Where else can I use my Royal Oak Library card?

You may use your card at any of the 50 libraries in the TLN network: TLN Visitors Page. There are also some "standalone" libraries where you can use your card: Baldwin, Bloomfield Township, Canton, Clarkston, Dearborn, Farmington, Farmington Hills, Grosse Pointe, Howell Carnegie, Northfield Township, Orion Township, Pinckney, Plymouth, Rochester Hills, Royal Oak Township, St. Clair County Library, Saline, Southfield, West Bloomfield Township, Westland, and Ypsilanti. We have a reciprocal borrowing agreement with Troy Public Library as well. But wait, there's more! If you ask for a MI Library Card sticker for your card, you have access to even more libraries in Michigan: http://milibrarycard.org/partcipating.html. Please call or visit any of these libraries if you are interested in utilizing these great resources.

In September 2022, ROPL joined the MeLCat Visiting Patron program, adding more than 150 libraries you can visit with your library card. Check out the list at Participating MeLCat Libraries.

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1. How many items can I have checked out at one time?
2. How many items can I have on hold?
3. How do I return my materials?
4. Where can I find FREE parking?
5. Where else can I use my Royal Oak Library card?
6. Do you have eBooks?
7. Do you have foreign language and ESL books?
8. What programs can I attend?
9. Does the library have information on pre-schools?
10. What is the Michigan Activity Pass and how can I get one?
11. Do you have a list of resources for people in crisis?
12. Do you have back issues of local newspapers?
13. Do you have local history and genealogy resources?