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Dorothy Hull Library - Windsor Township

About the Library

  • About the Library

    The Dorothy Hull Library offers a variety of services and materials to the residents of Dimondale and Windsor Township and the surrounding community.

    What We Offer

    The library holds a variety of materials for all ages, including books in regular and large print, audiobooks, movies, and magazines.

    We offer eBooks, eAudiobooks and digital magazines, provided through Overdrive. We also have Hoopla, with access to digital books, audiobooks, movies, music, comics, and more!

    We loan out Eaton County Park passes, Potter Park Zoo passes, and Impression 5 passes. We loan out WiFi Hotspots for at home internet access.

    We participate in MeLCat, which gives our patrons access to materials from libraries throughout the state through interlibrary loan.

    Any physical materials can be delivered to elderly or homebound patrons for no charge (please contact the library to sign up for this service.)

    We have subscriptions to several databases for patron use, including Ancestry Library Edition,, Mango Languages, and Consumer Reports, as well as over 100 research and educational databases via MeL. Check our "eShelf & Research" page for more.

    We have a small collection of local history materials, including select Dimondale High School yearbooks and memorabilia, Windsor Township cemetery records, and digital copies of the Dimondale Newspaper.

    Other Services

    • Four computers are available for public use.
    • Fax Machine ($0.20 per page to receive, $1.00 per page to send) Staff must fax all materials and patron confidentiality and privacy will be maintained.
    • Printing and copying ($0.20 per page single sided, $0.40 per page double sided). Wireless printing is available (from your device to our printer using library wifi).
    • Scan to email (no charge)
    • Notary services are available during open hours. There is no charge for notary services.
    • Basic state and federal tax forms during tax season (February - April).
    • Test proctoring is available by advance appointment during open hours by contacting the library.
    • Librarians can make referrals to the Braille & Talking Book Library at patron request.
    • Discounts to area attractions and sporting events, provided by Woodlands Library Cooperative, and can be found here

    Current of Trustees 



    The Copyright Law of 1976 (United States Code, Title 17) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these specific conditions is that the photocopy or reproduction is not to be "used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship, or research." If a user makes a request for, or later uses, a photocopy or reproduction [including that made by electronic transmission of reserve material] for purposes in excess of "fair use," that user may be liable for copyright infringement.