Colorful banner for Clyde Public Library's Summer Reading 2024 program. The banner reads 'Adventure Awaits!' in large, bold text. The banner features various jungle animals, including a toucan perched on a safari hat, a tiger, a parrot, a boar, a giraffe, and monkeys hanging from vines at the top. There are lush green plants and foliage framing the bottom of the banner.
Summer Reading 2024
Join the Clyde Public Library's Summer Reading 2024 with the theme "Adventure Awaits!" Whether you're an adult, teen, or kid, there's something for everyone. Enjoy exciting programs all summer long and have a chance to win fantastic prizes. Visit the library to sign up and start your reading adventure today!

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The Clyde Public Library Board of Trustees will make available any or all public records, defined in O.R.C. 149.43, detailing the organization, functions, policies, decisions, procedures, or operations of the library to person(s) requesting information of the library records custodian.

Revised by the Clyde Public Library Board of Trustees on September 10, 2007


Computers and Printers

The Library has eight computers devoted to unfiltered Internet access by patrons. To use one, you must have a signed Internet Usage Agreement consent form on file at the Reference Desk. If you are under 18, your parent or guardian must also sign the form in the Library at the Reference Desk.

The Library also has ten tablet computers available for patrons to use in the Library.


Notary Service Guidelines:

  • Schedule an appointment by calling the Library at 419-547-7174.
  • Please bring a valid, government-issued photo ID and unsigned documents to be notarized. The name printed on the ID must be an exact match for the signer's name. Documents must be signed in the presence of the notary to be valid (ORC Section 147).