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Thursday, 19 May 2011 13:22

 

To obtain a Springfield Township Library card:

Bring a valid picture ID demonstrating Springfield Township residency to the circulation desk.  If your picture ID does not list a current Springfield Township residence, bring an accompanying utility bill, Springfield Township voter registration card, or official rental/home ownership documents which will demonstrate Springfield Township residency.

You must be 18 years of age or accompanied by your legal caregiver to obtain a library card.

A Springfield Township Library card entitles you to check out items, participate in all library programs, interloan items from MeL (Michigan Electronic Library) and our 54-member library cooperative (TLN).  You are subject to each member library's rules and regulations.

Non-Residents:  

Non-residents of Springfield Township do not contribute to the library through their property taxes, so there is annual fee of $100.00 per family (as of Sept. 1, 2014) to receive a Springfield Township Library card.  Alternately, there is a 3-month fee of $25.00 per family.  This fee entitles you to checkout items from our collection, participate in library programs, interloan items from MeL (Michigan Electronic Library) and our 54-member library cooperative (TLN).  It is up to the individual libraries in our cooperative to honor your non-resident library card.  You are subject to their rules and regulations. 

You must be 18 years of age or accompanied by your legal caregiver to obtain a library card.

Card Expiration:

All library cards expire annually.  You will be required to show a valid picture ID listing your current Springfield Township address or show proof of Springfield Township residency as well as update other account information.  If you are a non-resident and want to renew your membership you will be required to pay the annual fee.

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