School Year Hours Open to the Public:
MONDAY 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
TUESDAY 8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
WEDNESDAY 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
THURSDAY 8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
FRIDAY 8a.m. - 3 p.m.
If Ashley Schools are closed or delayed due to weather conditions, we are also closed or delayed.
TUESDAY 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
WEDNESDAY 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
THURSDAY 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Phone: 1(989)847-4000 EXT. 1007
ASHLEY DISTRICT LIBRARY BOARD 2022 MEETING SCHEDULE
Monday, April 18th, 2022 @ 6:00 p.m.
The public is welcome!
DISTRICT LIBRARY BOARD MEMBERS
President - Melissa Payne
Secretary - Jill Peck
Treasurer - Sherry Cook
Brenda Radabaugh- Trustee
Andrea Ackels - Trustee
Lynne Burlingame - Trustee
Kurt Densmore - Trustee
Dustin Crumbaugh - Trustee
Traci Gavenda - School Superintendant / Principal
Read E-books & listen to Audio books at:
(You need your card number. Ashley School students - your card number is the same as your lunch number. Your password is your last name in lower case letters.
Read magazines at:
Create an account using: ashl plus your card number.
Inter-Loan books from other libraries at: mel.org
(Add a P before your Card #.)
For more information please e-mail
OUR LIBRARY OFFERS INTER-NET ACCESS, WI-FI, FAX SEVICE, COPY MACHINE SERVICE, 3 WEEK BOOK CHECK-OUTS, NO OVERDUE FINES, INTER-LIBRARY LOANS, E-BOOKS & E-MAGAZINES. CALL 989-847-4000 EXT. 1007 FOR MORE INFO.
We also provide the ancestry.com website to research your Family Geneology.
It is the intent of the Ashley District Library to perform public business in an open and public manner as required by Michigan's Freedom of Information, Act 442 of 1976, and as amended. This policy prescribes the libraries' procedures for responding to written public records requests made pursuant to FOIA.
This policy applies to the library whenever a written request for public records is made under Michigan's FOIA law. This policy does not apply to any records exempt from disclosure such as, but not limited to:
- Specific personal information about an individual if the release would constitute a clearly unwarranted invasion of that individual's privacy.
- Records that may be exempted from disclosure by another statute (Note: statutes which expressly prohibit public disclosure of records generally supersede the FOIA. )
- Information subject to attorney / client privilege
- Pending public bids to enter into contracts
- Records that would disclose the social security number of an individual
Public Records shall be open to inspection and copying during the libraries' regular business hours by the custodian of the requested public records. Reasonable access to and reasonable facilities for copying of these records shall be provided. The library shall provide reasonable assistance in identifying and locating public records in accordance with this policy.
B. Form of FOIA Requests
All FOIA requests shall be made in writing.
All FOIA requests shall adequately describe the records sought in sufficient detail to enable the library to locate such records with reasonable effort. The requesting party shall be as specific as possible when requesting records. The requesting party must also include their complete name , address, and valid contact information of the person's agent who is an individual. An address must be in compliance with the United States Postal Service addressing standards. To assist in locating the requested records, the library may request that the requesting party provide additional information known to the requesting party, such as the types of records, dates, parties to correspondence, and subject matter of the requested records. A FOIA request will be answered within 5 business days after receiving it. If needed, the library will notify the requester in writing and extend the time for an additional 10 business days.
Fees: Fees may be charged as permitted by law.
10 cents / page, electronic or paper
$10.00 / hour rate for searching for information
Postage as needed
The library can request a deposit of up to 1/2 of the projected cost. If the deposit has not been received within 45 days of deposit notice, and no appeal has been received, the request shall be considered abandoned. The deposit letter is considered received three days after it is sent, regardless of the means of transmission. The deposit letter must include notice of the date by which the deposit must be received, which date is 48 days after the date the deposit letter is sent.
C. Submit requests to:
Ashley District Library
104 N. New St.
Ashley, MI. 48806
Phone (989) 847-4000, Ext. 1007
Fax (989) 847-5000