COVID-19 Closure Information
Please check our FAQ: COVID-19 Library Closure for commonly asked questions. If you need further help, please email us at email@example.com or text us via Ask a Librarian.
Digital Library Services - Access From Home
Digital library materials like eBooks, eAudiobooks, music, movies, and databases are available 24/7 through our website. Check our Home Access flyer and Remote Access update for more information, or go directly to our eBooks & Downloads page or Databases page.
April 7, 2020
Extended Due Dates, Book Drop Closed
All due dates have been extended to June 3, 2020, plus we are fines free. Please don't return any items you have checked out and continue to enjoy them until we are able to accept returns again. Our book drop is currently closed, so everyone should keep their materials at home until we reopen.
March 31, 2020
Stay-at-Home Order Extended
In accordance with the March 31st extension of Governor Pritzker's Stay-at-Home order, we will be closed at least through Thursday, April 30. All in-person library programs are canceled at least through that date. Please keep up with us by checking our website and Facebook page for updates and remote access information.
Online Card Registration
March 15, 2020
As of Sunday, March 15th, the Library will close to the public until further notice, in order to facilitate social distancing measures during the COVID-19 pandemic. We will be closed at least through April 5.
We anticipate this closure may last through April 5th, in conjunction with local school closures - including Lark Park High School.
Primary Election 2020
The Library will be a polling location on Tuesday, March 17th for the Illinois Primary Election, but no library services will be available.
It is important that all members of our community continue to be diligent about washing hands with soap and water and practice good respiratory etiquette. Though no cases have yet to be reported in Bloomingdale, senior citizens and those with underlying health conditions are being advised to avoid visiting public spaces in order to prevent contracting COVID-19.
Where to Get the Facts
Call Illinois’ COVID-19 Hotline at (800) 889-3931 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get updates from the DuPage County Health Department, Illinois Department of Public Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO).