District information

The Josephine Community Library District was formed in 2017 with a permanent, dedicated tax of assessed property value for those living within the library district boundaries. Funds raised by the tax can only be used for the library district and cannot be diverted to other county departments. This is enforced by annual financial audits.

Strategic direction

The district board’s strategic planning guides the library’s operations and budgeting. An annual report details the progress toward stated objectives.

Budget and finance

The district is supported by a permanent tax rate of 39 cents per $1,000 of assessed property value for property owners within the district.

Policies

View policies adopted by the Josephine Community Library District Board of Directors.

Board of directors

The district is governed by five volunteer members elected at-large who make up the board of directors. The elected library district board governs all aspects of the library district, overseeing all operations and finances.

Code of conduct

Josephine Community Library District serves all residents of the community and the surrounding region. Service will not be denied or abridged because of religious, racial, social, economic, or political status; mental, emotional, or physical condition; age; or sexual orientation.