not included would be
              areas within a facility housing a deposit collection or some such.

18            Facility Owned By. If the owner of the physical facility has changed from that already
              recorded, replace the existing data with the 4-letter code (options are on the report
              form/input screen) that best describes the current owner of the facility in which this
              outlet is housed.
              CITY - City
              CNTY - County
              SPDT - Special District
              PSCH - Public School
              PUAG - Public Agency
              PRIV - Private
              MULT - Multiple Ownership


19            Facility Upgrade Needs. Using one of the codes provided on the report form/input
              screen, indicate whether this facility needs some level of upgrade. Enter N/A if no
              upgrade is currently needed.
              RMDL - Remodel
              EXPN - Expansion
              RMEX - Remodel and Expansion
              RPLC - Replace
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              N/A - Not Applicable

20            State Senate. Enter the State Senate district number(s) in which this service outlet
              resides.

21            State Assembly. Enter the State Assembly district number(s) in which this service
              outlet resides.

22            U.S. House. Enter the U.S. House of Representatives district number(s) in which this
              service outlet resides.

23            Population Served. Population served by this outlet. Figure reported may be from
              planning department, library registration records, or your estimate. Do not report
              population of library jurisdiction as a whole, unless this is a one-outlet library.

24            Staff FTE. Full-time equivalent of staff paid to operate outlet. Do not include volunteer
              help. Full-time is normally 40 hours per week but not less than 36. The FTE of one full-
              time position is "1." To compute the FTE of a part-time position, divide number of hours
              worked per week by hours of normal workweek. The FTE of one 20-hour position is
              "0.5." Add total full-time positions and FTE of part-time positions for total Staff FTE.

25            Hours Open, Weekly. Number of hours the outlet is open for public service in a typical
              week.

26            Hours annual. Total number of hours outlet is open for public service per year.

27            Volumes. Number of volumes held by outlet. Include rotating collections if normally
              available.

28            Circulation. Total annual circulation transactions of this outlet.

29            Total Outlet Operating Expenditure. Total dollars expended on this outlet per year, in
              whole dollars. Do not include capital outlay or expenses of general library jurisdictional
              support functions. Estimate if necessary.

30            Year Built. Year the building housing library outlet was originally built.

31            Year Opened. Date that library service began in the community by the opening of an
              outlet, month and year (06/2002). If month unknown use “01”. Can be the date an
              earlier library building opened.

32            Year Remodeled. Year the building housing library outlet was last remodeled.




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33            Gross sq. ft. Report the total area in square feet; this is the area on all floors enclosed
              by the outer walls of the library outlet. Include all areas occupied by the library outlet,
              including those areas off-limits to the public. Include any areas shared with another
              agency or agencies if the outlet has use of that area.

34            Reader seats. Number of seats for readers in outlet. Do not include public access
              computers as reader seats.

35            Days open per week. Record the number of days per week that this facility is open for
              use by the public for at least 2 hours per day.

36            Staffing = 1 lbn/1 clerical? Is this facility staffed by the equivalent of at least one paid
              librarian and one paid clerical employee during all the hours that facility is open for
              service to the public? (Yes or No)

37            Separate quarters? Is this outlet housed in separate quarters (i.e., not physically
              within another service facility such as a nursing home, teen center, grocery store)? Not
              necessarily a separate structure, but separate quarters within a single structure if a
              physical facility is shared. If the answer is no then this outlet does not qualify as a
              station or branch. Contact the State Library for additional assistance.

38            Established schedule of hours? Does this facility have an established schedule of
              hours for which it is open to the public? (Yes or No)

39            Adequacy of Facility. Assess the adequacy of the library facility in terms of the size
              and condition of the building. Rate the adequacy on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the
              top of the scale (i.e., just finished new building which is in excellent condition and large
              enough to serve the population for the long term).

              Poor Fair Average Good Excellent
              1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 10

40            Number of Internet Terminals – General Public. Report the number of Internet
              terminals (personal computers. (PCs), dumb terminals, and laptops), whether
              purchased, leased or donated, used by the general public in the library.




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41            Internet Connection Speed. Select the fastest Internet connection speed available at
              your library from the drop down list. The connection speed should be based on the
              incoming data line to the building, not the speed at any individual workstation.

                    1. Less than 256Kbps (kilobits/second)
                    2. 257Kbps - 768Kbps
                    3. 769Kbps - 1.4Mbps (megabits/second)
                    4. 1.5Mbps
                    5. 1.6Mbps - 3.0Mbps
                    6. 3.1Mbps - 6.0Mbps
                    7. 6.1Mbps - 10Mbps
                    8. Greater than 10 Mbps
                    9. Unknown
                    10. No Connection

42            Wi-Fi Is Wireless Internet access is available at this location at no charge to patrons?




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                                                                                                Appendix B
                                          California State Library

                     CALIFORNIA COUNTY LAW LIBRARY REPORT 2008-2009

                                            INSTRUCTIONS

       The year reported on should be 12 months, and normally the State fiscal year, July-June. If
       a federal year (October-September), or some other organizational year is used, it should
       remain consistent from one report to the next and always include 12 months.

       The due date for completion of this year's annual report is September 30, 2009.

       If you have no exact figure to report, your best estimate is better than nothing at all. If the
       entry is in fact zero, enter 0. If it is not applicable or not available, then indicate this by
       inserting N/A. For statistical data, all entries are annuals; do not report monthly or weekly
       figures. Only the items requested are collected. Remember that reports are tabulated and
       totaled; please do not report non-standard information such as number of file drawers,
       linear feet of shelving, etc.

       If you have suggestions on report items to be added, or deleted, or other ways to improve
       the reporting process, we would appreciate receiving them. Your cooperation is much
       appreciated.

       If you have questions, call Ira Bray at (916) 653-0171; e-mail: ibray@library.ca.gov

DIRECTORY UPDATE

Your Directory information, as it currently exists in our files, will be displayed in the online system. Please
review and update or correct as needed.

1.   Library. This is the name of your county and library as it will appear in the printed directory.

2.   Library Director. Enter full name of person who directly supervises the library, not director of the
     organization or division.

3.   Title of Library Director. Enter title of the person who directly supervises the library, not director of
     the organization or division.

4.   Street Address. Street address of the physical location of the library, including street, city and
     ZIP+4.

5.   Mailing Address. Mailing address, PO Box number, etc. Include city and ZIP+4. If the same as
     the street address then enter the same information.

6.   Library Phone. Enter area code and library's general phone number only. Number entered must
     be numerals only; do not enter letters.




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7.       Director Phone. Telephone number, with area code, by which the library director can be reached
         during business hours whether the library is actually open for public service or not. Number will be
         published, so should be one appropriate for public use. Do not report only an unstaffed answering
         machine number.

8.       FAX. Telephone number of fax machine, if available.

9.       Library Director's Email Address. Enter the email address which library staff and others can use
         to communicate with the library director.

9a       Library Web site Address. Enter complete URL.

10. ILL Available. Is ILL available from your library to other libraries? Enter Y for Yes or N for No.

11. ILL Period: # Weeks. If ILL is available, enter your standard loan period, in number of weeks.

12. Photocopy free up to 10 pages. Y = Yes; N = No.

13. Copy Fee. If the answer to 12 is No, enter here the copy fee which is charged.

14. Schedule. Enter weekly schedule of hours the library is open for service. If hours vary during
    the year, report the schedule longest open. Use standard abbreviations: M T W Th F S Sun.
    Example: M-F 10-10; S 10-5; Sun 1-5.

POPULATION AND STAFF

201.      Attorneys. Number of attorneys practicing in the county having active bar membership.

202.      Number of trial court Judges/Commissioners. Number of trial court judges and commissioners
          in the county.

203.      Staff Count (number) full time staff. Report the count of persons paid full-time to operate the
          library. The count is of actual persons, not FTE equivalents. Do not include volunteers.

204.      Staff Count (number) part time staff. Report the count of persons paid only for part-time work to
          operate the library. The count is of actual persons, not FTE equivalents. Do not include
          volunteers.

205.      Staff FTE, full time equivalent. Report the full-time equivalent of staff paid to operate the library.
           Full-time is normally 40 hours per week. The FTE of one full-time position is "1". To compute the
          FTE of a part-time position, divide number of hours worked per week by 40. The FTE of one 20-
          hour position is "0.5". Add total full-time positions and FTE of part-time positions.

206.      Director, Part time? For library director, is library handled in addition to another job? Does the
          library director handle the library operation in addition to other county functions/jobs? Y = Yes; N =
          No.

207.      Director’s work hours. per week handling the library operation.


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208.     Staff Pay. Are ALL library staff paid from the library's own budget for all of the time they work on
         library operations? Does a budget that is specifically for library operations cover all of the salary
         and benefits cost of all of the staff engaged in library operations? Y = Yes; N = No.

LIBRARY INCOME

251.     Total income. Total of all income for this Report Year.

252.     Income from Filing Fees. Total dollar amount of income that comes from filing fees of all kinds.

253.     Fee per Case. Indicate the amount of the Case filing fee which supports library operations (e.g.
         $7, $12, $20, but do not include dollar sign in your entry).

255.     Income from Board of Supervisors. Total dollar amount of income that comes from the Board
         of Supervisors.

256.     Other External Income (e.g. gifts). Total dollar amount of income that comes from sources
         external to county government or courts’ system (e.g. gifts).

257.     Internally Generated Income. Total dollar amount of income that comes from sources within the
         library (e.g. copier fees, fee-based services, book sales).

LIBRARY OPERATING EXPENDITURES.

Library operating expenditures in whole dollars, omit cents. Do not report large equipment, buildings or
other capital outlay.

281.     Print Materials. Report expenditure for print library materials including books and periodicals.

282.     Electronic Materials. Report all expenditures for electronic (digital) materials. Types of
         electronic materials include e-books, e-serials (including journals), government documents,
         databases (including locally mounted, full text or not), electronic files, reference tools, maps or
         pictures in electronic or digital format, including materials digitized by the Library. Electronic
         materials can be distributed on magnetic tape, diskettes, computer software, CD-ROM, or other
         portable digital carrier, and can be accessed via a computer, via access to the Internet, or by using
         an e-book reader. Include expenditures for materials held locally and for remote electronic
         materials for which permanent or temporary access rights have been acquired. Include
         expenditures for database licenses.

283.     Other Materials. Report expenditure for any other materials not included above, including
         microforms, audiotapes or videotapes.

284.     Salaries and benefits. Report expenditure for library staff salaries and benefits.

285.     All other operating expenses. Report all other operating expenditures, including contracts,
         utilities, binding, supplies, rent, etc.

286.     Total operating expenditure. (Automatically calculated, sum of 281 –285)


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LIBRARY COLLECTIONS. Unit count of items held, not titles.

301.     Books (volumes) added during fiscal year. Enter the gross total added. Do not subtract
         withdrawn volumes to obtain a net figure.

302.     Total books (volumes) held, at close of fiscal year.

304.     Microform units held, at close of fiscal year. Estimate number of rolls of film or sheets of fiche, if
         actual count is not available.

305.     Number of Current Print Serial Subscriptions. Report the number of current print serial
         subscriptions, including loose-leafs, pocket parts, periodicals, bound continuations, legal
         newspapers, Shepards, numbered monographic series. Two copies of one title count as 2 units.
         Do not include cancelled subscriptions where existing holdings have been retained.

306.     Videorecordings. all formats, at close of fiscal year.

307.     Audiorecordings, all formats, at close of fiscal year.


LIBRARY ACTIVITIES. Reports should be for a 12-month period. If records are kept monthly or weekly,
please convert to annual count for this report.

351.     Circulation. All materials; may be for home use or use elsewhere within organization, out of the
         library.

352.     Items lent. Interlibrary loan to other libraries. Include photocopies given in lieu of ILL of original
         materials.

353.     Items borrowed. Interlibrary loan from other libraries.

354.     Reference questions, computer searches, special research projects.

355      In-library use of materials, estimate or count.

356      Number of Internet Terminals – General Public. Number of computer terminals used by the
         general public in the library that are used to connect to the Internet.

357 WiFi Availability. Is WiFi available in the library, Yes/No?
   .
SALARY SURVEY

Whole dollars only

380.     Salary Survey. Report monthly salary range of person in charge of library, effective September 1
         of this report year.

401.     UPDATED_BY. The name of the person performing the input of the library's data should be
         placed in this field.
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