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Freeport District Library

Welcome to the Freeport District Library

Our library is located in Freeport, Michigan. We are a member of the Lakeland Library Cooperative, the Michigan eLibrary, and our patrons have access to the Overdrive eAudiobook and ebook downloadables. If you have suggestions for books or movies, please contact the library or email us at

Due to the increasing number of COVID19 cases in Barry County, in person visits are limited to one household at a time in the library or we are glad to bring your checkouts to you at Curbside.  Please call us to schedule an appointment to come in or let us know you are at the library to pick up your checkouts. 

Facial Coverings are required inside the library, let us know if you have a medical condition that prohibits wearing one.

CALL the Library @ 616-765-5181 Hours:  Mon. 1-8pm, Wed. 9-5pm, Thurs. 1-8pm, Fri. 9-5pm & Sat. 9-11am


9-11:00 am

Limited # of Patrons Coming Inside the Library!!!

If you would like to have Curbside Pickup, we will be glad to do that.  

Before entering the library, you will need to do a COVID19 questionaire and put on a face covering.  We have free masks available at the Check In station as well as hand sanitizer.  Everyone is allowed 30 minutes to find their books, movies or use the public computers. 

Be aware that the bathrooms are closed to the public.  The Village of Freeport is not able to meet the Governor's Executive Order standards for public restrooms.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Notary Public Service

If you need a document notarized, the person signing has to be present with a valid, unexpired ID or Driver's License.  Call the library before coming in to confirm when the Notary will be working, 616-765-5181.  This is a FREE service.



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