digital library

The Digital Library is OPEN!

The library has quite a few options for those of you stuck inside during our quarantine. We have shifted resources to invest more in our online materials and will be trying to adapt library services to meet the urgent needs of our community during this trying time.

All you need is a Plymouth library card to get started.

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Tax Information – Updated 3/27/2020

In order to protect citizens in the face of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the IRS has moved the filing and payment date to July 15, 2020.
If you make under $55,000 you might be eligible for free tax help from the Accounting Aid Society
Additional low income assistance with taxes can be found at

For more information about Federal Income Taxes, please review the information at

Download Form 1040 and Schedules (note: the 1040EZ and the 1040A were discontinued in 2018)
Download an Extension Form 4868

michigan income taxes

Governor Whitmer’s executive order has moved all state and city income taxes to July 15, 2020.

Michigan Individual Income Tax Forms 
City Income Tax Forms

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Library Closure

The Plymouth District Library, along with most community institutions, is currently closed per Governor Whitmer’s order.

We are not certain when the library will re-open. Currently all checked out items are due by April 20th. Our drive-through book drop is closed, so please return your materials after the library re-opens. The due date for the return of all materials will be extended as needed. Overdue fines are not being assessed while the library is closed.

Please enjoy our e-resources at (24/7!) and watch our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts for updates.

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Wilcox Foundation Annual Essay Contest 2020

The Wilcox Foundation sponsors academic scholarships to Plymouth and Canton Students, awarded through an essay contest. Each essay will receive either a first, second, or random draw designation. First place is $2,000, second is $1500, and random draw is $1,000. The scholarship awards must be used for post high school educational purposes.

The 2020 essay theme focuses on the lives of school age children between 1950 and 1960. Contest rules and essay specifics are described in more detail in this PDF file.

Essays must be submitted by Monday, April 13, 2020.

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