About the Library
The library Board of Trustees is responsible for running the Hamburg Township Library. The Board has control over library policies, finances, and the future direction of the library. The Board meets at the Library the third Tuesday of every month with occasional special meetings.
The Hamburg Library Board meets at 7:00pm every 3rd Tuesday of the month in the library meeting rooms. The public is welcome to attend these meetings.
- Every resident of Hamburg Township should receive the library's newsletter. If you are a resident and do not receive one, please contact the library.
The Hamburg Township Library was founded in 1966. It first operated from a corner in the township office building. When the old lumber yard office building was purchased and moved onto land donated by the Les Belcher family, the library moved in.
In 1975, the Charles Davis wing was added through the efforts of the entire community. Local firemen donated their labor; individuals, businesses and area groups gave money, materials and most importantly, their support.
In 2000, the township residents supported the idea of a new facility. We now have a state-of-the-art library, while maintaining our traditional charm and personality.