We’re excited to announce the launch of Curbside Pick-Up, available now at all three of our Library locations! We know you’re eager to get new Library materials into your hands and we’re glad we can offer a way to safely help you. Just follow this simple 3-step process to use Curbside Pick-Up.
Due to the economic impact of COVID-19, our Board of Trustees approved a $1.5 million abatement on property taxes at a special board meeting held May 29, 2020.
Summer learning loss is real - but it's not all bad news.
Are you having trouble deciding on what book to read next? Looking for new movie or music recommendations? Need help finding books for a school project? We're trained for this! We'd love to help.
In response to Governor Pritzker’s Restore Illinois initiative, we’re excited to announce our plan to phase in contact-less services, beginning in June.
We are officially fine free!
We’ve put together some FAQs to give you all the details of what it means to be a part of a fine free library.
We're excited to temporarily extend our digital resources to students and their families who attend Schaumburg Community Consolidated School District 54 and Township High School District 211, even if you don't live within our service area. This extension of digital services will be available to these students and families until September 1, 2020.
We've opened up access to even more of your favorite films and TV shows. Schaumburg Library cardholders now have access to AcornTV and Qello!
With AcornTV, you can stream the best British mysteries, dramas and comedies to your device using RBdigital. Qello has full-length concert films and music documentaries.
We know that learning looks different right now, with face-to-face meetings happening over screens. It's not what we're used to, but it doesn't mean we have to stop learning altogether. In addition to the great resources we have available to Schaumburg Library cardholders like Mango and Pronunciator, we'd like to mention some of our favorite free sites for language learning.
On the evening of Thursday, March 19, we learned that a member of our community was in our Central Library building on Thursday, March 12 tested positive for COVID-19.
In line with guidance from public health officials, this individual is self-isolating at home and is feeling fine at this time. Please join us in wishing them a safe and speedy recovery.
Please find answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about our services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
After much thoughtful consideration of the guidance and guidelines provided by the CDC and Illinois Department of Health, we are taking preventative actions to do our part to help minimize the spread of COVID-19.
These changes to our services are a precautionary measure and are not due to any known exposure to COVID-19 at our Library.
We encourage you to do your part to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. If you’re not feeling well, please stay home and seek medical attention as appropriate. Practice good hygiene and hand washing. These healthy habits really do make a difference when it comes to preventing the spread of illness.
Looking for ways to ride out COVID-19 with your kids? We have lots of great online resources available at the Library, and we’ve also compiled a list of websites geared towards kids that will help keep your kids learning.
We’ve compiled a list of free resources to help keep your brain occupied while you’re spending extra time at home. Be well!