Welcome to Taylor Community Library!

Freegal Button

Freegal® is a free music service from your library. All you need is your library card number and a PIN. There is no software to download, and no digital rights management (DRM) restrictions.

Library of Congress BARD login page
Braille & Audio Reading Download is available to US citizens who can't read standard print due to visual or physical disability. See Braille & Talking Books for info.
Borrow eBooks and Audiobooks
Ancestry Library Edition: Now available in Computer Lab and Laptop Lounge
Ancestry Library Edition is available for in-library use only. 
I am in the Taylor Community Library and want to use Ancestry Library Edition.

Tax Forms

IRS (federal) tax forms and State of Michigan forms are available near the computer lab through mid-April. Please ask at front desk for Detroit forms.

Downloadable tax forms are available year-round at IRS.govMichigan.gov, and City of Detroit forms.

The IRS also offers Free File software.

summer reading program performer teaches children to drum
Button Quick Links
To use resources found in Quick Links, you need a library card and PIN. Library cards and PINs are issued free-of-charge to Taylor residents, but must be obtained in person, with current Michigan ID card, at Taylor Community Library.
mom and two children bang a drum during summer reading program
  1. About Us

    The Mission of the Taylor Community Library is to provide courteous and professional informational, cultural, and educational resources to all in our service population, to help meet the challenges of life today and to assist in preparing for the future.

  2. Braille & Talking Books

    Taylor Community Library serves people with print impairments who live in Wayne County. Learn about what services are offered.

  3. Apps for iOS & Google Play

    Find links to Zinio for Libraries, Odilo, Pronunciator, Overdrive, and to the respective apps on the iTunes App Store and Google Play Store.

  4. Kids, Teens, & Parents

    Find out how Taylor Community Library supports children's journey from infancy to young adulthood. Ongoing programs and local community information can be found on this page.

  5. Research & Tutorials

    Use library tools and resources to discover new books and materials or do research online.

  6. Classroom or Group Visit

    Please fill out this form to request a classroom or group visit to the library.

  7. Ask a Librarian

    Have a question about a book or service at Taylor Community Library? Ask a librarian, and receive an answer within two business days. Please note any genealogy should be directed to Downriver Genealogy Society at http://downrivergenealogy.org/

  8. Comments or Suggestions

    Have a comment or suggestion for Taylor Community Library. Please let us know and receive a response from management within two business days. Please note any genealogy comments should be directed to Downriver Genealogy Society at http://downrivergenealogy.org/

  9. Request a Speaker

    If you would like library staff to travel to your location to speak about library services, please fill out this form.