The Holly Township Library operates much like the Parks and Recreation Commission; they have their own separately elected board and their own 1 mill voter approved millage.

The Holly Township Library serves the residents of Holly Township and the Village of Holly as well as Groveland and Rose Townships. The Library is governed by six board members and the Director, who make decisions regarding the budget and long-term planning. The Library is staffed by the Director and full and part-time employees. They are assisted by many volunteers from the community, especially the Friends of the Holly Township Library.

The Holly Township Library’s mission is to provide and promote public access to information through a quality collection of materials, reflecting all viewpoints which fulfill educational and recreational needs of the community within a pleasant, professional atmosphere.

The Library uses Michigan eLibrary (MeL) for Holly patrons to borrow books and other library materials for free from participating Michigan libraries. Patrons may also borrow eBooks and eAudiobooks from the digital library using their Holly Township Library card.

Computers with Internet access are available for public use and free Wi-Fi is available. Patrons can print from any public computer. Faxing and scanning services are also available.

The Holly Township Library offers many events and activities for adults, teens and children, including summer reading programs for all ages, storytimes, musical and instructional programs, and many more. The Library also has an active Teen Advisory Board.

For more information you can visit the Holly Township Library Website by clicking here.