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Fraser Public Library Fiction Aisle

Driven to Discover? Unleash it Here!

The Fraser Public Library is dedicated to providing equitable access to information, stories and community connection. We offer a variety of services to encourage continuous exploration and learning for our patrons.

Our little library has expanded to more than just books over the years. We have an array of digital databases to facilitate all kinds of needs. For those who prefer to download titles and magazines to local devices we offer access to Overdrive and RBdigital, patrons can utilize a free version on Ancestry.com (in library only), Creativebug provides inspiration or how-to videos for craft projects, or get academic support with Tutor.com. We offer all this plus way more, free with your library card.

Our Mission

The mission of E.C. Weber Fraser Public Library is to provide equitable access to information, to be a place of connection for community engagement, and to enrich the lives of our patrons by encouraging them to explore and learn. We strive to situate our library within the community as a place of education and recreation through technological developments, personal connection, and a sense of discovery. With a collection of over 50000 items we seek to provide access to a wide variety of current material for the education, entertainment, and enrichment of the community. We aim to provide an environment in which members of the community can come to interact, inform, educate, and entertain themselves as groups and as individuals. We seek to aid Fraser community members in coming together to read the books they love, to share the interest they have, and to provide access to the knowledge and tools they need.  

Our Values

Collaboration

Our staff supports one another and every patron that walks through the door to ensure a pleasant experience every time.

Patron Focus

The staff at FPL is committed to fully serving our patrons.

Community Connection

We are committed to serving the community of Fraser, and providing valuable books and databases to encourage discovery.

Expertise

Our librarians are highly knowledgeable and can help you with any request or question you may have about the FPL.

Innovation

Our collection, databases, and events are constantly growing and expanding to make sure we always offer the best for our patrons.
Using the FPL | What Your Library Cards Gets You

Apply for a Library Card

If you are a Fraser resident you may apply for a Fraser library card. Bring in your driver’s license with a current Fraser address or photo-ID with current proof of Fraser residency (Lease, Utility Bill, Bank Statement, etc.). Those who are under 18 must bring a parent/legal guardian to apply.

Pick up an application at the reference desk and fill it out here. Non-Fraser residents that are library members of other Suburban Library Cooperative libraries may also use their cards at the Fraser Public Library. Library cards expire every 3 years. If your information changes, please update your card at the library.

Internet Access

The Library has eight computers for public use. Access is available with your library card number and PIN number. Guest passes are available for $1, which get you 1 hour with added time available.

Copier / Printer / Fax Machine

A Xerox machine will copy all personal items for $0.10 per page. Internet printing is also $0.10 per page for black and white copies and $0.50 per page for color copies. Patrons must pay for all copies printed. Fax service cost is $1 per page including a cover sheet.

Tax Forms

Federal and Michigan tax forms are available around February in paper form and are held until supply of the forms run out. Internet copies are available anytime from the reference librarian for $0.10 a page.

Movies / CDs 

  • New Adult DVDs cost $2 for 1 week 
  • New Children’s DVDs cost $2 for 1 week
  • Children’s DVDs, Non Fiction DVDs, CDs, and Books on CDs are free for 21 days
  • All audio visual materials can be checked out for one week. You must be 18 years or older to check out DVDs

Reserve A Room

Our library is free and open to the public. Use our online tool to book the upstairs meeting room or the garden.