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About the Library



The Sterling Heights Library serves as an information center for our community, offering a wide variety of materials and services for education, entertainment, and enrichment in a welcoming and helpful environment.



  • To seek partnerships within the city and community organizations to promote awareness of library services and to explore opportunities for cooperative initiatives.
  • To provide library materials that meet the needs of our diverse community.
  • To improve access to the Internet and other electronic resources for information, lifelong learning, and leisure.
  • To provide an attractive, welcoming and functional library environment.
  • To promote and enhance skills in children through programs, outreach, and collections.
  • To support library staff as a key component in providing outstanding library service.


  • User satisfaction is important. It is realized through friendly, accurate, and timely service.
  • The Library will provide information, collections, and services which deliver the maximum value to residents within the framework of available financial resources.
  • Technology and networking will be evaluated and implemented to provide enhanced and cost-effective service.
  • Staff will be given the training, authority and autonomy to make effective decisions to ensure quality public service.
  • The library will support each individual's right to access information without bias or discrimination.

Library Policies

The Sterling Heights Public Library subscribes to the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, the American Library Association Code of Ethics, the Library Bill of Rights, and the American Library Association's Freedom to Read, Freedom to View, and Intellectual Freedom Statements and associated policies.


The Sterling Heights Public
Library's own policies include:










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Telephone Numbers
General Information
Hours Recording
Adult Services
Youth Services
Circulation Services
Technical Services
24-hour renewals
(Have your PIN # and
library card ready)

(586) 446-BOOK
(586) 446-BOOK
(586) 446-2642
(586) 446-2644
(586) 446-2665
(586) 446-2660
(586) 446-2640
(586) 446-2669
(586) 203-8725

Staff Directory

Administrative Services

Tammy Turgeon Director
Loa Stanislawski Management Assistant
Jason Groth Public Relations and Programs Coordinator

Public Services

Karen Stine Supervisor
Mary Newton Librarian
Debbie Vercellone Librarian
Bethany Boutin Part-Time Librarian
Brent Efing Part-Time Librarian
Brenda Gauvin Part-Time Librarian
Abby Gruber Part-Time Librarian
Carolyn Sherrill Part-Time Librarian
Barbara Van Havermaat

Part-Time Librarian

Jenn Willer

Part-Time Librarian

Michael Elgert Library Assistant
Brenda Ford Library Assistant

Circulation Services

Anne Schultz Supervisor
Gary Johnson Library Assistant
Karina Caravona Part-Time Library Clerk
Benedetta Derra Part-Time Library Clerk
Danette Gianino Part-Time Library Clerk
Cristina Iacopelli Part-Time Library Clerk
Kristi Montreuil Part-Time Library Clerk
Jessica Woodward Part-Time Library Clerk

Technical Services

Cathy Les Supervisor
Laurie Zachwieja Part-Time Librarian
Joe Vitale Library Assistant



Library Brochure

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