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Fruitport District Library

Information and Offerings

The Fruitport District Library is located in the Village of Fruitport, Michigan, and provides library services to individuals in the surrounding area.

What We Offer

Books: The library system holds approximately 15,000 books.

Magazines: FDL maintains a collection of approximately 30 different magazine titles (recent editions only).

Digital Items: the FDL maintains a small collection of DVDs, audio books, and video games.

*Materials may also be obtained through other libraries affiliated with the Lakeland Library Cooperative and MeL.

Free Wi-fi is available to FDL patrons.

Free access to computers is available to FDL patrons. Computers have Microsoft Office installed, as well as access to the internet and a printer (printing fees apply; see below). 

Book Club in a Bin: Each bin contains ten copies of a book, as well as supplementary materials, and may be checked out for 6 weeks. FDL currently has eleven Book club in a Bin sets.

2021 Tax Forms have arrived! 

  • Federal 1040 Forms and Instructions
  • Michigan 1040 Forms and Instructions
  • Michigan 1040CR-7 (Home Heating Credit Claim)
  • Online forms: 
    • Click here for Federal forms
    • Click here for Michigan forms

Other Services

  • Free online databases and subscription services for library patrons. These include Overdrive, RB DIgital, Michigan Activity Passes, and MelCat books and services.
  • Fax Machine ($0.25 per page to receive, $0.25 per page to send)
  • Copier ($0.10 per page single sided, $0.20 per page double sided)
  • Color Copies are $0.25 per page

Library staff will fax and copy all materials; patron confidentiality and privacy will be maintained. If a patron has multiple items and/or there are other patrons in the library needing assistance, non-library services take a lesser priority.


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.