Our last Saturday open before the summer will be May 20. Summer hours are Monday through Thursday 9AM – 8PM, and Friday 9AM – 5PM. We will reopen Saturdays after Labor Day weekend.

For more information on details and age-specific programs, visit the library to talk with a librarian or click here! 

An animal program that promotes global wildlife conservation and respect for all forms of life. Featuring an alligator, tortise, snakes, parrots and more. No registration required for this family friendly event.

Bring your LEGOs or use ours. We will choose a theme and children are encouraged to build a creation based on that theme. No registration is necessary for this all kids event.  

All are welcome to join us for a free Family Movie! Refreshments will be available for purchase at a small charge to benefit the Library. No Registration is required for this family friendly event, which will be held in Erin Auditorium.

Welcome to the Roseville Public Library!

Check out these new changes at the library:

★ New books now circulate for 3 weeks
★ New Friday and Saturday hours beginning March 3
★ Click here for the May to August 2017 newsletter.


We Now Offer Mobile Printing!

Print emails, files, webpages, boarding passes, and pay stubs from your laptop or mobile device. Click here for more information.


Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!

These are the official social media pages for the Roseville Public Library! Follow us for the latest news and for information on upcoming programs and events!

★  Facebook
★  Twitter
★  Instagram



Want to search the catalog from your phone? Download the app BookMyne, available to both iOS and Android devices!

BookMyne lets you:

★ Search our catalog for local items as well as items from libraries participating in the Suburban Library Cooperative
★ Place holds on available items
★ Log into your account and view your checked out items, holds, and fines
★ Renew the items you have checked out
★ Scan a book’s barcode and search for it in the catalog

The BookMyne app is free to download on your iOS or Android device. Once the download is complete, select the library you want to use and log in with your card number and pin.


New Database!

Keep up on the latest current events with Newsbank. With your library card you have access to over 80 local and 3000 national news sources. Local news sources include the Eastsider, Detroit News and Crain’s Detroit Business.

This database requires a library card when used outside of the library.