Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County Received Five-Star Rating

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The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County received a national honor from the The Library Journal Index of Public Library Service with a five-star rating.

The Library Journal compares libraries nationwide on quantities of services per capita with visits, circulation, Internet use and program attendance. Only five libraries nationally received a five-star rating.

The Cincinnati library has received other honors this year:

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Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County Ranked as the Busiest Central Library in the U.S.

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For the second year in a row, the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County ranked first as having the busiest centrally located library in the United States (per the American Library Association.)

  • The library’s downtown location had 6.6 million pieces of material loaned in 2012 – this equates to 38% of the materials loans by all of the country’s libraries)
  • Cincinnati’s public library (with all locations) ranked as the 7th busiest library in the U.S. with 17 million materials on loan
  • Cincinnati’s public library also boasts the highest circulating per capita in the U.S. with 22 items loaned for every person living in Hamilton County