(Summer Saturdays 9-3)
(September - May)
Mon & Wed 12-8
Birchard Public Library and
its branches are voter registration locations.
The applications are available at every library
Circulation Desk. These forms can be filled
out at the blibrary or at home. No identification
is required to register, however, to vote
an individual must be a resident of Ohio
for at least 30 days, and registered to vote
at least 30 days before the election. Through the site MyOhioVote.com, you can register online, change your address, find a polling location and more.
SANDUSKY COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS
2020 Countryside Dr.
Fremont, OH 43420
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
(Monday thru Friday)
Telephone: (419) 334-6180
Fax: (419) 334-6184
Web site link
Map of 2020 Countryside Dr Fremont, OH 43420-9574, US
Golden Buckeye Card applications are available
at the Circulation Desk. In order to complete
the application, patrons must provide the
staff with identification to verify age of
60 or older, or documentation of a disability.
Patron will receive the top portion of the
application to use as a temporary card until
the permanent card is sent.
Adult Literacy Services
1220 Cedar St., Suite B
Fremont, OH 43420
Phone:419-334-6901, Ext. 4701
Since 1986, Birchard Public
Library has worked with other public libraries
and Vanguard-Sentinel Adult Career Center
to offer Project READ, which provides adults
in Sandusky, Seneca and Ottawa counties with free
reading tutoring and help
with English for speakers of other languages.
Any resident age 18 or older may participate,
either as a student or a tutor.
- Students – Students meet with Project READ staff to complete a reading assessment. If the student reads below a 5th grade level, he or she is paired with a trained volunteer tutor who meets with them once or twice a week. Students learn to read, write, and spell using materials designed for adult learners.
All potential students and tutors should call 419-334-6901, Ext. 4701 for more information.
(In Sandusky County, Project READ is partially funded by The United Way.)
Reading Lab Option
Because interested students may have to wait until an appropriate tutor becomes available, Project READ offers a free computer-assisted reading lab at some locations. No computer experience is necessary. Please call the Project READ office for more information.