Fremont Area District Library

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About the Library

About the library, meeting rooms, getting a library card, and contact information.

The Fremont Area District library was established in 1996 and serves the City of Fremont, the Fremont Public School District, Dayton Township, Sheridan Township, and Sherman Township. The mission of the Fremont Area District Library is to provide library service for community learning, growth, and enjoyment.

There are several meeting rooms available for use in the library:

  • Five study rooms are available for individual or small group use. Two of these have computers with Microsoft Office.
  • The Community Room is available for reservation by large groups.
  • The Upper Level Conference Room is available for reservation by small groups.

Please fill out a meeting room reservation form if you'd like to reserve the Community Room or Upper Level Conference Room.

Getting a library card:

Patrons must come into the library to register for a library card. Adults must bring their driver's license or state I.D., live within the Fremont area, and know their township. Library cards can be used in most of the surrounding areas. Parents need to have a card in good standing (no fines) before registering their minor children for a card. Please call the Circulation Desk at (231) 928-0240 if you have any questions about getting a card.

Children's Department:
Roxanne Landin
Library Director:
Raymond Arnett
Circulation Services:
Lois Beekman
Genealogy & Local History:
Susan Herrick
 Reference & Young Adult Services:
Jill Hansen-Aune
Technical Services:
Rick Wheater

Address:  104 E Main St, Fremont, MI  49412
Phone:  (231) 924-3480
Fax:  (231) 924-2355
Email:  fadl@fremontlibrary.net
Facebook: Fremont Area District Library
Twitter: @fmtlib

Or you can use one of these forms:

We look forward to hearing from you!