winter reading 2020

Winter Reading Challenge 2020!

Our Winter Reading program is quite warm and cozy--you don't even need to leave your house (unless you need more books!) Read--and log what you read online starting January 1, 2020 for a chance to win weekly prizes.

Rules: Adults 18 and up. Items read can be books, ebooks, newspapers, magazines, or audiobooks. Entries are for books completed between January 1, 2020 and February 29, 2020. One entry per title read.

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Bookmark Contest

Open Now! I Love My Library Bookmark Contest!

Beginning January 10, 2020, the Library will accept entries for our I Love My Library Bookmark Contest! The contest will run from January 10 - February 10. 

Bookmark Template & Contest Rules

The Library Carpet Project is Complete!

With 80,000-90,000 people a year visiting our Library, the old carpet had a million pairs of shoes walk over it in the last 12 years, and was due for a much-needed replacement. The new carpet adds light, vibrancy, and a breath of fresh air to the building. It seemed like a long project, and we ran into a few hiccups along the way, but laying 10,000 square feet of carpet in a 56 year old building doesn’t happen overnight. And best of all, we kept the building open for the duration of the project, allowing our resident and visiting patrons to access this vital community resource. DPS would like to thank City Council for their support of this project, the staff at the Library for their patience working in a construction zone, and, of course, Floorcraft Systems, for this excellent finished product, and a job well done every step of the way!

Check out these progress pictures from the project, and if you haven’t seen it in person, stop on by! is an online resource where you can connect to a tutor every day between 10:00 AM and Midnight. Find help in over 40 subjects, as well as College Prep, and SAT/ACT Prep.

In addition, you can also find help with Resumes, Cover Letters, Coding, and so much more!

Go to Now is available in the library or from home. Login with your library card number and PIN (last 4 of your phone number).

To use on a mobile device or smartphone, download the app!

If you have questions or need help logging in, contact a Librarian at the Madison Heights Public Library at 248-588-7763.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Madison Heights Public Library is to provide access to information which meets the educational, cultural, and recreational needs of the community.

The Library Network (TLN)

The Madison Heights Public Library is a member of The Library Network (TLN). We honor cards issued by member libraries to their residents. The library's membership in TLN allows for the electronic inter loan of items from other TLN members. These items are then delivered to Madison Heights for patron pickup. View libraries that participate in TLN

Photography at the Library

Pictures may be taken at library programs and events. Please sign a release form if you are interested in being in any posted photographs. Pictures of people that have not signed a release will not be used. A release form is available at the library and at all library programs and events.