Residents of La Grange Park who wish to apply for a library card should visit the Circulation Desk at the library with proof of residency or property ownership. Parents or guardians must sign a statement of responsibility for children under 18 years of age, and are responsible for materials checked out on their children’s cards. Residents and teachers in District 102 can now apply for a library card remotely by using this form. For more information, view the Library Card and Loan Policy.
Computers with internet access and Microsoft Office are available for in-library use. Print from our devices or yours. For details, view the Computer Policy.
Photocopiers are available and cost $.10/page for BW and $.50/page for color. La Grange Park cardholders can get up to $2.50 of free prints or copies per day.
Use our digitization station to transfer your personal VHS tapes, audio cassettes, vinyl records, and slides and film negatives to DVD or computer file.
La Grange Park residents may check out our WiFi hotspots for 2 weeks. They can connect up to 10 devices to high speed internet.
See our amazing collection of technology, kitchen, and recreational items you can check out with your library card here!
Click here to check out discounts for numerous museums and cultural attractions, including the Chicago Children’s Museum and the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum.
Reserve one of three rooms online or give us a call at 708-352-0100. For more information, view the Meeting Room Policy. Please note, not all meeting rooms are available.
La Grange Park residents confined to their homes may be eligible to receive delivery of library materials every other Saturday through Interfaith Community Partners. Call our Circulation Department at 708-352-0100 to arrange for delivery.
Cardholders may visit the library to check out passes that will allow free or discounted admission to seventeen area museums and cultural centers. For more information, visit the Museum Adventure website.
The library provides notary services for the community. Please call 708-352-0100 to ensure a notary will be available.
Are you eligible to vote in the next election? Get registered to vote during regular library hours.
The Library of Congress via the Illinois State Library provides audio and braille books via mail to residents unable to read standard print materials. Contact us for more information or to certify an application.
Our Music, Conference, and Community rooms are available for up to two hours a day. Book your time here.