Library Information

 

Mission Statement

The mission of the Fullerton Public Library is to serve the diverse needs of our patrons, foster learning, provide resources, inspire creative thinking and bring the Fullerton community together. It is a place where information and items of recreational, educational and leisurely interest are collected, preserved and made available in print and electronic formats. Whatever connects the people to ideas and concepts, it’s here at the Fullerton Public Library.

Approved by the Library Board of Trustees April 23, 2015

In its selection of books and other materials, the Fullerton Public Library upholds the doctrines of “Freedom of Speech” and “Freedom of the Press” as guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States. The Library also subscribes to the principles adopted by the American Library Association in its Library Bill of Rights, the Freedom to Read statement, and the Freedom to View statement.

Adopted by the Library Board of Trustees on September 17, 1987

Reviewed and re-adopted by the Library Board of Trustees on January 24, 2008

Vision Statement

The Fullerton Public Library will be integral to the City’s intellectual and cultural life, deeply rooted in and responsive to our diverse community. The Library will provide free and equal access to information, knowledge and ideas; promote personal enrichment and life-long learning; encourage literacy and the love of reading in all age groups; and foster cultural and educational programs and partnerships. The Library will ensure quality service through positive human connections and an inviting environment.

Adopted by the Library Board of Trustees on April 26, 2001

Reviewed and re-adopted by the Library Board of Trustees on January 24, 2008

 
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