TPL's building is open for Grab & Go Service. Visit for full information. Curbside Pickup hours remain the same. Returns accepted 24/7.


Helpful Resources

Helpful Resources

Please utilize the below resources to help you during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • The Troy Public Library is currently not accepting donations.  Please visit our Donation Information page to find local organizations that are currently taking book and media donations.
  • The League of Women Voters has published their voter guide for 2020 and they are being distributed around the state. Their website contains all of the information in the guide, and more:
  • Michigan Notable Books has recently produced a video series of “Author Conversations” featuring authors from the 2020 Michigan Notable Books list. Uncover the creative process for their works, learn about the authors’ backgrounds and hear readings from their Notable Book selections. Videos will be released on the Library of Michigan’s Facebook and Twitter accounts. The entire series will be available on YouTube and the Michigan Center for the Book Facebook page.
  • On June 12, the CDC updated their Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) information here with recommendations for 'Daily Life & Coping', 'Errands & Going Out', and 'Deciding to Go Out.'
  • Register to Vote! The City of Troy has resources for information on how to become a registered voter: City of Troy Election Information | City of Troy New Voting Information and the Michigan Secretary of State's Voter Information Center has online voter registration available.
  • Recently, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed an executive order that temporarily extends the expiration of driver's licenses, state IDs and vehicle registrations in Michigan. The extension goes through June 30, 2020. No late fees will be assessed by the Secretary of State’s Office. Those who can renew online at are encouraged to do so. You can read the full executive order here
  • The Library of Michigan has developed a set of federal and state resources regarding COVID-19 here.
  • If you are in need of assistance during COVID-19 such as food, health, mental health, domestic violence assistance, etc., check out this list of Community Resources.
  • City of Troy Recreation has a Community Resources page with resources for their community during this time.
  • Have you taken the 2020 Census? For more information about completing the 2020 Census and why your answers matter to our community please visit here.
  • The Troy, Grosse Pointe, and Sterling Heights Chambers of Commerce have developed lists of restaurant members in their cities providing takeout during COVID-19. Find links here ( Troy Chamber of Commerce | Sterling Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce | Grosse Pointe Chamber of Commerce )
  • The Suburban Library Cooperative's GoLibraryCard program has compiled businesses who are providing carry out service during COVID-19 on their website hereSLC has also gathered the below list of local venues offering online activities during COVID-19 for you and your family to take advantage of:

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