Jennifer Spillman has been serving patrons at the Dayton Metro Library since 2012. Her focus is on unifying the community; knowing and understanding patron needs and guiding the provision of relevant information services to encourage exploration, creation, and collaboration. She endeavors to help people believe in themselves, achieve their dreams, and to attain success in life. When not at work she loves gardening, traveling with her robust family of 5 children, and is learning to play the banjo.
The Main Library has over 50 full time staff members and dozens of library aides. Main Library staff specialize in business resources, non-profit resources, genealogy, computer training, local history, and audio-visual materials. The Main Library offers dozens of programs each month for adults, teens, and youth.
The Library is an active partner in the growth and development of the region. Working closely with the Downtown Dayton Partnership, Downtown Dayton Priority Board, Five Rivers Metro Parks, Learn to Earn Dayton, ReadySetSOAR, SCORE, The Job Center, Welcome Dayton, Project Read, Montgomery County Public Health Department, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Montgomery County Genealogy Society, and The Dayton Foundation, the Library offers programming, resources, and partnership for all ages and every stage of education, empowerment, and engagement.
Main Construction of the new Main Library is underway. The state-of-the-art facility will provide more than four times the public space with amenities sure to make it a regional destination. During the transformation, library services are being provided out of a Temporary Downtown Branch at 120 S. Patterson Boulevard. The grand opening is expected to be occur in the spring of 2017. Learn more