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Mt. Sterling-Montgomery County Library

Rankings
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Library Scout State Rank™

#47
in Kentucky

Library Scout National Rank™

#2,194

Popularity Score

❤️ ❤️ ❤️️
People enjoy visiting

Visitors Score

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Mt. Sterling-Montgomery County Library gets a lot of visitors
Overview
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The Mt. Sterling-Montgomery County Library is located in Mount Sterling, Kentucky. It serves a population of about 27,608 people.

Library Scout ranks the Mt. Sterling-Montgomery County Library as the #47 best library in Kentucky and the #2,194 best in the nation.

Score Card
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What's great about Mt. Sterling-Montgomery County Library?

Avid Reader Score

📚📚📚📚
Based on average annual library checkouts per visitor

Library Programs Score

📕 📕 📕 📕
Many library programs!

Popularity Score

❤️ ❤️ ❤️️
People enjoy visiting

Visitors Score

👣 👣 👣 👣
Mt. Sterling-Montgomery County Library gets a lot of visitors

Computer Availability Score

💻 💻 💻 💻
Many computers!
53 compared to 32 nationally

Librarians Score

🧞 🧞 🧞
Lots of librarians!

Bookmobile

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Has 1 bookmobile
Branches
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Camargo Branch Library
4406C Camargo Road
Mount Sterling, Kentucky 40353

Mt. Sterling-Montgomery County Public Library
241 West Locust Street
Mt. Sterling, Kentucky 40353

Mt. Sterling-Montgomery County Public Library
241 West Locust Street
Mount Sterling, Kentucky 40353

About
🏠 241 West Locust Street
Mount Sterling, Kentucky 40353
State
📞 (859) 498-2404
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Popularity
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Popularity Score

❤️ ❤️ ❤️️
People enjoy visiting

How often do people visit?

9
per year

Visitors Score

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Mt. Sterling-Montgomery County Library gets a lot of visitors

Average Daily Visitors

283
Books, Music & Movies
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Books, CDs, and Videos Available

Number of Items
Source: Library Scout
Bookworms
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Avid Reader Score

📚📚📚📚
Based on average annual library checkouts per visitor

Library Checkouts per Visitor

16
compared to 14 nationally
Programs
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Library programs are an excellent way to meet other people in your community, continue your learning, or help your children meet friends and learn.

All Library Programs Score

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Many library programs!

All Library Programs

480
compared with 562 programs nationally

Children's Programs Score

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Tons of children's programs!

Children's Programs

360
compared with 310 programs nationally

Young Adult Programs Score

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Lots of young adult programs!

Young Adult Programs

15
compared with 55 programs nationally
Librarians
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Librarians Score

🧞 🧞 🧞
Lots of librarians!

Librarians

18

Average Library Staff Salary

$21,329
Funding
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How well funded is the Mt. Sterling-Montgomery County Library?

Funding Score

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Moderately Well Funded

Library Funding

$39
per person in library district
Funds per library user is above the 40th percentile nationally
Methodology
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The Library Scout ranking rigorously analyzes public data to help you find the best library near you. Our methodology takes into account several factors including the library's total funding relative to the population it serves, the number of paid full-time employees relative to the population it services, the number of electronic and physical items in circulation, the number of library visits, the number of library programs, and the number of computers available for public use.