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Mission of the Library

The mission of the Plymouth District Library is to help community residents meet their personal, educational, and professional information needs.

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  • Today, over 54,169 area residents are library cards holders and in 2015 a total of 352,716 people entered the Library for programming, borrowing materials, computer use and other activities.

  • In 2015, more than 899,000 items were circulated from the library.

  • Collections totaled more than 264,000 items in 2013.

  • Over 32,400 people attended meetings and programs at the Library - from storytimes to candidate forums to homeowners meetings.

  • The library is administered by an elected board of City and Township residents. Board Meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. on the third Tuesday of each month and are open to the public.

Library Loan Periods

  • 3 weeks for books on tape, CD-ROMs, video games, non-fiction DVDs and most books.

  • 1 week for music CDs, video games, magazines, pamphlets, puppets, toys, & circulating encyclopedias .

  • OverDrive digital e-books and e-audiobooks are downloaded for three weeks with some renewals. The electronic file locks up after 21 days.

  • New DVDs & Blu-rays are on loan, free of charge, for one day. Most feature DVDs and Blu-Rays circulate for 7 days free of charge.

The following are the maximum number of items that may be checked out at any given time:

  • Books: No Limit
  • CDs: No Limit
  • DVDs: No Limit
  • Blu-Rays: 2
  • CD-ROMS: 10
  • Video Games:5
  • OverDrive Digital Materials: 10

There is also a limit of 200 total items per library card.


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