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 current Fraser address or photo-id with current proof of Fraser residency. 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 at Suburban Library Cooperative member 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.
The Library has eight computers for public use. Access is available with your library card number and PIN number. Guest passes are available for $1.00, 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. The Patron must pay for all copies printed. Fax services cost $1.00 per page.
Federal and Michigan tax forms are available around February in paper form 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 $2.00
- New Children’s DVDs cost $2.00
- Children’s DVDs, Non Fiction DVDs, CDs, and BCDs are free.
- All audio visual materials can be checked out for one week. You must be 18 years or older to check out DVDs.
Non-profit organizations, professional associations and neighborhood groups may use the upstairs meeting room. The fee is $25.00 per meeting room use. Suggest events by calling the library at 586-293-2055 during open hours.
The Library of Michigan offers the MelCat interloan service for Fraser patrons. Michigan Electronic Catalog is a program that has access to hundreds of Michigan libraries’ catalogs. Patrons may order books, audio books, movies, and more to be delivered to the Fraser Library. Access is by your Fraser library card. All materials must be picked up and returned to the Fraser Library.
Many patrons create lasting memories by donating money to the Library in the name of a friend or a loved one. We purchase books and place a bookplate in the front of the book with the name of the person being honored and the person making the contribution.
Book sales are held twice a year in the upstairs meeting room. Donated books and those weeded from the collection are always for sale. There is an ongoing book sale in the Book Nook. All proceeds go to the Friends of the Fraser Public Library for library upgrades.
Programs for adults and children are held throughout the year at Fraser Public Library. Check the Library calendar for program information, dates and times, etc.
Using Your Library Card At Different Libraries
The Fraser Public Library is a member of the Suburban Library Cooperative. Members of the Fraser Public Library can use their Fraser membership to access the materials and services made available by other member libraries in the cooperative.
Library Board of Trustees
View the Library Board of Trustees page for an overview of the board and see who is a member of the board.