Home Delivery Service is available to residents of the Fountaindale Public Library District who are unable to visit the library or Bookmobile. Those who use this service can request library materials to be mailed or delivered directly to their home. Deliveries are scheduled depending on staff availability and your preference. Materials have a four-week loan period, and because we are fine free, no late fees apply. Replacement costs for lost or damaged are the responsibility of the home delivery patron.
Is There a Charge for Home Delivery Service?
There is no charge for Home Delivery Service.
Who is Eligible for Home Delivery Service?
Fountaindale Public Library District residents of all ages are eligible for Home Delivery Service if they are confined to their residences either temporarily due to illness or accident or permanently due to illness, disability or other mobility issues.
What Materials Can I Receive through Home Delivery Service?
- Large Print Books
- Music CDs
How Do I Get Started?
To apply for Home Delivery Service, you must have a library card in good standing. If you do not have a library card, the staff member making the first contact will require you to fill out a library card application and issue you the library card during the first delivery.
You may apply to receive Home Delivery Service by submitting an application or by calling Outreach Services at 630.685.4230.
Patrons who qualify for Home Delivery Service, may request materials via:
- Phone: 630.685.4230
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Online: Place your own holds through our catalog
- Mail: You’ll receive mailing bags with your materials. When materials are due, simply attach postage and mail the bag back to us or drop it off at the library or Bookmobile
Upon request, Outreach staff can also provide help with selecting materials and locating information on a specific topic.
If you have any questions, please call Outreach Services at 630.685.4230 or email email@example.com.