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The library is located between Northline and Goddard Roads on Pardee Road. It is set in front of Heritage Park.
Typical hours are:
The library closes for several holidays, including the Taylor Summer Festival weekend in June, when the library is inaccessible. Don't worry, you won't get fines for days we're closed.
The computer lab is generally open to the public whenever the library is open. Please note that the computer lab does close a half hour before the library closes. For notices about lab closures check the
Located outside the south entrance of the library stands a silver book drop. Please place library materials in this container when the library is closed. Upon the library's opening the materials will be checked in.
You can also call the Taylor Community Library and a staff member will be happy to assist you.
People with qualifying disabilities may also borrow special format Talking Books and Braille items, as part of the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped.
Library materials can also be dropped off at any one of the The Library Network (TLN) member libraries.
Note: A Numeric Pin is Required. Materials that have holds will not be able to be renewed and should be returned to the library on the scheduled due date otherwise fines will be charged for the overdue item(s).
Materials not returned are not available for others to use or borrow. Also, if materials are not returned, in most cases, money from the library budget is used to replace them.
There is no charge to check out DVDs. DVDs kept beyond the due date will accrue late fees.
Yes. All users must comply with age and fine restrictions. Present library card or driver’s license/state ID at checkout counter. Use for 18 and older is on a first come, first served basis with a 30 minute time limit enforced if others are waiting. Separate restrictions apply for those under 18.
Printing costs will be $0.10 for the first two pages. Printouts are paid to the lab monitor.
The Taylor Community Library provides wireless internet (Wi-Fi) accessible from personal laptops or other wireless devices. No log-in is required.
It is possible to send faxes at the Library. Faxes are sent by a staff member at the checkout counter for $1.00 per page.
The library does not receive incoming faxes.
Yes, the library has a black and white/color copy machine. Copies are $0.10 a page and $0.50 for color copies.
No, but the Downriver Genealogical Society has a genealogy library at the Flat Rock School Administration Building, Room 100, 28639 Division St, Flat Rock, Michigan.
You may call them at (734) 535-6530 or e-mail the DRGS Library firstname.lastname@example.org.
Taylor Community Library does have a subscription to Ancestry Library Edition, which is only available online.
Find a lists upcoming programs and events on the
Yes, the library fills hold requests from The Library Network libraries, in order to obtain material not available at the Taylor Library.
As always you can come in to the Taylor Community Library and find FREE tax forms to take home. Forms are sent to us by U.S. government and the library typically receives them in late February. However, the electronic version of the forms are always available online.
Staff can print forms out for you at any time using our current printing prices. You may also use the following links to download and print yourself: IRS Tax Forms, Michigan Tax Forms, City of Detroit Tax Forms.
Please remember that our staff may be helpful and outstanding, but they are not professional tax preparers, and cannot give you any advice on what to fill out or what form you need. If you are looking for help with your taxes, the library typically offers a Free Tax Preparation help day for people making less than $50,000 in February or March. Call us at 734-287-4840 or check the online calendar for more information.