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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.
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
|E-books and audiobooks |
|Items in the collection:||1,882,425|
|Computer use |
|Computer class |
|Web branch visits:||10,410,118|
|Programs for all ages:||10,447|
|Community meetings |
2010 IMCPL Trustees
|Thomas S. Shevlot|
|Dorothy R. Crenshaw|
Circulation by format