To promote interest in and encourage citizen participation in the use and operations of the libraries.
To be a leading community in southeast Michigan, providing the resources and programs to support the educational, cultural, informational and recreational needs of its diverse community through its materials, programs and services.
Carrie Budzinski, Chair Year Appointed: 2020
Carol Bagazinski Year Appointed: 2022
Kacie McCullough Year Appointed: 2020
Mary Morrison Year Appointed: 2021
David Parr Year Appointed: 2021
The Livonia Library Commission will maintain an attractively housed, financially sound, publicly responsive, full-service library system as originally conceived and planned by City officials and professional librarians and historically supported by the community at large.
The Livonia Public Library system will provide its patrons ready access to information regardless of format, whether in print, sound recording, video recording, or state-of-the-art electronic devices. Information will be presented using special programs and quality reference services provided by adequate numbers of educated and well-trained employees.
Library programs and services will be designed to meet a wide variety of educational, informational, cultural, recreational and business-related needs in a rapidly changing society. These programs and services will strive to meet the needs of children, youth, young adults, adults and seniors. The Library will continue to recognize the need to overcome operational and physical limitations that individuals encounter as they use its services and programs.
Adopted by the Livonia Library Commission at its Regular Meeting of Nov. 21, 1994, Resolution Number 31-94.
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