Services

The Franklin-Springboro Library provides access to:

  • Books
  • Movies, Music, Audiobooks, Playaways, and Video Games
  • Digital Reference and Business Databases
  • Downloadable eBooks and Audiobooks
  • Computers
  • WiFi Access
  • Fax and Color Copier Services
  • Free Programs for Children, Teenagers, and Adults
  • Summer Reading Programs
  • Homebound Services
  • Field Trip Options for Schools, Daycare Centers, and Organizations
  • Presentations and Programming at Schools and Daycare Centers
  • Tax Aide Services
  • GED Classes
  • And Much More...

Donations

The Franklin-Springboro Public Library is not accepting donations of books, magazines, movies, music, or audiobook at this time. If you are interested in making a monetary donation or tribute gift, please contact the library.  Thank you for thinking of us.

Email Notification

If you would like to receive email notification of upcoming due dates, overdue items and items ready to be picked up, please let us know.

Homebound Services

Can't come to the Library? Let the Library come to you! If you are a resident of the Franklin, Carlisle or Springboro area, and are homebound, you qualify! All you need is a current Franklin-Springboro Public Library card to begin this service.

We will deliver materials to your door!  Simply tell us what you enjoy.

Call Melissa at 937-746-2665 for more information.

 

 

Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary loan is a free service offered to patrons who reside, own property, or own a business within the Franklin-Springboro Public Library service district.  It is used as a means of providing material not available in the Library’s collection where purchase of such material is not possible or is not deemed appropriate.  The Library will loan material, at no charge, to other libraries upon request when the loan will not interfere with public service.

Please allow extra time when requesting Interlibrary Loan materials since delivery schedules and availability may be limited.

Interlibrary Loan materials can sometimes be renewed.

Meeting Rooms & Application Forms

Does your group need a place to meet? The Library can provide meeting spaces for your non-profit group.

Please read and complete the Meeting Room Request Policy and Form. Return it to the library and a staff member will review it. 

To view documents in PDF format, download Adobe Reader.

Franklin Library Meeting Rooms

Read and complete the Meeting Room Request Policy and Form and return it to the Franklin Library to request a reservation for the Hankinson Meeting Room or Mary Novak Conference Room. The Franklin Library offers 4 study rooms that do not require reservation.  

Hankinson Meeting Room

The Hankinson Meeting Room is able to hold 50 people with chairs and 36 people with tables and chairs. There is a white board and a large monitor equipped for displaying content from laptops, personal devices, and other video equipment.  

Mary Novak Conference Room

The Mary Novak Conference Room is able to hold 12 people. There is a white board and large monitor for displaying content from laptops, personal devices, and other video equipment. 

Study Room

There are 4 study rooms that can hold up to 3 people in each room. They are available on a first come, first served basis. 

 

Springboro Library Meeting Rooms

Read and complete the Meeting Room Request Policy and Form and return it to the Springboro Library to request a reservation for the Springboro Community Room, Josephine Seller's Coference Room, or Andrew Garland Solarium.

Springboro Community Room

The Springboro Community Room is able to hold 40 people with chairs and 20 people with tables and chairs. There is a white board and a large monitor equipped for displaying content from laptops, personal devices, and other video equipment. 

Josephine Seller's Conference Room

The Josephine Seller's Conference Room is able to hold 10 people around 4 movable tables. There is a white board and large monitor equipped for displaying content from laptops, personal devices, and other video equipment. 

Andrew Garland Solarium

The Andrew Garland Solarium is able to seat 10 people with chairs and 6 people at tables.  

 

 

Wireless Printing at the Library

Wireless Printing Available Now!

You can print from a tablet, phone, or laptop using the following methods:

Method 1: Send as Email Attachment

Login to your email account and send/forward an email with the document to be printed as an attachment to one of the following:

Only the attachment will be printed. This will send your print job to the Self Service Station Kiosk, located at the Reference Desk at Franklin Library or at the Computer Area at the Springboro Library.

Method 2: Upload to Web Portal

1. Go to http://www.printeron.net/fspl/franklin or http://www.printeron.net/fspl/springboro

2. ​Select one of the four library printers to print to: 

3. Enter your email address.

4. Select document:

  • If printing from a website: copy and paste the website's URL into the text box.
  • If printing a document from your computer: click Browse and locate file.

5. Click the green print button, This will send your print job to the Self Service Station Kiosk, located at the Reference Desk at Franklin Library or at the Computer Area at the Springboro Library.

Method 3: Use the PrinterOn App

Android Instructions

Apple Instructions

Print at the Self Service Station Kiosk

1. Click Release a Print Job and enter your email address. 

2. Select the print job(s) you wish to print and click Print.

3. A window will pop up with the total cost of the print job(s). Black and white prints are $0.10 per page and color prints are $0.30 per page

4. Click on Pay From Vending Device. 

5. Add money to coin box located next to the Kiosk. 

6. The job(s) will print. 

Wireless print jobs are only available during operating hours and will be deleted at closing each day.