The Allendale Township Library is located at 6175 Library Lane in Allendale, MI. The Allendale Library provides free services to all residents living within the Allendale and Tallmadge Townships as well as anyone within the Lakeland Library Cooperative boundaries. Library cards are free and give you access to millions of items locally as well as statewide.
The library holds over 35,000 materials including books, audiobooks, downloadable audiobooks, ebooks, DVDs, CDs, and magazines.
In total, over 187,000 items were checked out during 2010! In addition to these items, thousands of people entered the library to utilize print and electronic resources, access the Internet, enjoy Wi-Fi, participate in computer and Internet training, or attend one of the Library’s many events.
Our friendly and professional staff is eager to serve you. Welcome to your library!
The Allendale Township Library was founded in 1966 due to the efforts of the Lion's Club, Chamber of Commerce, and Allendale Township. It was first housed in a small room in the Allendale Township Hall and was overseen by Mrs. Don Stevens. The library has since been housed in offices at the State Farm Building at 6410 Lake Michigan Drive (1987-1999) and then at its present location at 6175 Library Lane (2000-present).