We’re one of America’s best libraries

December 1, 2011

The Grandview Heights Public Library has been recognized as a five-star library and the best public library in America in its category!

This marks the fourth consecutive time the Grandview Library has received five stars from The Library Journal Index of Public Library Service, a national rating of public libraries.

The index identifies 262 “star” libraries (out of  7,513 public libraries) in its America’s Star Libraries 2011. It is based on 2009 data from the IMLS—circulation, visits, program attendance and Internet use, each per capita.

Thank you for making your Library great! We are proud to provide the services this community loves and supports. We are the place where the community connects!

In addition to the Grandview Library, four other Franklin County library systems received five-star ratings:

Learn about our Library Journal five-star ratings in 2009 (Round One and Two) & 2010, and our Hennen’s American Public Library Ratings Top 10 rankings in 2010 (#3), 2009 (#4), and 2008 (#9).

Questions? Call Administration at 614-486-2954.