Capital Area District Library

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Capital Area District Libraries
CADL-logo.png
Established 1998
Location Ingham County, Michigan
Branches 13
Collection
Size 603,390
Access and use
Circulation 2,288,317
Population served ≈ 250,000
Members 91,784
Other information
Budget $10,625,814
Staff 251
Website www.cadl.org

The Capital Area District Libraries (CADL) is a system of libraries in Ingham County, Michigan, United States. It was formed in 1998 by an agreement between Ingham County and the City of Lansing. It consists of thirteen libraries and a bookmobile. CADL is governed by a seven-member board, five of which are selected by Ingham County, and the remaining two are selected by the City of Lansing. The CADL also participates with the Michigan eLibrary. The Friends of the Library support Capital Area District Libraries through fundraising and community outreach.[1]

The City of East Lansing maintains a separate library system (East Lansing Public Library).[2]

Holt-Delhi Library in Delhi Township
Mason Library

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  1. ^ Capital Area District Library. Friends of the Library, cadl.org, retrieved 2011-Apr-06
  2. ^ Capital Area District Library. About Your Library, cadl.org

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