Dolton Public Library District

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Welcome to the Dolton Public Library District

Finance Committee Meeting
December 9, 2019 - View Agenda
Public Relations Committee Meeting
December 9, 2019 - View Agenda
Request for Proposal - Security Services
Request for Proposal - Cleaning Services
Library Trustee Position Information for Filings

We are working on a new website and some of the information on this current site may be outdated. For information on Library Programs, please call (708-849-2385)

Our building renovations have been completed and the library is now open. Check out the before and after video below to see the changes.

Automatic Renewals are here! Your materials will be automatically renewed for 2 weeks if there are not any holds on them.

Effective, Tuesday, November 1st, 2016 for Dolton Library Patrons, Adult Library Cards will be the only cards that can check out any type of audio/video library items.  Adults are considered 18 years of age and older and the adult must be the person conducting the checkout.

Audio/Video library materials include DVDs, Tapes, Records, Electronic Games, etc.  Also note that the limit is 4 (four) of these type of items that can be checked out in the SWAN Library Consortium at any one given time.  The SWAN Library Consortium are all the South Suburban Libraries.
Digital Magazines on Your device

accessThe Dolton Public Library is subject to the requirements of The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.  Anyone who plans to attend a program and needs special accommodations, or has a question regarding library accessibility, may phone the Business Office at (708) 849-2385 at least 7 working days prior to the event.

Disclaimer: If you need accommodations for a disability, phone the business office (708) 849-2385 at least 7 days prior to the event.


 The Dolton Public Library District is a member of
 Rails: Reaching Across Illinois Library System

The Dolton Public Library District may take photos, videos, and audio recordings at the library and during library events to use in its publicity materials and on its website and social media sites. The library reserves the right to document its services and the public’s use of the library building and grounds. These photographs, videos, and audio recordings may be copied, displayed, televised, and published (including on any library web site or social media site). Any individual that does not wish the library to use a photograph or video of them or their child should inform a library staff member prior to or while such photographs or videos are being taken.