July 2020

Library Remains in Phase 2: Curbside Pickup
The library will remain in the Curbside Pickup phase of our reopening plan while we prepare the building for reopening to the public. We are applying for grants to help us with social distancing signage, deep cleaning, and other supplies to make the library as safe as possible for you. Our first priority is the safety and well-being of our staff and patrons, so we are closely following protocols from the  Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and MiOSHA. Additionally, new policies and procedures have been approved by the Library Board to ensure safety and proper use of the building. As more information and guidelines for public libraries are received from the State of Michigan, we will engage our community more. Check our website and Facebook page for further updates. Thank you for your patience, flexibility, and understanding!
Place your Holds and Use Curbside Pickup
We are excited to announce that holds can now be placed on items from all libraries in our system! Place your holds through the online catalog . You will receive notification when your items are ready for pickup. Call us when you get here and we'll bring your items out to you. It's that simple.

Curbside Pickup Hours are: Mon-Fri, 12 - 6 p.m. and Saturday 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Here are some things to remember:
  • Feel free to use our outdoor drop box for returns.
  • If you have a fragile item to return and do not want to use the drop box, give us a call when you drive up and we will come out to get the item from you.
  • Expiring library cards have been renewed through September 30.
  • Due dates have been extended to September 30.
  • You can apply for a library card by calling or emailing the library. You will need to provide your driver's license number or state ID. Please allow a few days for processing.
  • The Friends of the Library are NOT accepting book donations at this time.
  • Check out our Digital Library to borrow e-books, e-audiobooks, streaming media and other items.
Summer Reading Virtual Program Performances
Online Services
Explore all the online services offered by the Romulus Public Library.

  • Virtual Story Time with Miss Jessica and Miss Sandy (Youth tab, click on YouTube Playlist)
  • Great Start Food Banks (Services tab, click on Food Banks)
  • Virtual Music Programs (Services Tab, click on Virtual Programs)
  • Tumble Books (Digital Library Tab, click on Tumble Books)
  • Hoopla Bonus Borrows Collection (Digital Library tab, click Hoopla Bonus)
  • RBDigital magazines (Digital Library Tab, click RB Digital)
  • Overdrive e-books (Digital Library Tab, click Overdrive
  • (Resource Tab, click on Ancestry)

Thanks to our partners: Tumble Books, RB Digital, Overdrive, Hoopla, Great Start, Ancestry, Pebble Go by Capstone, University Musical Society, Chamber Music Society of Detroit, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, and U of M School of Music Theater and Dance.
The Romulus Public Library is happy to announce that we have a new part-time Youth Services Librarian! Miss Sandy has been at the library for a few years now and she will be in charge of programs for youth/teens! Congratulations on your new position Miss Sandy!
Library Board Meeting - Monday, July 20 at 5 p.m. Remote access. See website for more information.

Friends of the Library Meeting - Canceled until further notice
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Romulus Public Library
11121 Wayne Rd.
Romulus, MI 48174