Please call ahead to ensure that the services you need are available during your visit.
Online and remote learners may take their exams at the library. To arrange for a proctor, contact the Adult and Information Services Department at 815-895-2500 ext. 126 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Exam times are available Monday-Friday-All requests for proctoring services must be received by the Library at least one week in advance. Please contact the library to confirm your appointment before the date of the exam and ensure all materials have been received.
When you need your documents notarized, library staff are available to help free of charge. Don’t forget to bring your unsigned items and an i.d. with you. To ensure that one of our notary staff is available, you may want to call 815-895-2500 ext. 126 before your stop in.
If you live in Illinois and need to register or update your information we can help. Bring two proofs of identification to any of the service desks. You must be a U.S. Citizen and 18 years of age or older to register.
Faxing is available in the Adult and Information Services Department. The cost for faxing is $1.00 per page to send, and 50¢ per page to receive. For more information contact the Adult and Information Services Desk at 815-895-2500 ext. 126 or email email@example.com. Sycamore Library’s fax number is 815-839-7270
Copies and Scanning
Printers and copiers are available for public use. Staff can help you load money onto your Sycamore Library card with cash, check or a credit card. If you are not a Sycamore Library cardholder, we will issue you a temporary pass.
Black and white prints cost 10¢ per side for letter (8 ½” by 11″), 10¢ per side legal (8 ½” by 14″), 20¢ per side and ledger (11″ by 17″) sizes.
Color prints are 50¢ per side letter and legal, $1.00 ledger.
Online Order of Protection
The library provides computers to access the Online Orders of Protection form. For assistance completing the form, contact the Circuit Clerks Office in your County.
DeKalb County Legal Self-Help Center
The DeKalb County Legal Self-Help Center provides legal information to DeKalb County residents about their legal rights and responsibilities, instructions on how to handle common legal problems, assistance with some legal documents and forms, and referrals to free and low-cost legal services.