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Library Board Call for Applications

Do you have an interest in serving your community as a member of the London Public Library Board? London City Council is currently seeking applications from citizens interested in being considered for an appointment to civic bodies, including the Library Board. Deadline for application is Monday, November 19, 2018 at 4:30 p.m.

Persons appointed to the Library Board must be at least 18 years of age; London residents; Canadian citizens; and not employed by the Library Board or Municipality. Information about the position is detailed in our London Public Library Board Trustee Position Description. The Library Board meets once a month on Thursday evenings, usually starting at 5:30pm, in the Friends of the Library Board Room at Central Library (unless otherwise noted). You can find Board Meeting Calendar, Reports, Minutes, Agendas and more information in the Board and Administration section of our website. If you have questions about the London Public Library Board Trustee position or the role of the London Public Library Board, please feel free to contact Susanna Hubbard Krimmer, CEO and Chief Librarian, London Public Library at 519-661-5145 or

Application forms are available on the City of London website, from the City Clerk's Office, 3rd floor, City Hall or by telephoning the City Clerk's Office at 519-661-2500 ext. 4599. The full list of Civic Boards, Commissions and Special Committees seeking applicants for City Council appointments is also available on the City of London website.

In December 2018, the Strategic Priorities and Policy Committee will be addressing the matter of citizen appointments to represent the Municipal Council on various civic bodies for a term beginning in December 2018 and ending no later than November 30, 2022.

City Council encourages applications for appointments to Civic bodies from persons from all of the communities of diverse cultural interests and backgrounds that constitute the whole of London with the aim of obtaining the broadest possible representation of multicultural interests and perspectives on such bodies.

PHOTO: Some of the current members of the London Public Library Board.

Some of the current members of the London Public Library Board