Photocopiers and Other Equipment
Photocopiers which accept coins and dollar bills are available on both floors of the Library. Copies are 10 cents per page.
Outbound fax service is available for public use at $0.50 per page. Please see the Information Desk for assistance. Inbound fax is not available.
The Mary Alice Ohrman Program and Meeting Room may be reserved for use by local non-profit organizations. Maximum capacity of the Ohrman Room is 50 persons. For more information, call Library Administration at 834-1164 or email email@example.com.
Two study rooms are located on the Library’s first floor. Reservations may be placed by contacting the Check Out Desk in person or by telephone (834-1164).
Use of a Study Room is limited to two hours per day, although that time may be extended when no one is waiting for a room. A maximum of two people may use a Study Room at a time, only covered beverages may be consumed in the rooms. A Villa Park Library card is required.
Cabinets are located in both the Adult Services and Youth Services departments and are available for special exhibits from community organizations and individuals. Exhibits are generally displayed for one month. Each exhibitor will be asked to sign a form waiving the Library of all responsibility for any materials put on display.
Contact the Adult Services Information Desk (834-1164) or Youth Services Information Desk (834-1176) or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Accommodations for Persons with Disabilities
The Library building is accessible by ramp and automatic door, with an interior elevator to the Youth Services Department and the Ohrman Program and Meeting Room on the second floor. Library staff members are available to retrieve books from shelves which a patron cannot reach and to assist patrons who are physically unable to use the Library’s computers.
Computer service for the visually impaired is facilitated through ZoomText, installed on one computer featuring both Microsoft Office and access to the Internet. ZoomText functions both as a screen reader and a screen magnifier. ZoomText was donated to the Library by the Villa Park Lions Club.
The Library’s collections include a number of popular books printed in large type or in audiobook format. The Library also provides persons with temporary or permanent visual, physical, or reading disabilities with referrals to the Voices of Vision Talking Book Center, a program for free library services sponsored by the Library of Congress and funded by the Illinois State Library.
Participants in a Library sponsored program who require a sign language interpreter may make arrangements by contacting the Library Administration Office (834-1164, email@example.com) at least 48 hours (two full business days) in advance of the program.
The telephone number for contacting the Library via TTY is (630) 834-1165.