Madison Heights Public Library
240 West 13 Mile Road
Open August 7 12-8pm & 16th (10:30am - 2:30pm)
Hours of Operation:
Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday 9:00a.m. - 8:00p.m.
Wednesday and Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Upcoming Events -
Michigan Activity Pass Program - Available May 24th
This program allows cardholders from all of the Michigna public libraries to get discount offers from more than 60 cultural partners around the state.
EBooks are here!
MI Big Green Gym (Park & Read) - Available June 1st
Statement of Services: The Library Department is a multifaceted service agency involved in meeting the community's needs for information in a variety of formats. Demands for educational, recreational and cultural materials are met with a constantly updated collection of books, periodicals, pamphlets, videos, compact discs and audio cassettes.
Those who live, work or attend school (K through college) in Madison Heights may receive a library card without additional charge. The Madison Heights Public Library is a member of The Library Network (TLN). We honor cards issued by member libraries to their residents. The library's membership in TLN allows for the electronic interloan of items from other TLN members. These items are then delivered to Madison Heights for patron pickup.
A myriad of additional services are offered by the library such as home delivery of books to homebound patrons. In an effort to better serve the City's significant and varied immigrant populations, the Library offers English as a Second Language (ESL) collection consisting of books, audio cassettes and videos designed to teach English as a second language.
Public access to the Internet and personal computers for word processing are also available. Liaison is maintained with the City's schools and classroom visits are arranged. Art exhibits are scheduled regularly and adult, and youth programs are offered year-round.
Our library was designated a Federal Documents Depository on June 15, 1982. Many business persons and homeowners are discovering the useful materials now available in this important resource area. Ask us to help you learn more about the scope of government documents available and click Government Documents to find other web-based resources.
- More than 90,000 books and books-on-tape
- Many large print titles
- Audio casettes, and compact discs
- A growing collection of video casettes and DVDs, both entertainment and educational
- Over 175 magazines
- Reference questions answered in person or by phone
- Book reserves and interlibrary loans
- Storytime and programs for children
- Summer reading club
- Visits to senior citizens and homebound
- Internal Revenue Service tax forms
- School visits by the children's librarian
- Group tours of the library
- Happy Birthday Club (PDF Instructions and Card)
- Internet access
- Free use of polaroid cameras
- Sale Items
- Heritage Book - $5 each for volumes I and II; $10 for volume III
- Intermediate Women's Club Cookbook - $5
Contact the Staff via E-Mail!
Roslyn Yerman, Director
Sally Arrivee, Head Reference Librarian
Amanda Gehrke, Youth Services Assistant
Rebecca Willemsen, Library Technician
Jane Haigh, Community Services Librarian
Have a Book or Other Document to Donate?
Call the Main Library at (248) 588-7763. Click Here for the PDF Library Gift Release Form.