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Call 708.383.8200

  • Press 2 for library hours
  • Press 3 for account support, renewals
  • Press 4 for reference and nonfiction
  • Press 5 for fiction, movies, and music
  • Press 6 for children's services
  • Press 7 for teen services
  • Press 8 for a staff directory
  • Press 0 for an operator

Personal Identification Number (PIN)

Usually the last four digits of an account's primary phone number, you may change your PIN after you log into your account. Here's how:

  1. In the "Personal Information" tab, click "Change PIN."
  2. Enter your current PIN (the last four digits of your primary phone number).
  3. Enter your desired new PIN.
  4. Confirm your new PIN by entering it again.
  5. Click “Update.”

Your new PIN should now be saved. PINs can also be reset by clicking Forgot My PIN from the login screen, or by contacting us (from this page or by calling 708.383.8200, then pressing 3) for staff assistance.

Ask us to find or purchase materials not in the catalog

Any Oak Park resident with a valid library card can make a request. Learn more about making a request >

Call a service desk directly (during open hours)

  • At Main Library: 708.452.3480
  • At Dole Branch: 708.386.9032
  • At Maze Branch: 708.386.4751

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Social media

Get in touch via FacebookTwitter and Instagram. All of the library's social media channels are intended to help users engage with the Oak Park Public Library community. We encourage everyone to share thoughts and ideas. We reserve the right to remove individual posts and posters that include spam, profanity, off-topic comments, and personal attacks. We also encourage sharing information about community resources and events as long as posts do not directly ask followers to donate financially to a fundraiser or other non-community entity or share information irrelevant to the Oak Park Public Library community.

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