We are committed to providing relevant information, books, media, technology and programs for all ages in a safe and friendly environment through the service of well trained staff.
Partnering with you to ensure a safe, clean, pleasant and productive environment.
We hold Library Board meetings in compliance with the Illinois Open Meetings Act.
Learn about Library policy on borrowing from our large collection of materials, including electronic and downloadable resources.
Our bulletin board is available for flyers promoting educational, cultural, intellectual, charitable or civic events in Schaumburg Township. Advertisements and commercial announcements are prohibited.
The Library's capital assets are a major investment by taxpayers. Read how they are accounted for and reported.
When needed, members of the Library Board may meet electronically, but always complying with the Illinois Open Meetings Act.
The Library's policy on ethics, political activities and gifts.
The Library has instituted a temporary policy requiring masks or face-coverings in the interest of public health.
Learn how to request records available through FOIA.
Learn more about the Library's benchmarks for funds and efforts toward operational stability.
The Library welcomes monetary gifts, bequests, endowments and gifts of property or materials from individuals, groups, foundations or corporations.
The Library's interest income received in the Special Reserve and Working Cash Funds will be recorded in the General Fund on the financial statements.
We provide free access to the Internet, where critical judgment of information is key.
The Library's investment goal is to provide the highest return to taxpayers with maximum security.
Want to reserve a display area at the Library? Here are the rules you need to know.
We welcome patrons of all abilities, from all segments of our community.
Read our policy, guidelines and frequently asked questions for using meeting rooms.
We believe in protecting your privacy and confidentiality.
Read the Library's policy on buying goods, services, work or other improvements.
Disagree with an item included in the Library collection? We have procedures in place for reconsideration of a Library resource.
Learn how we choose resources meeting your educational, informational and recreational needs.
Learn how the Library's revenue is used for services you need.
Whenever Library property is broken, obsolete, beyond its useful life or no longer necessary/useful, we will sell or dispose of it according to state law.
Service animals are welcome in the Library.
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Read our policy and guidelines for using study rooms.
Parents or legal guardians are responsible for the behavior of their children in the Library.
A parent, guardian or caregiver 18 years of age or older must be responsible for monitoring the activities and managing the behavior of vulnerable adults during their Library visits.