Please note that public computers are not available at this time.
Computers with Internet access and Microsoft Office software are located in the adult, teen, and youth areas. A valid Saline District Library card with a PIN is needed to use the Internet computers, or a guest pass may be requested.
PLEASE NOTE: Our self-serve print retrieval kiosk is currently unavailable, so an SDL library card is required to print remotely. When you come to the library to pick up your print job, you will need to provide your library card, and the print fee (B&W: $.10/page, Color: $.50/page) will be added to your SDL account.
We are not currently accepting cash payments. Print fees added to SDL accounts can be paid in conjunction with other fines or fees you may have. SDL accounts must remain under $10 total to continue to use your library card.
Please only submit print jobs during library hours. The print queue empties every day at midnight to protect your privacy.
Flash drives are available for sale at the circulation desk.
Free wireless access is available in most areas of the library. The wireless password is librarywifi, and a library card is not required.
To comply with state law, Saline District Library has chosen to filter all terminals with monitors that might be visible to minors. For that reason, wireless access is also filtered. We have made every effort to enable access to various requested utilities, but there may still be unavailable sites.
FAX & PHOTOCOPY SERVICES
Please note that these services are not available at this time due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Fax services are available. The fee for outgoing faxes and incoming faxes is $1 per page.
Color copies cost $.50 each and black and white copies are $.10. Paper sizes include 8.5 x 11, 8.5 x 14, and 11 x 17.
Scanning is available, free of charge, at the color copier located near the circulation desk.
Can’t find an item in our catalog? Try MeLCat!
- If Saline District Library does not have a book, audio book, music CD, or movie, it can be requested online at no charge through MelCat.
- MeLCat is available through the Michigan eLibrary (MeL). It allows you to search for, request and renew items from a single catalog of more than 26 million items from over 250 libraries statewide, including public, academic, school and special libraries.
- Access the MeLCat catalog from the link on our web page, 24 hours a day.
- Select the item you want, click Get This For Me, select Saline District Library from the list, and enter your name and library card bar code number.
- You will be notified by phone or email when your item is available for pickup at Saliine District Library, usually within a few business days.
- Please note that some items may not be requestable if the publication date is recent or the item, such as a DVD, is easily damaged.
MEETING & STUDY ROOMS
The Brecon Room is a meeting room with a capacity of 60 people that can be divided into two rooms with a capacity of 30 on each side.
It is the intention of the Library to open its meeting rooms for certain limited educational, cultural, civic and intellectual functions conducted by community groups, governmental groups, and service organizations. Profit-making organizations may use the rooms for business meetings or staff training sessions only. All meetings held in the Library meeting rooms must be open to the public free of charge, and the sale of merchandise is not allowed.
The meeting rooms must be reserved by a person who is 18 years or older and has a valid SDL library card. Youth groups (those groups with attendees under the age of 18) must have adult supervision. Meeting rooms are not available for private social occasions. All attendees must abide by Policy 511: Use of the Meeting Rooms and Policy 502: Code of Behavior.
Due to the COVID-19 public health crisis, we are not accepting Brecon Room Reservations until further notice.
Three small study rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis for nonprofit groups. The minimum age requirement is high school and older. Up to 4 people may use a room, and the time limit is 2 hours during periods of high demand. Beverages in lidded containers are permitted in the study rooms; food is not.
The Washtenaw Library for the Blind and Physically Disabled (WLBPD) is located at the downtown branch of the Ann Arbor District Library. This free service provides materials for loan to all eligible Washtenaw County residents.
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The Michigan Activity Pass program is available through our membership in The Library Network