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Statistics for Connecticut Public Libraries: Statistical Profile

Start here for information on obtaining and using library statistics for your library, and for libraries throughout Connecticut and the United States.

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Connecticut Public Library Snapshot

  • 169 Towns in Connecticut
  • 165 Principal Public Libraries
  • 4 Towns with no libraries (contract with other towns)
  • 27 Non-Principal Public Libraries
  • 192 Total Public Libraries (counting by administrative unit)
  • 47 Branch Libraries
  • 239 Total Libraries including Branches
  • 4 Libraries have Bookmobiles
  • 243 Total Library “Outlets” (including branches and bookmobiles)

Contact Information

State Data Coordinator

Maria Bernier
Division of Library Development, Connecticut State Library
786 South Main St.
Middletown, CT 06457
860-704-2204
maria.bernier@ct.gov

Connecticut's Public Libraries: A Statistical Profile

2018 Statistical Profile: July 2017 to June 2018"Cover" of Connecticut Public Libraries: A Statistical Profile

The CT Public Library Annual Report provides the data for this Profile.

Data organized by library and by municipality:

Use the filter/sort tool that allows users to choose specific libraries by any variable (including population and wealth) and then sort them by any variable. This is an important tool if you are trying to compare libraries that serve the same size and type of community. To make your own charts and reports from this profile, go to the Chart & Report Creators page.

Statewide data representing all CT public libraries:

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