Naming Public Library Agencies

In general, public library agencies are named to identify appropriately their location within their respective service areas. Under extraordinary circumstances, however, an agency may be named in honor of a citizen of the community who has performed unusual or meritorious service to the library. In such case, the person to be so memorialized shall have been deceased for a minimum of ten years. Unanimous agreement by the Board of Trustees shall be required for the naming of an agency in honor of an individual. Exceptions to this policy will be made at the discretion of the Board of Trustees.

Approved by the Board of Trustees - September 1975
Revised and approved by the Board of Trustees - June 2007