For residents of the Roselle Public Library District who are homebound, permanently or temporarily, the Library offers delivery of certain materials on a regular basis, depending on staff availability.
Homebound service will resume in September of 2020. The Roselle Public Library District offers a wide variety of digital alternatives to traditional library materials. If an electronic device is available, homebound residents may borrow eBooks or eAudiobooks, download and stream music, stream video, or make use of our catalog of databases. There are also many choices available for a limited time during this pandemic.
Typically, library cardholders utilizing this service are homebound due to medical reasons, but other special needs may also qualify. To learn more about this service and whether you, or someone in your care, is eligible to receive library materials at home, contact the Adult & Teen Services Department in-person, by phone at 630-529-1641, ext. *211, or by email.