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Get a passport or dog license, find obituaries, reserve a meeting room, improve your job and computer skills and more.


Planning a trip? Find information and materials needed to plan your next vacation and get a passport at our full service Passport Acceptance Agency! We'll take your photo, provide forms and file your paperwork with the Department of State.


Education Resources

From our Homework Helper program to book kits, to GED classes and online tutors, we offer a variety of services to meet your lifelong educational needs.

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Book Picks

Name a few books and/or authors that you love, and our expert staff will offer personalized picks just for you!

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With tools available on site and a wide range of items you can take with you, we have what you need to make your vision come to life.

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mobile services

We offer a variety of services that bring the Library to you. Whether it's through our Bookmobile, Book Hauler, Homebound Services or Mobile Technology Center, we're serving our community in new and unique ways.

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local history

Find resources and services offered through our Local History and Genealogy Department including digital collections and exhibits, obituaries, digitization services and our new community photo album.

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meeting rooms

Each Library location is home to a public meeting room that is available free of charge. These rooms, in fulfillment of our mission, are available for educational, instructional or civic programs when the space is available.

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Dog Licenses

We're going to the dogs! We now offer dog licenses at all of our Library locations. Stop in to pick up some materials for you and purchase or renew your Lucas County dog license at the same time.

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Economic Success

Connect with our Business Department and find book lists and outside resources to help you start or grow a business, apply for grants and more.

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Computer & Technology Help

Why pay for expensive computer classes when you can take them for free at the Library? Our computer and technology programs meet customers at whatever level of knowledge they are, from novices to seasoned users.

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Job Search Assistance

Learn how to use a computer, set up email, update your resume, use Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel, search for jobs online and take advantage of other Library resources to give you an edge in the workforce.

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Ready to Read

Our Ready to Read initiative helps parents prepare their children (ages birth to preschool) for kindergarten while providing the information and tools needed to build important early literacy skills.

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