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Our Mission

The Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library is the community’s place to access essential information resources, technology, programs and services; foster reading and learning; and promote the social, economic, recreational and lifelong learning interests of its diverse population.



Our Vision

The Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library will continue to be one of the best library systems in the United States as measured by its responsiveness and relevance to the community’s information and learning needs, the excellent stewardship of its resources and the high-quality services it delivers to the public.





2010 Service Statistics

Patron visits:5,071,257

Circulation:16,578,849

E-books and audiobooks
downloaded:
87,932

Items in the collection:1,882,425

Registered borrowers:550,540

Reference transactions:856,854

Computer use
(session hours):
1,290,073

Computer classes:909

Computer class
attendance:
9,654

Web branch visits:10,410,118

Programs for all ages:10,447

Program attendance:221,860

Bookmobile visits:7,376

Community meetings:4,082

Community meetings
attendance:
71,352

2010 IMCPL Trustees

Thomas S. Shevlot
(President)

Jim Lingenfelter
(Vice President)

Richard Bacon
(Secretary)

Dorothy R. Crenshaw

Scott Evenbeck

Jeff Smith

Marie Turner-Wright



Circulation by format

Books65.8%

DVDs21.3%

Music CD's8.3%

Audiobooks4.2%

VHS0.4%