The Kent District Library circulates a wide variety of materials, from books and movies to popular music CDs and video games — with no rental fees! Read below for additional information regarding our policies.
There are numerous free options available for taxpayers to obtain tax products, tax preparation and assistance in filing their tax returns:
BookMyne is your one-stop spot for all your library needs! Search for your next favorite, renew items, put materials on hold, check your fines, manage your account and view booklists for suggestions — all with one free app.
What's a Seed Library?
A seed library is a self-perpetuating collection of heirloom seeds.
Our Book Club in a Bag program allows book groups to check out a kit of everything they’ll need for their book discussion. Each canvas bag contains 12 copies of a book and a printed list of discussion questions. Kits check out for six weeks and are reservable in advance. They may be picked up and returned at any KDL branch.
Kent District Library offers several Free Libraries throughout our service area. These mini-libraries typically house around 40 books each, including youth, teen and adult fiction and nonfiction materials. People are encouraged to take a book and leave a book.
BikeKDL refers to our commitment to cycling as recreation and transportation. Our bike-related services include our KDL Cruisers free bicycle rentals, our Bicycle Friendly Business℠ designation and our bicycle-oriented programming.
Kent District Library is pleased to be able to offer conference and meeting rooms to the public. The KDL Service and Meeting Center is located at 814 West River Center Dr. NE, Comstock Park, MI 49321.
If you have questions, please contact Missy Lancaster at 616-647-4141 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.