Many data elements are pre-filled and locked (greyed out) based on previous years’ data. To make changes, please contact Ross Fuqua.
1.01 Official name of library
1.02 - 1.04 Street Address. Enter the complete street address of the library administrative entity or headquarters. Do not report a post office box or general delivery.
1.05 - 1.07 Mailing Address. Enter the mailing address of the administrative entity. It is okay to report post office boxes or general delivery here.
1.08 County. The county in which the headquarters of the library is located.
1.09 Library's main phone number. Enter numbers only, without dashes or parentheses.
1.10 District or Cooperative Membership. Enter your selection from the drop down menu. If none apply, select NONE.
1.11 Was there a boundary change in the legal service area in the last year? If there has been a change to your library's legal service area boundaries during the past year, please contact the State Library. Examples of changes include:
1.13 Has the library or any of its branches moved in the last fiscal year? Please indicate if the main library or any of the branches moved to a new address in the previous fiscal year. If yes, verify that the square footages are updated in in the Branch / Bookmobile data section. Please also update the branch entry in the online library directory at http://libdir.osl.state.or.us/.
1.14 -1.17 Number of public service outlets.
A central library is a single-facility library, or the library which is the operational center of a multiple-outlet library. It is considered synonymous with the term “main library”. Usually all processing is centralized and the principal collections are housed at the central library. In a system where there are several co-equal outlets and no principal collection, report all such outlets as branches, not central libraries.
A branch library is an auxiliary facility with separate quarters from the central library, a permanent organized collection of books, paid staff, and a regular schedule of public service hours. A books by mail service should be listed in Other public service outlets. Outreach services do not count as a branch.
A bookmobile is a traveling branch library. It consists of a truck or van that carries an organized collection of library materials, paid staff, and regularly scheduled hours for being open to the public. Provide the number of vehicles, not stops. If you have a bookmobile, it should have a branch record of its own in Section 9.
Other public service outlets might include deposit collections in nursing homes, prisons, etc. These are to be counted only if part of the library's collection is maintained at these locations on a continuing basis.
1.18 Number of registered users. 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. Please report the number of registered users as of June 30.