Keller Public Library earns 7th excellence award
For a seventh consecutive year, the Keller Public Library has been honored with the Achievement of Library Excellence Award from the Texas Municipal Library Directors Association. The award recognizes library staff for their commitment to service and educational programming in our community.
Only 43 libraries from among the nearly 550 public libraries statewide made the cut for this prestigious honor in 2016. The award is given annually to libraries that demonstrate service excellence in 10 areas:
• Summer Reading Program
• Services to Underserved Populations
• Enhanced Service
• Marketing Materials
• Policies and Procedures
• Programming for Adults and Families
• Literacy Support
• Collaborative Efforts
• Staff Training; and
• Library Web Presence
“It's wonderful to once again share this award with the incredible community our staff and patrons have created at the Keller Public Library,” Director Jana Prock said. "Sharing the gift of reading with patrons of all ages, interests and abilities is a passion for everyone on our staff, and it's an honor to have that passion be recognized at the state level for a seventh year."
The Keller Public Library kept busy during Fiscal Year 2015-16, assisting 232,604 patrons circulate 421,464 books, magazines, audiobooks, DVDs, CDs and more. And with hundreds of events and programs annually focused on literacy, computer skills, arts and crafts, and storytelling, it’s no surprise that membership also continues to grow. More than 28,660 Keller residents currently have a Keller Public Library card.
The Keller Public Library is located at 640 Johnson Road. For more information, please call 817-743-4800 or visit www.cityofkeller.com/library.