Created by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago in 2002, Money Smart Week is a public awareness campaign designed to help consumers better manage their personal finances.
The library has free money management books to give away, along with free printed resources on budgeting, how to choose a credit card, how to avoid a scam, and much more. Stop in and make the decision to work on your financial goals!
Help us complete a 500-piece puzzle! Everyone is invited to take a turn. The puzzle table is located in the back of the library near the Adult Non-Fiction collection. Puzzles have been provided to the library through generous donations. We are accepting puzzle donations, but please make sure all of the pieces are in the box!
From March 20 to April 28, 2017, the Romulus Public Library will be partnering with the local Helping Hand Food Pantry to strike out hunger. Bring in non-perishable food items and receive $1.00 off your fines on Romulus Public Library items for each item you donate. All food items will be donated to Helping Hand Food Pantry. Food for Fines cannot be used on lost items or collection fees and we cannot accept items that are past the expiration date. Donations will be accepted for those without fines as well. Help alleviate hunger for our neighbors in need right here in Romulus.
In proud partnership with Helping Hand Food Pantry, Gleaners Community Food Bank and The Library Network.
The Library of Michigan has awarded the Romulus Public Library a certificate of completion for meeting the Essential Level requirements of the Quality Services Audit Checklist (QSAC).
To earn certification, the Library demonstrated its competence in seven categories of achievement including human resources; governance and administration; services; collection development; technology; facilities and equipment; and public relations/marketing.
Congratulations to the staff and library board for all of their hard work to earn this coveted certification!