Library Board

Library Board Members | Meeting Agendas | Meeting Minutes

The Park City Library Board of Trustees, representing the citizens of Park City, and working in partnership with the Library Director, evaluates library services and community needs, establishes library policies, and sets goals to be implemented by the director and staff. Board members inform others about library services, needs, and accomplishments to foster a positive public image and build community support.

The Park City Library Board of Trustees consists of seven to nine voting members appointed by the Park City Council and one non-voting member of Council. The Library director attends Board meetings but is not a voting member. Trustees are appointed for three-year terms and may be re-appointed once. The Board establishes subcommittees as needed. Individual Board members contribute personal volunteer time to working in the library.

The Board meets on the second Wednesday of every month at 12:00 p.m. in the Library. There is no December meeting. The February meeting is an extended one as it is the annual meeting of the Board at which goals are established for the upcoming year. The Board encourages public attendance at Board meetings and welcomes input at any time.

Park City Board of Trustees Mission Statement

(Adopted June, 1998)
The Library Board, representing the citizens of Park City, and working in partnership with the Library Director, evaluates Library services and community needs, establishes Library policies, and sets goals to be implemented by the Director and staff. Board members inform others about library services, needs and accomplishments to foster a positive public image and build community support.

Library Board Bylaws