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Fixit Hanging Bike 071616The Fixit  includes all the tools necessary to perform basic bike repairs and maintenance, from changing a flat tire to adjusting brakes and derailleurs. 

 The Fixit is located near the library’s bike racks, just steps from the main entrance. 

 This unique equipment was made possible through the generous contributions of the Plymouth Lions Club and local landscape design firm, Serene Landscape Group . 

 

The Plymouth District Library adopted the public policy set forth in the Michigan Freedom of Information Act, 1976 PA 442 on July 21, 2015. The Plymouth District Library Freedom of Information Act Procedures and Guidelines and Written Public Summary of the Freedom of Information Act Procedures and Guidelines are available via the library's website.

Free copies of these documents are also available at the Plymouth District Library.

FOIA requests are to be directed to the library's FOIA Coordinator at:

Plymouth District Library Attn: FOIA Coordinator
223 S. Main Street
Plymouth, MI 48170

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Fax: 734-453-0733

librarycardHow Do I Get a Library Card?

Library cards are free to everyone within our borrowing area.  If you wish to check out materials or use other in-house services the library provides, it will be necessary to visit us at the Circulation desk on the main level, at your convenience, to apply for and pick up your library card.  Please provide photo ID with proof of your mailing address, such as current Driver's license, pay stub, current utility bill or checkbook when you apply for a card.  See our Circulation Policy.

 

 Want to get a card for your child under 18?  Download a printable application form for minors and bring it with you the next time you visit us.  Parents must be present if registering a child under 18.

 

Online Registration Form

computerIf you are over 18 and do not currently have a library card, our online registration gives you a temporary library card number which allows you to place a hold on items today!  We will notify you at the email address you provide when the materials become available.  After completing the form, and reviewing our Circulation Policy, click "I ACCEPT" and a temporary library card number will be assigned to you.  You may log in using this temporary number along with your PIN, which is the last 4 digits of the phone number you've provided.  Your temporary library card number is only valid for 30 days.  It will still be necessary to stop by our circulation desk on the main level, bringing with you the required photo ID with proof of your address.

 

 

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  • Windows or Mac notebook anywhere in the library (no iPads or tablet PCs).
  • Select a printer located on your level in the library. Print jobs can only be printed from the Print Release Station where the print job was sent to.
Your location        Printer(s) available
Upper Level           

UL-Black and White

UL-Color

Main Level ML-Black and White
Lower Level LL-Black and White
  • You may print to the UL-Color printer from any level, but go to the upper level Print Release Station to retrieve your print job.

 

 

Learn how wireless printing works

Select your operating system to view step-by-step help

Windows XP

Windows 7/Vista

Mac OS X




The virtual printer plug-in must be installed to print

Select your operating system to install the plug-in

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Windows

macbook

Mac

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The Library offers the following services through the Low Vision Center:


1.  Books and pamphlets about vision loss and where to get assistance.


2.  Large Print books, both fiction and nonfiction.

3.  Audio Books - Books on CDs and "Playaways"

4.  Magnifying Glasses that may be checked out for a 3 week loan.

5.  CCTV Reading Machine

6.  Internet Terminal with ZoomText (englarging software)

7.  Access to audio books from the National Library for the Blind and Visually Impaired.


Low Vision Info Sessions are held on the first Thursday of every month, at 1:00 p.m., at the Plymouth District Library, and are intended for anyone for whom glasses are no longer sufficient. Participants share advice on coping skills and adaptive technologies in a supportive atmosphere. These social and informative sessions are free and open to anyone with low vision, caregivers and friends. Guest Speakers are frequently scheduled and cover a variety of topics relevant to living better with low vision. Advance registration NOT required. For more information contact Marjorie Sadler, Adult Services Librarian, 734-453-0750, ext. 205 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


icon_wirelessprinting When you use Plymouth District Library's wireless network you have agreed to accept our Internet Use Policy.

Wireless access is provided using a public, unsecured network.