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Loudoun County Public Library Named a Star Library in Library Journal’s National Ranking
Loudoun County Public Library (LCPL) has been named a Star Library in the Library Journal (LJ) Index of Public Library Service.
Library Journal is the library field's leading professional publication and developed its national ranking of public libraries based on per capita statistics for library visits, circulation, program attendance and public internet computer use.
7,573 public U.S. libraries were rated and Loudoun County Public Library is one of the 254 libraries that received a star rating. According to the LJ rating, there are only six Star Libraries in Virginia, including Loudoun, Arlington, Falls Church, Central Rappahannock, Henrico, and Williamsburg.
“We are extremely proud to receive this recognition,” said Library Director Chang Liu. “We have been ranked one of the best library systems in the country based on the use of our services. This shows the high value and importance our community places on our public libraries.”
More information and the complete report is available online
Loudoun County Public Library