If you’d like to know more about what we do at Regina Public Library, our reporting documents are a good place to start.
The MD&A provides a yearly overview from RPL's management team. It covers the previous year’s operations and how the organization performed. Each report covers the highlights of the year, including information on major projects, key initiatives, statistics on library use, and more as well as more detailed discussion of the library's operations.
In prior years, this was referred to as the library's Annual Report.
Our budget outlines our planned spending for the year and the sources of revenue anticipated to meet those spending needs. Since most of the library’s revenue is from a municipal tax levy, the library submits a mill rate request to the City of Regina each year for enough funds to cover planned spending.
Our audited financial statements present the financial performance of the library over the course of a year and are accompanied by an independent auditor’s report verifying that those statements fairly present the financial position of the library.
Public Accounts is an accountability tool that outlines expenditures made to the Library’s Board of Directors as well as any payments over $50,000 to employees and vendors of the Library.