Itasca Community Library

The Itasca Community Library has recently seen a transformative change to its interior space. A welcoming open entry has been created, inviting patrons to explore the many amenities the library  has to offer.

As a business in town, here’s why you would want to visit us:

  • Meeting rooms and study rooms of varying occupancy capacity
  • Public computers for use by residents and non-residents (free of charge)
  • Copier, scanner, and printer (nominal fee for printing)
  • Free WiFi with high speed internet access
  • Coffee and snack vending machines with refreshments while you meet, work, and study
  • A variety of newspapers and magazines for your reading pleasure
  • Access to online database resources (on-site without a library card)
  • Notary public services
  • Passport acceptance services (appointments preferred)
  • Access to downloadable e-resources (free to residents with a valid library card)
  • Tech help with knowledgeable professionals who can assist with your technology needs (appointments preferred)

Whether it be to conduct meetings or take a break from your work environment, visit the Itasca Community Library to experience a new and improved library.

In addition to all the amenities mentioned above, we offer programs on a variety of interests and topics for both adults and kids. If you have a special talent and would like to start a group with other like-minded individuals, contact the Adult Department at 630-773-1699 and speak to Carrie Straka. Currently we have Mah Jongg and English conversation groups that are self-run and meet at the library on a weekly basis. Visit for a complete list of all events.

Being a tax-funded institution, we are always appreciative of monetary donations to continue to improve the resources and services we offer our patrons. Many local businesses have made donations in varying amounts to help the library with equipment, furniture purchases, and the sponsorship of programs. In return, these businesses receive public recognition and a meaningful way to give back to the community where they conduct business.

Visit the Itasca Community Library to experience the meaningful work we are doing in building partnerships with local businesses and enhancing the quality of life for the community members of Itasca.