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Richfield Township Public Library

Who We Are Now

The Richfield Township Public Library system is located at 1410 N. St. Helen Rd., St. Helen, MI and provides free services to all residents living within the township boundaries.

The library system holds over 17,000 materials including over 16,000 books, and 250 compact discs. Over 600 DVDs are also now available for check-out.

In total, 17,742 items were checked out of the system during fiscal year 2013-2014! In addition to these items, approximately 14,863 people entered the library to utilize print and electronic reference resources, access the Internet through the Library’s computers, enjoy WI-FI service, or attend one of the Library’s many events.

Our friendly and professional staff is eager to serve you.

Our Mission is to provide material that will meet the day-to-day educational, informational, cultural and recreational interest and needs of the community.

To fulfill this purpose, the library endeavors to purchase those books which are of permanent and current value and represent the best available to meet the community's interests and needs.  Allotted book monies are used to build up a well-rounded adult collection, also provide books for the juvenile collection which represent the best possible means to enrich the child's literacy and artistic tastes, to satisfy their informational needs and provide recreational reading at all levels of growth.

Ebooks, audiobooks and magazines!

Libby is the app to enjoy ebooks, audiobooks, and magazines from OverDrive.

You can also browse our OverDrive collection of ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, and videos on your computer.


Secretary of State

Language Learning with Transparent Language Online - this is a service which we provide free for our patrons. Just click "continue as guest" and enter your library card number.