March 4, 2024

About Us

A Short History of the Library

a sepia-toned photo of the Melvindale Public Library buildingThe Melvindale Public Library originated in 1928 and consisted of 500 books located in Mrs. Gardner’s Drug Store on Oakwood Blvd. On February 19, 1929 the collection was moved across the street into a building of its own. The present building was dedicated in 1950 and today the collection numbers well over 30,000 volumes. Melvindale Public Library is a part of The Library Network (TLN), which unites more than 74 libraries throughout Wayne and Oakland county. We share a catalog, with the ability to interloan items from other network libraries. Items can also be returned at any TLN library at no charge to our patrons.

 

STREET & MAILING ADDRESS

18650 Allen Rd
Melvindale, MI 48122

Phone: 313-429-1090             Fax: 313-388-0432

Library  Hours

Monday & Wednesday 10 am – 6 pm

Tuesday & Thursday: 12 pm – 8 pm

Saturday: 10 am – 4 pm

CLOSED Friday and Sunday

LIBRARY HOLIDAYS

We are closed the following Days

• New Year’s Eve & Day
• Martin Luther King Jr Day
• Presidents Day
• Memorial Day
• Independence Day
• Labor Day
• Thanksgiving Weekend
• Christmas Eve & Day

Please be aware that the Library will be closed during Snow/Weather Emergency Days.

 

Our Staff

Jeannine Warrow, Library Director

Michael Spaeth, Youth Services Librarian

Jessica Grabski Roldan, Library Assistant

Nagat Harhara, Library Clerk

 

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