Update your email address here. The email address you submit will only be used for library business such as hold notification, overdue notices, etc. All information in your record is kept confidential. Please add Fox.River.Valley.Public.Library.District@luna.ccs.nsls.lib.il.us to your email address book to assist delivery of notifications.
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To update your address, visit either FRVPLD location, or call the library. You'll need to show proper identification with your updated information when updating your address in person or on your next visit if updating your address by phone.
Yes, library cards must be updated every three years, including those for children (under 15). Children must be present at the time of renewal. Any balances on the card must be paid off before it can be renewed. You may ask for your library card's expiration date at either FRVPLD location. If we have your email address, you'll receive an email letting you know when your expiration date is approaching.
Yes, resident library cards must be updated every three years. You may ask for your library card's expiration date at either FRVPLD location. If we have your email address, you'll receive an email letting you know when your expiration date is approaching. Non-resident cards expire annually.
To update/renew your card:
If you lose your library card or key chain with a fob card, please call the library as soon as possible. You're responsible for all materials, fines, and fees checked out on your library card until its loss is reported.
Replacement cards are $1. Please visit either FRVPLD location to fill out a new library card application. You'll need to show proper identification as defined above.
You may still use library services if you do not have fines/fees exceeding $10 on your account. You'll need to show your current, valid driver's license or state ID to allow staff to access your account.
A parent or guardian listed on a child's library card may still use library services for the child after showing a current, valid driver's license or state ID to allow staff to access the child's account.
At some area libraries you can use your FRVPLD library card in good standing at that library. For example, if you are using Evanston Public Library, your library card automatically works without extra registration. Some of these libraries may have restrictions on what you can use as a non-resident; contact any library you'd like to use for details on their policies.
At some area libraries you can use your current library card in good standing from that library at FRVPLD. For example, if your library is Evanston Public Library, your library card automatically works without extra registration at FRVPLD.
Property owners/business owners can get a non-resident library card for one year if they show they own property (or a business) in the library district.