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Hoyt Library

January thru December 2011

Total circulation of books, audio cassettes, CDs, DVDs, and videos: $97,474
If users had purchased at an average price of $30 each $2,924,220

Librarians answered 18,439 questions.
If a fee-based service was used for each question at $10 each $184,390

The Library subscribed to more than 140 magazines, journals, Newspapers and databases valued at $8554

14,717 patrons attended more than 549 programs for adults and children.
If users paid $10 each $147,170

14,172 patrons used the Free Internet
If users paid $5 each $70,860

517 uses of the free labs by tutors and students
If users paid $30 for each use $15,510

341 uses of the Community Room by groups, organizations and individuals
If users paid $50 for each use $17,050

Access to POWER Library and other online database in the Library and remotely 24/7 $65,000

The Hoyt Library generated over $3.4 million worth of great services in 2011; And – YOUR LIBRARY CARD IS FREE

More than 92,700 people visited the library January 1, 2011 through December 31, 2011.

On the 298 days we were open:

    An average of 311 people visit the library daily
    An average of 327 items are borrowed daily
    An average of 62 reference questions are answered daily
    An average of 48 people accessed the internet daily
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Holiday Schedule

The Municipality of Kingston’s administrative offices will be closed on Friday, April 19, 2019 in observance of Good Friday and will re-open Monday, April 22, 2019 at 8:30 a.m.. Residents of Zones #1 and #2A who normally place their recyclables curbside for pickup on Mondays, are asked to do so on Friday, April 19, 2019. Public works will run its normal schedule on Friday, April 19, 2019 and will be closed on Monday, April 22, 2019.

Residents of Zone #1 and #2A who normally place their recyclables curbside for pick-up on Mondays, are asked to do so on Friday, February 15, 2019.


Parking is prohibited on the even-numbered side of the streets between the hours of 6pm on Saturday, January 19 and 6am Sunday, January 20. Parking is prohibited on the odd-numbered side of the streets between 7am and 7pm on Sunday January 20th. Residents and businesses with off-street parking accommodations are urged to keep their vehicles off the streets. Failure to comply with the parking regulation will result in vehicles being ticketed or towed at the owner’s expense.

Kingston Forty Fort Trail Gap

The Kingston and Forty Fort Trail Feasibility Study Draft Plan is available for public comment. Please submit your comments to Ryan Parisi via email at rparisi@simonecollins.com. The review period will be open until March 16th. A link to the Draft Plan and Appendix can be found below:



Public Survey for Kingston Forty Fort Trail Feasibility Study.

Weekly Street Cleaning

Enforceable Street Cleaning will begin on Monday, March 19, 2018. Please adhere to all posted street cleaning signs.

New Real Property Inspection Ordinance

Ordinance 2016-6 Ordinance 2016-8 Real Property Inspection Form
No Emergency Dispatch
Kingston will no longer dispatch police, fire, and ambulance calls. As of 12 a.m. on September 1, 2010, all residents and businesses of Kingston, Forty Fort, and Pringle are required to Dial 911 for Police, Fire and Ambulance emergencies. Do not call 287-6911 as this is no longer an emergency number.