- About Us
- Book a Room
- Books, Movies & More
- E-Books & More
Fremont Public Library District offers exam proctoring services so long as the following conditions are met:
Faxing is available at the Reader’s Services desk on the first floor of the library. The fee is $1 for the first page and 50¢ for each additional page per fax number. The fee for sending and receiving a fax is the same.
International faxing costs double the domestic rate.
Limit 20 pages per fax. We are unable to send faxes within 30 minutes of closing time.
The library’s fax number is 847-566-0204.
Library materials can be delivered to people who have disabilities or health problems that make coming to the library difficult. Please contact Rick Becker at 847-918-3205.
Who is eligible?
Residents of Fremont Public Library District who have health conditions that make coming to the library difficult. Home deliveries can be arranged on a long-term or short-term basis.
What library materials would be available to me?
Anything that is available to patrons who come into the the library building. Books, audiobooks, videos, magazines and compact discs can all be delivered to your home.
Is there any charge for this service?
I have heard about a federal program that provides books on cassette for the disabled. How does that work?
This is the program for the blind and physically challenged. Fremont Public Library does not have direct access to this program. However, the Home Delivery Coordinator will be happy to assist a patron who wishes more information. See the link below for the National Library Service, or call 1-888-659-7323.
The library offers Notary Public services free of charge at the Reference desk on the 2nd floor.
Please bring valid photo ID, and remember that documents to be notarized must be signed in front of the Notary (do not sign them beforehand). All people signing the document(s) must be present. You do not need to be a Fremont Library patron.
What we cannot notarize:
Library staff cannot witness documents; you must bring your own witnesses.
The library is an official place of voter registration for residents of any Illinois county.
To register, you must:
Please contact the Adult Services Department at (847) 918-3206 for more information.
Registered voters in Lake County can verify their registration, find their polling place, view sample ballots, and more through Voter Power, a service of the Lake County Clerk.