About Renovo Library
Renovo Library opened its doors to the residents of the Renovo area in 1968 as a branch of the Annie Halenbake Ross Library. It has a collection of books in fiction and non-fiction available for loan for all ages. Requests can be made for audio books and music as well as DVD movie titles. If the library does not own a title of a book, an Interlibrary Loan can be requested.
Computers and Wi-Fi are available to access the Internet, search social media, or inquire about job resources.
Organizations and individuals can hold a meeting in the adult reading room for use in studying, tutoring and group meetings
Community grants from businesses like Dominion and Wayne Township’s John Hoy have provided the Renovo Library with a 3-D printer, projector and laptops and Lego robots.
The Clinton County Community Foundation has provided a number of operating grants and collection and equipment grants have provided resources in genealogy for the local residents and historians through the purchase of microfilm of the local Record and a microfilm reader-printer.
The Library has a Children’s Library with educational children’s computers full of reading, math, science and more activities for youth ages 1-12. LSTA grants have provided the Renovo Library with interactive blocks, games, and STEM materials for the youth of the area.
Special programming is offered for children through seasonal story hours for the young and summer reading programs in the summer.
- Handicap accessible restroom
- Handicap accessible entrance to all rooms
- Adjacent parking lot
- Free Wi-Fi