Library News

  • 2024 Illinois license plate stickers now available at the library

    A new year of license plate renewal stickers has arrived at the Arlington Heights Memorial Library! Illinois residents can now renew and purchase 2024 license plate stickers at the Checkout Desk located on the first floor of the library. The 2023 stickers are also still available for renewal and purchase and will be provided through March 31, 2023. This service is available seven days a week from 9 a.m. (noon on Sundays) until 30 minutes before closing at the library's Checkout Desk. You will need to bring: 

    •  Your Illinois Vehicle Registration Renewal Notice, current registration card or Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) 
    •  Your current driver's

  • Library honors veterans with programs and a special library card

    November 11 is Veterans Day, a time to honor veterans and thank them for their service. In this same spirit on every day throughout the year, the Arlington Heights Memorial Library is pleased to offer a special library card for current and former members of the United States Armed Forces. In addition to offering the same benefits as standard resident library cards, this card also allows the cardholder to print up to the cost equivalent of 100 black and white letter pages per week at no charge. The card is distinct in its patriotic design and any active-duty military or veteran resident of Arlington Heights is eligible. Learn more

  • Board of Library Trustees appoints Jennifer Borrell to Board   

    Jennifer Borrell has been selected by the Arlington Heights Memorial Library Board of Trustees to replace longtime board member Debbie Smart, who stepped down in September.  

    A senior taxonomist at Etsy, Borrell has served on the board of the Friends of the Arlington Heights Memorial Library since 2018. Her volunteer experience also includes work with St. John United Church of Christ, Windsor Elementary School PTA, RefugeeOne, the Arlington Heights youth commission and the League of Women Voters. Her master's degree in library science is from the University of Wisconsin Madison. She moved to Arlington Heights in 2009.  




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