Get answers to your questions, tell us what you think
Submit your questions anytime. Virtual support hours are Mondays-Thursdays, 9 am-9 pm; Fridays, 9 am-6 pm; Saturdays, 9 am-5 pm; and Sundays, 12-5 pm. We strive to respond to you within 24 hours.
- Press 0 to speak to a supervisor during open building hours.
- Press 1 for computer reservations, technical assistance, adult non-fiction, and reference questions.
- Press 2 for questions about adult and teen fiction, music, movies, and reader’s advisory.
- Press 3 for children’s services.
- Press 4 for current building hours.
- Press 8 to leave a voicemail.
Want to change your Personal Identification Number (PIN)?
Usually the last four digits of an account’s primary phone number, you may change your PIN after you log into your account. Here’s how:
- In the “My Account” sidebar, click “Reset PIN.”
- Enter your old PIN (usually the last four digits of your primary phone number).
- Enter your desired new PIN.
- Confirm your new PIN by entering it again.
- Click “Update.”
Your new PIN should now be saved. PINs can also be reset by clicking Reset My PIN from the catalog login screen. Please note: to protect patron privacy, library staff can remotely reset a PIN (so you can change it) but cannot share a PIN over the phone or via email.
Can’t find an item in the catalog?
Have questions about ebooks, digital audiobooks, streaming movies or music?
Ask us here; scroll up and use the box at the top of this online form. You can also review these tutorials and helpful tips by tool.
FOIA requests, staff
- Freedom of Information Officer and Director of Operations Jeremy Andrykowski, email@example.com, 708.697.6918
- Meet more library staff »
- Get in touch with all board members by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Learn more about the Board of Library Trustees »
News media contacts
Linking to external websites from this web site and library social media channels
The library’s mission is to provide the information, services, and opportunities that fulfill Oak Park’s aspirations. Linking to external websites does not imply endorsement by library staff or the Library Board of Trustees of any product, service, activity, event, or viewpoint.
More about social media
Let’s connect via Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. All of the library’s social media channels are intended to help users engage with the Oak Park Public Library community. We encourage everyone to share thoughts and ideas. We reserve the right to remove individual posts and posters who include:
- Spam, including endorsements or requests for financial support
- Off‐topic comments
- Personal attacks
Photos & videos
The library has a photography and video policy as well as this language posted in all meeting spaces and on promotional materials: “Library visitors are often photographed and/or recorded for promotional purposes. Please let us know if you prefer not to be photographed or recorded.”
Oak Park government agencies, calendars & Burbio.com
The library is one of six government agencies serving Oak Park. For news and events from the other five agencies, click the links below. You also can choose to sign up for Burbio.com, a free website and mobile app that puts all Oak Park events onto one online calendar. With Burbio, you can create a personalized event feed and sync events to your iOS or Google calendars. You also can choose to receive notifications if events change. Sign up at Burbio.com or download the free iOS or Android app and follow the calendars of the Oak Park organizations that most interest you. If you are involved in a group or organization and want to add your events on Burbio, contact email@example.com.
- Oak Park and River Forest High School: see the calendar and sign up for emails
- Oak Park Elementary School District 97: see the calendar and sign up for emails
- Oak Park Township: see the calendar and read news and events
- Park District of Oak Park: see the calendar and sign up for emails
- Village of Oak Park: see the calendar and sign up for emails