The Holly Township Library offers library services to residents of Holly as well as Groveland and Rose Townships. We also participate in the MI Library card program which allows our patrons to use many other libraries throughout Michigan.
Any resident, or property owner, in Holly, Groveland, or Rose Township age 6 or older is eligible for a library card.
To get a library card a state issued picture ID with your current address on it is required. We can also accept a state issued picture ID with official mail addressed to you at your current address (like a utility bill or a lease agreement). Children over the age of 6 may get a library card as long as a parent or guardian also has a card.
Black and white copies/prints: $.10 per page
Color prints: $.25 per page
Lamination: $1.00 per foot
Fax Services: $.25 per page side. (DHS, unemployment, veteran services, and resumes are free for the first 10 sides and $.10 per additional page sides. )
Computers with internet access are available for public use. Patrons can print from any public computer. You can log in to the computers using your library card number and telephone number. If you do not have a library card you can use a guest pass.
Michigan/ Local History Collection
We offer a wide selection of historical and contemporary works on Michigan. This collection includes yearbooks from Holly High School dating from 1885.
The meeting room is available for public use during regular library hours. The room can be reserved in advance on a first come first serve basis. There is no charge for civic groups, clubs, organizations, and other non-profit groups. Businesess and other for profit groups or individuals may use the room for a fee of $25 per day/event.
Overdrive & Libby
Borrow eBooks and
eAudiobooks from the library.
All you need is a library card. There are never any late fees and you can get books from the comfort of your home.
An easy-to-use interlibrary loan system to allow Michigan residents to borrow books and other library materials for free from participating Michigan libraries.
Michigan Activity Pass
Library users with a valid library card from one of Michigan’s nearly 400 public libraries can print a pass, either from home or at the library, to one of the nearly 60 participating institutions and free passes to all of Michigan’s State Parks at the http://michiganactivitypass.info website. Some cultural partners offer complimentary or reduced price admission; others, discounts in their gift shop or other exclusive offers for MAP pass holders only.
The Michigan eLibrary (http://mel.org) will provide all Michigan residents with free access to online full-text articles, full-text books, digital images, and other valuable research information at any time via the Internet.