Nestled in 14 wooded acres in Saline, the Saline District Library was recently expanded and is now a 33,000-square-foot building housing more than 95,000 books, DVDs, music CDs, audiobooks, newspapers and magazines. The library also offers usage of computers, Internet access and online databases. Programs include story hours, summer reading, craft workshops, book discussions groups, lectures and more. The library features the Saline History room for local history buffs and also exhibits art throughout the year.
- Fax: 734-944-0600
- Handicap Accessible: Yes
- What makes this community special?: "The people! There is a large group who care deeply about the quality of life in Saline and are in positions to create that quality." - Saline District Library Director Leslee Niethammer
- Parking: Free lot
- Size of collection: 95,000
- Specialties: The Saline History room houses resources for history and genealogy buffs. The room features a display of Meredity Bixby's marionettes. The library also has two digital historical photo collections on its website.
- Services: Audiobooks, Movies, Music CDs, Research databases, Resources for job seekers
- Internet use policy: The library has 32 computers connected to the Internet. There are four unfiltered computers for residents 18 and older, however their use is monitored.
- Programs/classes: Story hour, book discussion groups, summer reading programs, craft workshops, lectures and more
- Book donation information: The library accepts and encourages gifts meeting the library's standards. Gifts not meeting these standards may be sold at the book sale.
- Wi-Fi: Free
- Private events: Yes