We've recently relocated to a larger facility at the former Curtis Grocery building. Today, you can find The Library at 130 Grand Avenue in Fowlerville, Michigan. This new space totals 10,300 square feet and allows space for a larger Circulation Desk. We also have a 10-unit computer lab, increased seating, a larger program room, and easy access to popular materials and new books, as well as an improved area for teens and more diverse programs. Our new amenities include a fireplace, reading area, and Historical Collection Room. Stop by today and check out your new, improved library.
The mission of the Fowlerville District Library is to serve our community by providing free access to information through library services, programs, and outreach.
Learn More About Our Library
Fowlerville District Library serves a diverse population in the Fowlerville School District area, which encompasses ten townships in Livingston, Ingham, and Shiawassee Counties. The Library has more than 40,000 items in circulation, and patrons can also choose from a large selection of books, DVDs, eBooks, and books on CD. The Library also offers 24-hour wireless Internet access and 10 Internet-ready computer stations for public use.
Your Library Card
Do you have a library card? If you answered "no," why not have one? Your free library card will give you access to the largest locally-available pool of information and novels. You can easily register by bringing this form to The Library. Just complete the application and bring it with you on your next visit to start swimming in our pool of information. Adults 18 and older don't even need to bring an application. Just bring your ID with your current address for your card.
Computer Services Offered
– Available Throughout The Library
10 Public Access Computer Stations
– One-Hour Time Limit, Per Day
Access to Office Suite
- Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Publisher, & Excel
Access to Ancestry.com
Access to Our Digital Archives, Including:
- "The Fowlerville Review" - "Fowlerville News & Views"
Digitized Yearbooks From 1950-1970, 1986, 1987, & 1989-2004
Access to abcMouse.com
Greyscale Copy Center
- $0.25 Per Page
** Under the Freedom of Information Act and the Environmental Information Regulations you have a right to request any recorded information held by a public authority. For your request to be dealt with according to the Freedom of Information Act, you must:
1. contact the relevant authority directly; 2. make the request in writing, for example in a letter or an email. ... 3. give your real name; and. 4. give an address to which the authority can reply.