The library offers self-service faxing for $1.00 per page, domestic or international, through the ScanStation. Outbound faxes only. Delivery confirmation available by email only.
The library has a self-service black-and-white copier available for public use. Copies are 10 cents per page.
An electric typewriter is available in the Children’s Department. Using the typewriter is a free service, but patrons must provide their own typing paper.
The library offers an exam proctoring service by appointment. There is no charge for this service. Please contact the library to confirm additional details about the library’s proctoring service (such as whether it meets guidelines determined by your testing institution) or to make an appointment.
Fondulac District Library’s Adult Services Department provides free notary public service to the community. A notary public is almost always available whenever the library is open. However, notary service is not guaranteed, and you may wish to call the library at (309) 699-3917 in advance to confirm the availability of a notary public. Notary service is offered at the Information Desk on the second floor.
The purpose of notarization is to prevent fraud and forgery. A notary acts as an official and unbiased witness to the identity of persons who comes before the notary for a specific purpose.
- Please do not sign your documents before you come to the library. Notaries are required to see you sign your documents.
- Notaries will not notarize incomplete documents or documents with blank spaces.
- Each person signing the document must be present for us to notarize that signature. If your document requires witnesses as well as your own signature and notarization, please bring with you a sufficient number of people willing to serve as your witnesses. Witnesses may not be solicited from customers using the library or library staff.
- A valid ID with your signature is required so that we can verify your identity. The ID must be issued by a state or federal government agency and must bear the photographic image of the individual’s face and signature. Examples of acceptable IDs issued by a state or federal government agency with both a photographic image and signature are a valid state driver’s license or ID card, a United States military ID, or valid passport.
- Library notaries cannot notarize documents of conveyance for qualifying residential real property located in Cook County, government I-9 forms, nor can the library provide an Apostille.
Fondulac District Library provides designated community information space for local non-profit organizations engaged in educational, cultural, recreational, civic, intellectual, or charitable activities to post information about their events and activities. Programs and events publicized should be compatible with the Library’s purpose of providing information about opportunities to the community. Please take items to the Checkout Desk for consideration; designated library staff must approve, post, and remove all items in accordance with library policy (as posted at the library).