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FINANCIALS
OU R FI SCAL STORY
Nashville Public Library Financials
As a department of Metro Nashville, Nashville Public Library receives the majority
of its funding directly from the city. The Nashville Public Library Foundation was
created in 997 to enhance the library's programs, facilities and collections beyond
the city's budget.We are pleased to share our joint fiscal story and showcase how a
thriving partnership between local government funding and private philanthropy
makes a difference for library patrons and the city of Nashville.
Capital Budget
The capital budget funds the library’s physical footprint and uses bond proceeds
to support construction, renovation and large library maintenance equipment.
LIBRARY MAINTENANCE AND UPGRADES
J U LY 1
2017
THROUGH
485,776
MADISON BRANCH RENOVATIONS
1,506,156
MAIN CONFERENCE CENTER RENOVATIONS
1,133,523
MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT PURCHASES
3,327,689
TOTAL FY18 CAPITAL BUDGET
6,453,144
JUNE 30
2018
Operating Budget
The operating budget is the annual amount approved by Metro Council to operate the
Nashville Public Library System. This includes general fund appropriations (personnel,
utilities, repairs and other costs associated with operating NPL facilities) as well as
support from the Nashville Public Library Foundation and state and federal grants.
OPERATING BUDGET
30,793,711
ADDITIONAL FUNDING
STATE AND FEDERAL GRANTS
143,394
NASHVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY FOUNDATION
DIRECT FUNDING TO NPL
TOTAL FY18 NON-CAPITAL BUDGET
40
N A S H V I L L E P U B L I C L I B R A R Y A N D T H E N A S H V I L L E P U B L I C L I B R A R Y F O U N D AT I O N
656,649*
31,593,754
*The Nashville Public
Library Foundation
provided an additional
$2,012,682 on behalf
of NPL and in total
contributed $2.6 Million
towards library programs,
collections and facilities.





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