Azalea Regional Library System
The Azalea Regional Library System is a six county, nine member library system headquartered in Madison, Georgia. Counties served are Greene, Hancock, Jasper, Morgan, Putnam, and Walton, which make up a diverse and growing population of over 175,000 people.
The Azalea Regional Library System’s mission is to provide constituents with equal access to educational, informational, and recreational print and digital resources and services in order to encourage life-long learning, further development of an informed citizenry, and support the innovative, academic, and creative endeavors of the communities it serves.
The Azalea Regional Library System is led by its director, Stacy L. Brown, and managed by a Regional Administrative Team and Member Library Managers. Each member library is governed by a local Board of Trustees made up of appointed county, city, or Board of Education representatives, and the entire regional system is governed by a Regional Board of Trustees made up of representatives from every local member library board.