We have received most of the tax forms that we are scheduled to receive. We have the Federal 1040, 1040A and 1040EZ forms. Due to drastic IRS funding cuts, we will NOT be receiving any Federal instruction booklets.
We have all of the main State of Michigan forms and instruction booklets, including MI 1040, MI Homestead Property Tax Credit and MI Home Heating Credit forms. There is NO MI 1040EZ. There will NOT be any Michigan Reproducible forms. We do NOT have any City of Detroit forms.
Forms may be printed from the following websites:
Forms printed at the library are .20/page. Two-sided printing is not available at the library. If you need assistance printing forms, please visit the adult reference desk.
The IRS offers free efiling of Federal taxes at freefile.irs.gov/.
Ages 3-11. During the month of March, we want you to get fired up about reading! Come to the Library for a blank bookmark form (or make your own, 2 ½ by 7”), and design a bookmark with the theme of reading and books. Winners will be chosen for the following age groups: 3-5, 6-7 and 8-11. Entries due March 31, 5 pm
Help make the Library THE place for Teens! Share your ideas and input with Miss Kendra about teen books and movies, future activities, Summer Reading incentives, programs and prizes, and more.
Zinio, the world's largest newsstand, offers full color, interactive digital magazines for your enjoyment. Redford residents may browse from the library's collection of popular titles with no holds, no checkout periods, and no limit to the number of magazines you can download. Get started with the Zinio User's Guide
View the Magazine Title List
Our knowledgeable staff teaches free sessions on the following topics: Introduction to Computers, Get Started with E-Mail, Internet Basics, Introduction to Microsoft Word, Excel or Powerpoint, and Intermediate Windows Skills. New additions to our line-up are Intermediate Microsoft Word and Excel, as well as general drop-in computer help sessions. Class schedules are updated continuously.
MAP is an online program. Library users with a valid library card can print a pass, either from home or at the library, to one of more than 100 participating institutions. The list includes the Cranbrook Art Museum, the DIA, the Gilmore Car Museum, and the Michigan Science Center, to name a few.