The Idaho Public Library is an important part of Idaho’s economy.
Its population is nearly 90,000, and it’s home to more than 5,400 public libraries, as well as a variety of non-profit organizations.
There are nearly 6,000 employees at the library system, and its annual budget is $5.5 billion.
The Idaho Libraries Association has been a partner in the state’s public libraries since 1982.
That’s why we have been ranked #1 in the nation by the National Library Association, and #2 by the Association of American Publishers, and our library system is rated as one of the top libraries in the country.
Idaho has an abundance of public libraries in our state, including the city of Boise.
For the past 30 years, the city has been home to a variety that include the Boise Botanical Garden, the Boise Art Museum, the Museum of the Rockies, the Idaho Botanical Gardens, the Bancroft Museum of Art, and the Idaho State Historical Society.
Our library system also offers a variety.
You can find us in every part of the state, from downtown Boise to Boise State University, and we offer classes for everyone.
The library system’s online courses and the Boise Museum of History and Industry are also accessible on-line.
For more information about our libraries, please visit the libraries.gov website.