Faxing services are available anytime the Library is open. The cost for faxing varies depending on where you want to send the fax to. To anywhere in the United States the charge is $1 per page. If you are sending a fax internationally overseas, the charge is $5 per page per page. The Library can also receive faxes on your behalf. Please let the Library have your contact details before giving other people the Library’s fax number. This service costs $1 per page.
The Library has several meeting rooms available to community groups. To reserve a room, please click here to read the agreement and complete the form.
The Bensenville Library offers a free Notary Public service. The Notary is generally available Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., but please call ahead to be sure. Contact Tekolya Brown at (630) 766-4642 for more details.
The Bensenville Community Public Library is a United States Passport Acceptance Facility! We accept passport applications by appointment only. Please call the Library at (630) 766-4642 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment. More information on passport services, including a checklist of the necessary documents, is available on our website at benlib.org/passport-services, as well as at the Adult Services Desk. For questions regarding the passport application process, please contact the Adult Services Department at (630) 766-4642.
The Library has one, black and white photocopier available for public use. Copies can be made for 10¢ per page.
Live in DuPage County and aren’t registered to vote? Stop by the Library anytime we are open and one of our staff will be able to register you on site. When registering, be sure to bring two forms of identification with you, one of which must have your correct address on it.
The Bensenville Library offers proctoring services free of charge. If you would like to have an exam proctored, click here for more information.
Talking Book and Braille Service from the Illinois State Library
The Talking Book and Braille Service (TBBS) provides audio and braille library service via mail or digital download to any Illinois resident who is unable to read standard print material due to a permanent or temporary visual or physical disability. For more information on this service, visit: https://www.ilbph.org/.