The Library building is open to the public with pre-pandemic hours.


Library building hours are:

Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays:   9:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Wednesdays and Fridays:               9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Saturdays:                                           9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.


During IL Phase 5, What Has Changed from the Limited Walk-In Services of Phase 4?:
  • Mask Requirements:
    Due to the CDC guidelines brought on by the surge of the Delta variant COVID cases, the library requires everyone in the library – vaccinated or not – to wear a face covering. Out of respect for our employees and other library patrons, especially those who are immuno-compromised or ineligible for vaccination due to medical condition or age, please wear a face mask in the library building. Mask Policy was updated to this on 8/3.
  • The library now has multiple tables/chairs available in the public areas.

  • There are now 3 public Internet stations available for use for one hour per day per person without a reservation.

  • Newspapers are available again for in-person reading.

  • The drinking fountain is available.

  • Starting June 22, we will go back to normal loan periods instead of checking out all items for 3 weeks.

During IL Phase 5, What Has Not Changed?

  • We continue to encourage social distancing to the extent possible, especially indoors, and encourage people to wash hands and/or use hand sanitizer frequently.

  • The meeting rooms are still not be available for groups to rent.

  • The Youth Department’s iPads and toys are still unavailable for use.

Thank you for working with us during these challenging times! 

 Additional Library Information:
  • Call us at 630-323-8188 to answer reference questions.

  • Check out our program calendar to see what fun and informative virtual programs we are offering.

  • Use the library digitally by downloading eBooks; listening to downloadable and streaming audiobooks; streaming movies and TV shows; streaming music; reading digital comics and magazines; and much more.

  • The book drop is open. Feel free to return library items. Returned items are no longer being quarantined before being checked in.

  • WE ARE NOT ACCEPTING BOOK DONATIONS AT THIS TIME.


The following are reliable sources of information about COVID-19 and helpful tools to help you stay informed:

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization

Illinois Department of Public Health

DuPage County Health Department

Information for Communities

Preventative Actions