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Only Fraser residents, property owners and students of Fraser schools are eligible to have a Fraser Library card, but Fraser belongs to the Suburban Library Cooperative. Your valid library card can be used at any of the libraries in the system. Clinton-Macomb, Harrison Township and Troy public libraries are on a different computer system. If you use those libraries, you will need to take your Fraser card with identification to get put into their system. 

  • New Books: 14 days with 2 renewals
  • Books: 21 days with 2 renewals
  • Audio CDs: 7 days with 2 renewals
  • Audio Books: 21 days with 2 renewals
  • New DVDs: 7 days with 1 renewal and a $2 rental fee
  • DVDs: 21 days with 2 renewals
  • New Children’s DVDs: 7 days with 1 renewal and $2 rental fee
  • Children’s DVDs: 7 days with 2 renewals Free
  • $1 a day for all DVDs
  • $0.25 a day for Music CDs, Audiobooks, magazines and all books

Books and materials borrowed from a Suburban Library Cooperative library may be returned at any Suburban Library Cooperative library. Materials borrowed using MELCat must be returned to the library at which you picked the item up.

Fraser Public Library checks out books with a valid library card or driver’s license.
Driver’s licenses can not be used to access patron computers.

Library cards are non-transferable. Each family member should have his/her own card.

The PIN number is a 4 digit number you selected when applying for a library card. It is used along with your library card number when you place books on hold, access your account, renew books, or wish to use the computers. If you do not select it, it will be randomly generated for you. If you would like to change your PIN you must bring your card and valid ID to the library.

When overdue fines reach $5, your account is automatically blocked.

Computer access is available for one hour with a valid library card and PIN number. Extra time is available upon request. A computer guest pass may be purchased for $1.

Fraser Library does not accept replacement books for lost books.

Fraser Public Library accepts credit cards for payments of $5 or more with a library account.

A Michigan ID with current address, property tax statement, mortgage, or lease agreement with the current address and your own name will be accepted as proof of residency. Students can get a library card with valid student ID for current year, or a valid letter from school administration.

Fraser Library offers fax services. There is a fee of $1 per page.