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Presentation slides from the first workshop visioning library services for the Stephenson Ranch, Sunset Pointe, Southern Oaks and Westridge communities.

Presentation slides from the first workshop visioning library services for the Stephenson Ranch, Sunset Pointe, Southern Oaks and Westridge communities.

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  • 1. Vision91381Visioning Library Services 
  • 2. Agenda• Overview of Needs Assessment• County of Los Angeles Public Library • LSA 91381 Demographics LSA 91381 Demographics – Community Comments • Lib Library Services S i – Core Services and Trends • Virtual Tour• Next Steps  p
  • 3. County of Los Angeles Public Library• Service area: 3,000 square miles Service area: 3 000 square miles• Population served: 3.68 million• Registered borrowers: 3.3 million• Community libraries:  85 = 1,024,101 SF y• Collections: 7.5m items = 189 miles shelving• Friends groups: 78 (6,000 members) Friends groups: 78 (6 000 members)• Homework centers: 41• Community rooms: 48
  • 4. COLAPL Use Data• Open to the public: 193,000 hours Open to the public: 193 000 hours• Annual circulation: 16.8m (4.6 per capita)• Annual visits: 13.1m  (3.6 per capita)• Adult programs: 3,782 (60,404 attendance) p g• Children’s programs: 14,812 (454K attendance) • Public Internet stations: 1,018 Public Internet stations: 1 018• Computers usage: 3,000,000 sessions 
  • 5. Castaic March 2011• Circulation: 13 248 Circulation:  13,248• Reference: 9,146• G Gate Count: 6,785 C 6 8
  • 6. 91381Sunset Pointe, Stevenson Ranch,  Southern Oaks, Westridge
  • 7. LSA: 91381• Population 2000: 9,919 Population 2000: 9 919• Population 2009: 13,382• Population 2011 (est.): 19,823 l i 20 ( ) 9 823• 38.6 square miles • Median age: 32.4 years• Highly educated Highly educated• Married families with children• High household income ($116,753) Hi h h h ld i ($116 753)• Management and professionals (60%)
  • 8. Population Age Distribution Age 91381  California  Census 20100 to 9 21.3% 13.5%10 to 1910 to 19 11.5% 14.6%20 to 29 11.3% 14.8%30 to 3930 to 39 25.4% 25 4% 13.8% 13 8%40 to 49 17.2% 14.2%50 to 5950 to 59 8.1%  8 1% 12.8% 12 8%60 to 69 3.1% 8.4%70 to 7970 t 79 1.6% 1 6% 4.7% 4 7%80+ .5% 3.2%
  • 9. Compared to the neighbors• Second lowest population density – 257 22 257.22 vs. 5,619 (91345) 5 619 (91345)• Second highest education level – 95 3% High School 95.3% High School – 45.2%  Bachelors or higher• S Second highest percentage married: 70.3% d hi h t t i d 70 3%• Third lowest unemployment and poverty• Hi h t Highest median income di i – $87,112 vs. $49,979 (91321)• L Lowest percent long term residents l id • 24.3% five years vs. 59.7% (91384)
  • 10. Age of Housing StockYear Built Number of Units 2005 or later2005 l t 3512000 to 2004 2,1601990 to 1999 2,4021980 to 19891980 to 1989 7751950 to 1979 154
  • 11. Transportation and Travel TimeDrove a car alone 79%Carpooled 14%Bus, Subway, Railroad, Motorcycle y y 0%Walked or Worked at Home 4%90 or more minutes 27360 to 89 minutes 66345 to 59 minutes 90540 to 44 minutes 31430 to 39 minutes 1,133
  • 12. Library Core Services and Trends
  • 13. Core Services• Collections• Expert Assistance Expert Assistance• Programs• Technology• Community Centered Service
  • 14. Books, Movies,Books Movies Music
  • 15. Collections• Books, movies, music Books movies music• On‐line sources• Downloadable e‐books l d bl b k• Audio books• Young Teens• Parenting collections Parenting collections• Graphic novels
  • 16. Expert AssistanceVictoria Gardens. Rancho Cucamonga 
  • 17. Family DestinationVineland. San Jose Vineland San Jose Almaden. San Jose Almaden San Jose
  • 18. Meeting SpacesSaratoga Library. Santa Clara
  • 19. Presenting Programs• Alohi Polynesian Dancers  • Friday movie matinee• Dances from China • Digital Photography Digital Photography• Anime Club • Adelante, Let’s go• Family Story Time • Caltech Clarinet and Slide Rule  Caltech Clarinet and Slide Rule • Network and job searching Trombone • Powerpoint + google• Learn How to Knit • Fossil Paleontology• Sushi Demonstration Sushi Demonstration • Public vs. Private Sector Job • Computer Instruction Seeking • Spring Pajamarama • Teen Gaming Teen Gaming 
  • 20. Providing Meeting Spaces• Toastmasters oast aste s • Living with MS• AARP • Bike Repair  Workshop• People to People People to People • Vinyl Record Swap• Girl Scouts • Tax Workshops • Boy Scouts  Boy Scouts • New SSI Recipients • League of Women  Voters • Foreclosure Institute• Leukemia Society • Notary Classes• Women of Essence Women of Essence • Census Training 
  • 21. Hosting Book Clubs• Community libraries host 74 book clubs: – Knitters – 6 to 9 year olds – Foodies – Teens and ‘Tweens – Grades 3 to 5 – Beginning Readers g g• Branch supplies materials for 27 clubs 
  • 22. Technology• PC stations PC stations• Printing & Copying• Free WiFi i i• Self Service• Materials Handling• Laptop Loans  Laptop Loans
  • 23. Self ServiceBrentwood. Contra Costa County
  • 24. Automated Materials Handling Walnut Creek W l tC k City of Orange
  • 25. Public Use Technology Laptop Loan Laptop Loan • Forgot your laptop • Swipe your library card Swipe your library card • Remove laptop • Connect to free WiFi • Return laptop • Battery recharged • Customer data wiped
  • 26. Customer Service• Customer centered Customer centered• Self service• Accessible  ibl• Nimble and flexible 
  • 27. Early Learners • Story times Story times • Book clubs • Up to date collections • Small manipulatives p • AWE stations (non‐Internet)  • Family place Family placeCastaic Community Library
  • 28. Sorensen Library South Whittier
  • 29. Family Place Resources  Resources • Parent Education • Socialization S i li i • Family Support • Nutritionists • Speech Therapists Speech Therapists • Child Development  Experts • Books, Toys, Media
  • 30. Babies and Toddlers Family Place Library  Family Place Library • Bright • Colorful • Welcoming g • Information Center • Parent and Caregiver  Parent and Caregiver resources
  • 31. Children sChildren’s Furniture
  • 32. Murals and ThM l d Themes Buena Vista. Burbank Main Library. Anaheim Agoura Hills. CoLAPL Agoura Hills CoLAPL Camarillo. Ventura 
  • 33. School Children• Study space Study space• Meeting space• Resources to support school work h l k• Homework help• Homework clubs• Technology  Technology
  • 34. Teens• Teen spaces• Teen blogs• Teen computers• Gaming• Teen art shows• Movie nights Walnut Creek• Karaoke
  • 35. Planning Facilities• Sustainable• Flexible• Community Oriented C i Oi d• Signage and Wayfinding• Principles of Marketing 
  • 36. Sustainable Facilities Sorensen Library South Whittier
  • 37. Flexible SpacesGateway Library. Antioch
  • 38. Moveable furnitureAlmaden Library. San Jose 
  • 39. Multipurpose Space Story time Area Story time AreaCarmichael Library, Sacramento
  • 40. Comfortable SpacesNorth Natomas. SacramentoNorth Natomas Sacramento Almaden . San Jose San Jose
  • 41. Community Living RoomBelmont Library. San MateoBelmont Library San Mateo Buena Vista. Burbank Buena Vista Burbank
  • 42. Quiet StudyAlmaden. San Jose Saratoga. Santa Clara
  • 43. Signage and WayfindingCastaic Library  East Los Angeles East Los Angeles
  • 44. Santa Monica Main Library  yAlhambra Library Santa Monica Main Library
  • 45. MarketingAlmaden. San Jose Almaden San Jose Victoria Gardens Victoria Gardens
  • 46. Donor Recognition
  • 47. Hercules LibraryContra Costa County Library y y
  • 48. Walnut Creek Library
  • 49. Vineland Community Library
  • 50. Berryessa Community LibrarySan Jose Public Library
  • 51. Children s LibraryChildren’s Library
  • 52. Almaden Library. San Jose
  • 53. Cambrian ParkSan Jose Public Library
  • 54. Victoria Gardens
  • 55. City of Orange
  • 56. Haskett Library Anaheim Library.
  • 57. Fontana.Fontana San Bernardino
  • 58. Tustin Public Library
  • 59. Prewett Gateway Antioch Gateway.
  • 60. Planning Library Services• C County of Los Angeles Public Library Standards t f L A l P bli Lib St d d• County of Los Angeles Strategic Plan County of Los Angeles Strategic Plan• Community Demographics y g p• Community Vision
  • 61. Strategic Plan• Use technology to enhance customer  experience• Create a state of the art library• I Improve library facilities lib f ili i• Develop new capital funding sources• Build diverse funding sources to support  operations• Promote quality leadership and effective  management
  • 62. Vision• Wh li Who lives in West Ranch Communities? i W tR hC iti ?• What are the needs? What are the needs?• What is the  vision?• Who should we talk to?• What is important?

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