Fayetteville Public Library is currently examining its revenues and expenditures. In an effort to make this process as transparent as possible, we have created this site to make the library's financial information easily accessible.

Current Funding

Fayetteville Public Library is currently funded through a variety of sources. Funding sources include the city of Fayetteville and a dedicated property millage, in addition to several other sources.

Please use the chart to see specifics on the library's funding. For a more detailed breakdown of the library's funding sources, including an explanation of how these sources are defined, please see the summary of funding.

FPL Funding Sources

Millage Receipts
City Transfer
Internal Transfers
FPL Foundation
City CIP
State Aid
Other Sources

2016 Budget

For a detailed breakdown of the library's 2016 budget, please see the complete approved budget.

Future Funding

Fayetteville Public Library is currently looking at funding options for the future. In 2014, the Board of Trustees approved the creation of a long-term revenue committee tasked with exploring possible sources of revenue in addition to looking at possible cuts to operating expenses. After considering a number of possibilities, the committee presented its recommendations to the Board of Trustees on May 17, 2015. A summary of the committee's recommendations is available.

Of course, we appreciate any feedback from the community as we consider these proposals. You can submit feedback on our website or leave a comment card at Fayetteville Public Library.