Dorothy Hull Library - Windsor Charter Township

Welcome to the Dorothy Hull Library

The Dorothy Hull Library has served the residents of Windsor Township since 1951 and continues to offer a variety of library services in both print and electronic formats.

The library offers books in electronic, audio, large print and standard formats and includes areas for teens, children and local history. In addition, the Library subscribes to magazines and databases to serve a variety of interests. The Library also offers computers for public uses as well as printing, fax, scanning, notary and test proctoring services. Come check us out!

We are an independent township library established under Public Act 164 of 1877, serving Windsor Charter Township and the village of Dimondale.

Board of Trustees 2019


Board of Trustees Vacancy:

The Board of Trustees of the Dorothy Hull Library -- Windsor Charter Township is seeking individuals interested in filling the remainder of a term on the Library's Board. One individual will be appointed as soon as possible to fill a non-paid, non-partisan Library Trustee serving until the end of 2020. This appointee may, if they so choose, run as an incumbent for either a 2- or 4-year term in the General Election in November of 2020.

Library trustees oversee the operation of the library. They set by-laws, policies, rules and regulations of the library and appoint and evaluate the director. Library trustees set the annual budget and control expenditures. They act in the public interest in providing the best possible library services to the community.

Interested individuals must be residents of Windsor Township and should address a letter of interest to President Richard Robbins at the library, 405 W. Jefferson, Dimondale, MI 48821 or by email at

For more information, contact the Library or any member of the Board. A review of applications will begin June 11 and continue until the position is filled.

Community Survey!

The Dorothy Hull Library has been working hard to better serve our community. To help us in planning library services for now and in the future, we invite you take a few minutes to complete our survey found here: