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We have general material on conducting and organizing a genealogy search. However, the Mount Clemens Public Library is the best place to start locally for in-depth genealogy research.
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Please refer to our Hours & Location page for the most up-to-date information. The normal hours of operation and closures are listed.
During this phase of the renovations, there is one copier available on the second floor. Black and white copies are $0.10 per page and color copies are $1 per page. Additional copiers will be available once the renovations have been completed.
Coffee, pop, and snack machines are available on the first floor. Snacks and covered beverages are allowed to be eaten in the library.
Yes. Please visit our Home Delivery page for more details.
During this phase of the renovations, there are restrooms near the temporary entrance and on the second floor. All our drinking fountains are closed due to COVID-19.
Yes, but please be courteous. Take lengthy conversations outside, set your phone to vibrate, use a quiet tone of voice, and remember that your conversation can be overheard.
No. That information is available on the City’s website.
The Friends of the Library have school supply bags available for purchase at the Used, But Sterling Bookstore for $3. Staplers and pencil sharpeners are available to use in the library. Flash drives are available for $9 at the bookstore too.
No, City maps are sold at the City Clerk's Office in City Hall.
During this phase of the renovations, there is one set of stairs and one elevator available to the public. Both are straight ahead and to the right of the temporary entrance.
Due to renovations and the threat of COVID-19, extended study sessions are prohibited. Private study rooms will be available on the second floor once the renovations have been completed.
Yes, we have a free scanner/fax machine on the second floor.
Yes, but food and beverages are prohibited due to COVID-19. Once restrictions have lessens, coffee, pop, and water will be available at vending machines near the public elevator.
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The Friends of the Library, organized in 1976, is a volunteer nonprofit group dedicated to enhancing and improving library service for our community.
The Friends' Used, But Sterling Bookstore is on the north side of the library near the stairs.
Donations are accepted in a number of ways. Please see the Memorial Gift Form available at all service desks or contact Library Administration at 586-446-2640 for further information.
The library weeds materials after they have been heavily used or outdated. On occasion, we offer them to our bookstore for resale. We do not order books for personal purchase. Online sellers and local bookstores will assist you with that request.
The best place is through our online programming calendar. You can also find out about our events through the City magazine and handouts available in the library.
Due to COVID-19, all of our programs require registration. You can register for events through our online programming calendar or by calling the library at 586-446-2640.
Due to ongoing renovations, the programming center and the conference room are not available. Once the renovations have been completed, nonprofit organizations may use the programming center and conference room. Please call 586-446-2640 for more information.
Yes, donated items may be brought to the Used, But Sterling Bookstore during it's normal hours of operation.