TOLEDO LUCAS COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY
7,800 SF Brimingham Branch | 19,000 SF Heathersdown Branch
13,000 Holland Branch | 17,000 Kent Branch | 22,000 King Road Branch
8,000 SF Lagrange Branch | 9,600 SF Locke Branch | 69,900 SF Maumee
27,600 SF Mott Branch | 18,700 SF Oregon Branch | 11,400 Point Place
19,700 SF Reynolds Corner Branch | 19,000 SF Sanger Branch
7,600 SF South Branch | 21,200 SF Sylvania Branch | 11,000 Toledo Heights Branch | 13,000 SF Washington Branch | 12,000 SF Waterville Branch | 19,700 SF West Toledo Branch
For over 180 years, the Library has built and maintained a collection of resources for customers to borrow, answered questions, provided places for meeting and study, and offered educational and informational programs. Today they proudly serve the City of Toledo and Lucas County with 20 convenient locations.
On an average day, over 8,700 people walk through their doors, including nearly 2,000 people at Main Library and 1,100 at Sanger Branch. There are over 25 scheduled events, including storytimes, computer classes, puppet shows, educational presentations, technology training, and STEM and maker activities, to name just a few. Over 20 drop-in activities are available, and a meeting room is in use at every location.
In addition, nearly 18,000 items are checked out daily, over 1,800 titles are downloaded daily, and all of their over 700 computers are used each day, many for the entire day. TLCPL also has four unique vehicles that travel throughout Lucas County delivering materials and specialized services.
Beyond these activities, there are many more initiatives, programs and opportunities the Library is proud to provide in partnership with other organizations across Toledo and Lucas County.