816 E. Glen Ave. Peoria Heights, IL 61616
The library provides easy computer access for patrons. Microsoft Office Suite and the Internet are available on these computers. Our PC Reservation is a self-sign-in for computer usage. You need a valid library card in good standing without fines or lost book charges. Sit down at any unoccupied computer, move the mouse, and follow the directions on the screen to use one of our 12 computers. Printing is 20¢ per page. Ask staff for assistance.Our Internet & Filtering Policies.
Two Standup Quick Check computers are available for quick access to the internet for 15–20 minutes. No library card is required.
ALL computers turn off 1/2 hour before the library closes.
Wireless Internet Access for use with your Wi-Fi capable devices is available within the library building.
Black/White copies can be made by staff for 20¢ per copy. Faxes may be sent for a cost of $1.50 for the first page and $1.00 for each additional page (sent or received).
A staff member is normally available to notarize documents Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm. This is a free service.
Anyone may register to vote by bringing in two forms of identification, one must have the current address of the person applying. The completed forms are sent to Peoria County and voter registration cards will be issued by them.
The library has copies available of some of the Illinois state tax forms and some of the federal tax forms and instructions, beginning in January, thru the tax season, until April.
Volunteers from AARP are in the library on specified days from early February, until the April deadline to provide assistance with tax preparation.
The Peoria Heights Public Library Meeting Room will accommodate up to 100 people. A rental fee is charged. The Meeting Room Policy is also available at the Circulation Desk. For further information, or to reserve the room, please contact the Library Director, Marsha Westfall, at 682-5578.
Information about the history of Peoria Heights is stored within the Local History Room.
The Mid-Illinois Talking Book Center provides free library service for anyone unable to read regular print because of low vision, blindness, or a physical disability. They provide books and playback equipment. Books are mailed free to and from library patrons, wherever they reside. There is no charge, whatsoever, to the patron. Currently, they serve approximately 6,500 active readers.
To help our patrons, a wheelchair and a walker are available for use in the library. Please ask staff for assistance.