Redford Township District Library
26320 West Six Mile Road
Redford, Michigan 48240
Monday – Wednesday 10am – 8:30pm
Thursday – Saturday 10am – 5pm
For your convenience, 2 book drops are open 24 hours daily. They are located along the wall beside the main entrance to the library. 1 book drop is strictly for AV materials [videos, DVD's, books on tape, music cds, etc.
Redford Library December Events 2013
Introducing… The new RTDL website!
The Library is proud to unveil this newly-designed website. Please click, browse, and take it for a test drive! You'll find the latest news, outstanding research tools, and useful information about our services, collection, community, and value. Our 2012 strategic plan identified better marketing of Library offerings as a key goal. This is a big step in that direction. We welcome your feedback!
BIG thanks to our webmaster and staff committee for working so hard on the site's design and construction.
Redford Township Local History Archive Now at the District Library
The Redford Township Local History Archives is an ongoing project started by the Redford Township District Library to preserve, digitize and share local historical materials. This digitization project provides a searchable archive database that can be used by anyone in the world. The Redford Observer is the local Redford Township newspaper which is published on Thursdays and Sundays. The library currently has Redford Observer newspapers from 1955 to 1999 on microfiche available at the library. Much of the print collection from 2000 to 2008 is now available in digital format. Each year we will be having the most current year digitized and added to the collection, in addition to converting a portion of older microfiche versions retrospectively until those are complete. Missing Issues: Sadly, we have several issues that are missing entirely. If you have some old Observers around your home, please check the list of needed dates. This Local History Archives is an ongoing project, preserving the history of the Township. We wish to thank the Redford Observer for their permission to have this historical collection digitized and made available to you.Township Local History Archive
The library offers a wide variety of programs and services including a quality selection of books, magazines, books on tape, downloadable audio, music CDs, DVD's and a Children's area.
Computers are another heavily used learning and research tool at the library. There are computers with internet and word processing capability in both the Adult area and the Children's area.
For more information on library services and programs, please contact the library at (313)538-4257.