Visit the Library

What will I find when I visit the Library?

You will find a spot to spend a quiet afternoon or attend a class or event. You also can use Library computers, hold meetings, get help, and borrow books, movies and music.

How can I find a Library location near my home or office?

The Nichols Library is located in the heart of downtown. The Naper Boulevard Library is located in the southeast side of Naperville. The 95th Street Library is located at the southwest side of the city.

Are all locations open every day?

Yes, all locations are open seven days a week, except for major holidays. See a list of Library Hours & Locations and Holiday Closures.

Can I use the Library's computers?

Computers with Internet access are available for public use at all Library locations. You do not need a library card to use a computer. Unsecured wireless Internet access is also available. See Using Computer and Equipment.

Can my group rent a meeting room at the Library?

Meeting rooms are available at many Library locations. Learn more about Meeting Room Rental.

Does the Library have rooms available for quiet study or group study?

Quiet rooms are available at the Nichols and 95th Street Libraries for individual patrons needing a quiet place to work or study. Group study rooms are generally available to groups of two or more individuals. Group study rooms are available on a first come, first served basis. Sign-in for group study room use may be required. There is a one-hour per day time limit on the use of group study rooms when others are waiting for a room. Learn more about Small Study Rooms.