The diverse community of Trotwood/Madison Township is served by six full time and one part time Public Service staff members and five shelving Aides at the Trotwood Branch. Every patron, no matter the age, can find reading, listening and viewing materials to check out with the aid of staff trained in Children's, Teen, and Adult services.
A vital partner in the Trotwood community, the Branch is an active participant in many community events including National Night Out, the Trotwood Block Party, and Harvest Family Fun Walk. The Branch is a valued resource for many smaller organizations that utilize the resources of the Library to grow and develop. The Trotwood Branch is a proud member of the Trotwood Chamber of Commerce, Trotwood-Madison Historical Society and the Trotwood Rotary.
NOTE: The branch is one location in Trotwood where children can get free lunches during the summer, provided by Trotwood-Madison City Schools.
Site exploration for a new Trotwood Branch is still underway with the hopes of identifying the best location by the end of the year. Design work should begin in 2017. Patrons in later branches can rest assured that funds have been earmarked for each project to ensure all communities benefit from a 21st century library.