Library Advisory Board
Established September, 1975 by Resolution #75-188. Duties: To act in an advisory capacity to the Board of Supervisors and the County Library Director regarding Library operations and services, common needs of the Library system, recommend, study, and review long range plans and programs of the Library. Reviews budget programs and make budget recommendations to the Board of Supervisors.
What is the Library Advisory Board?
The Lake County Library Advisory Board is a group of five Lake County Residents, one from each supervisorial district.
Selected by the Board of Supervisors for two-year terms, their task is to assure accountability of, and advocacy for, the Lake County Library system.
What Does the Library Advisory Board Do?
- They work to become familiar with library needs and services throughout Lake County.
- They study the effectiveness of current library programs and recommend new ones.
- They act as a communication tool, maintaining contact with local and state level library organizations and with library patrons in their district.
- They assist the library in publicizing its services and generating higher levels of public support.
The Library Advisory Board meets on the second Thursday every two months at 4pm. The location of the meeting rotates between the four branches of the Lake County Library system. Members of the public are invited to attend. Check the library calendar for upcoming meeting location.
DISTRICT 1 (South County) - Vacant
DISTRICT 2 (Clearlake area) - Vacant
DISTRICT 3 (Northshore) - Vacant
DISTRICT 4 (Lakeport area) - Vacant
DISTRICT 5 (Kelseyville area) - Vacant
To apply for a vacant seat fill out this form and submit it to the Board of Supervisors office.