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Computers and Study Rooms now available!

Study Rooms and a limited number of Express Computer Stations are now open for reservations. We are open our regular hours with special hours for seniors and people at high risk Monday through Friday 9 to 10 a.m. Masks are required for all in Youth Services and during High-risk hours. Click here for details. Curbside Pickup is still available during all open hours. Click here for information about Curbside Pickup. 

Library Closing

We will be closed all day on Sunday, June 20 to recognize Father's Day. 

Meeting Room Use Guidelines

The Library's meeting rooms are not currently available to reserve due to COVID-19 restrictions. 

The Carol Stream Public Library allows local non-profit groups the use of the Community Room, in accordance with its Meeting Room Use Policy.  

Guidelines:

  1. ​The meeting rooms are designed primarily to meet the operational needs of the Library in accomplishing its service goals. More specifically, they are intended for the following purposes in order of priority:
    1. Programs sponsored or co-sponsored by the Library and relating to its collections and services.
    2. Library-related meetings, including the Friends of the Library.
    3. Meetings of the Village of Carol Stream and other agencies of local government.
    4. Meetings of Carol Stream not-for-profit community groups and organizations whose aims are for educational, cultural, or for civic purposes of Carol Stream residents. 
    5. Carol Stream businesses and professional groups.
    6. Other meetings which in the opinion of the Director are appropriate to the mission and facilities of the Library.
  2. The meeting rooms are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. However, Library functions and programs have first priority, and Library needs may preempt existing room reservations.
  3. The applicant must be eighteen (18) years of age and have a valid Carol Stream Public Library card. Applicant assumes responsibility, either individually or on behalf of the group, for use of the room and any financial obligations associated with that use.
  4. Use of the meeting rooms by outside groups does not constitute Library endorsement of viewpoints or beliefs expressed by those groups and/or their members. No advertisement or announcement implying such endorsement will be permitted.
  5. All meetings must be open to all citizens, regardless of age, sex, race, religion, national origin, or disability. All groups must comply with requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and be responsible for providing qualified interpreters or having auxiliary aids available upon request.

To Request at room, please contact the Library at 630-653-0755.