The library building is open to patrons for 60-minute sessions, which can be used for browsing, computer and equipment use, holds pickup, curbside pickup,  library card applications and renewals, and/or account issues. Meeting rooms, study areas, and other seating areas are not currently available. 
  • Building occupancy is currently limited. Please wear a mask, stay socially distanced, follow directions from staff and our pandemic policy and procedures.
  • Our Wi-Fi is accessible outside the building. You'll find the strongest signal in the west parking lot.
  • Service status may change frequently or suddenly. Call 734-397-0999 or visit the website to plan your visit.

When you log in on the My Account page, you will be asked to enter a PIN. We've instituted PINs to help secure your account

Log in screen

Enter your library barcode, the 14-digit number on the back of your library card, in the first box, with no spaces.

Enter your PIN in the second box. Your default PIN is the 8-digit birthdate (mmddyyyy) associated with your account. For example, if your birthday is May 15, 1991, your PIN is 05151991.


Are you interested in getting the COVID-19 vaccine? See below for where and how to get vaccinated. Please share this information widely with family, friends, and neighbors, especially senior citizens. 

Not sure if you want to get the vaccine? See below for some trusted resources we've compiled to help you make an informed decision. 

This information is current as of 5/8/2021.

Getting the vaccine in Canton Township

  • Canton residents may visit any of the Wayne County Health Department's walk-in vaccine clinics. The two closest walk-in locations are:
    • Schoolcraft College VisTaTech Center 18600 Haggerty Rd., Livonia OPEN: Mon-Sat 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Wayne County Community College 9555 Haggerty Rd, Belleville OPEN: Mon-Sat 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • Canton residents who need help scheduling an appointment may call the Township Clerk's office at 734-394-5120 or the Township Supervisor's office at 734-394-5185 Monday - Friday 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

  • Canton residents who are homebound may call Canton Public Safety at 734-394-5400 and dispatch will take your information. You will then receive a call back, go through a brief screening to verify homebound status, and schedule an appointment for a home visit. On the day of your appointment, a Canton Fire paramedic will come to your home, administer the vaccine, and schedule a follow up appointment for the second dose. Please note: this option is only available to individuals physically unable to leave their homes. 
  • What to bring to your vaccine appointment

    • A photo ID and your Vaccination Record Card if you are receiving your second dose.

The month of May is Asian American and Pacific Heritage month. This month celebrates Asian American and Pacific Islanders' contributions to the history, culture, and achievements in the United States. Check out some of these newer titles in Youth, YA, and Adult materials featuring  Asian American and Pacific Islanders in their characters, authors, and illustrators. 

Youth Materials

Fatima's great outdoors by Ambreen Tariq

Excitedly joining her family for an outdoor camping trip in a Midwestern state park, Fatima Khazi helps set up a tent, build a fire, and fend off a daddy longlegs before settling down to sleep surrounded by the near-magical sounds of the forest

PIN Day is here!

A Personal Identification Number (PIN) has been added to your library account.

Right now, your PIN is your 8-digit birthdate. For example, if you were born on December 10, 1851 like Melville Dewey, your PIN would be 12101851.

We are currently in a transition period. PINs will be required for self-check out starting April 29, and will be added to online My Account and login processes as we move forward.

You are welcome to leave your PIN the way we set it, but once it is available online, we encourage you to log in to your library account and update it. Your PIN can be any number you choose, with a minimum length of 7 digits and a maximum length of 13.

In the future, if you forget your PIN you can always reset it online, or call 734-397-0999 and we can reset it back to your birthdate for you.

If you’re wondering why PINs, or want some PIN suggestions, check out this post.

Sunday on May 9 is when we hit the pause button on our busy lives and take a moment to appreciate our mothers and motherhood. Mothers have a profound value in our lives and in many ways have the most challenging, greatest and toughest job in the world. They give us an abundance of unconditional love, support and acceptance. Mothers are our tireless cheerleader for every milestone we experience. Check out these new books celebrating the joys and challenges of motherhood. 

Easy Mom's Day Craft for All Ages and Abilities

Plastic Spoon Flowers

The Canton Public Library recognizes the strength and resilience in the older adult. Your stories and contributions, successes and difficulties are invaluable in connecting our community. 

In celebration of Older Persons Month, CPL is creating a Senior Spotlight. Beginning April 22 we invite Canton residents age 65 and older to share their story with CPL by completing this submission from. Tell us about yourself or someone you know. Then, throughout the summer, Canton Public Library will celebrate these individuals with a special Spotlight Display at the library. 

A printable version of the form is available below and can be returned to the Check Out desk at the library. Once your submission is received, CPL staff will contact you to finalize details for your display. 

Questions about the Senior Spotlight can be directed to Laura Fawcett at



To obtain these forms and others, please come to the Information Desk inside the library or call 734-397-0999 to have them routed to the holds shelf or curbside delivery.
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Starting January 27th, 2021, we will have the following 2020 tax materials available at the Main Information Desk:

  • IRS 1040/1040-SR tax form booklets
  • IRS 1040/1040-SR instruction booklets
  • Michigan 1040 instruction booklets with forms
  • Michigan 1040 CR7 instruction booklets with forms

For additional tax materials, please speak with one of our librarians.

Click here for the IRS Forms, Instructions & Publications

Click here for more information on Michigan taxes (includes city income tax forms)