To help reduce the spread of COVID-19 and keep Glenview healthy, the Library building is temporarily closed to the public and will remain closed until at least Monday, December 14. While the building is closed, the Drive-Up Window will remain open and staff will continue to provide remote services.
Drive-Up Window Hours Monday-Friday, 9 AM to 9 PM Saturday, 9 AM to 5 PM
All external book drops are open for returning materials 24/7.Learn more.
Wednesday, November 25, closing at 5 PM
Thursday, November 26, closed all day
Friday, November 27, closing at 5 PM
Don’t have a Glenview Public Library Card yet? Start the process by signing up online to be able to place holds and access our online databases. Then within the next 30 days, visit the library to complete the process and receive your library card. You will need to bring with you your valid Driver’s License and proof of current address.
Create a poster (Grades K-4) or video (Grades 5-8) that recognizes good character or heroism using the Six Pillars of Character. Deadline for submissions is November 30. Entries will be judged and winners will receive a monetary prize. Awards sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Glenview-Northbrook.
GPL’s major Strategic Plan initiatives in 2020, the creation of an Innovation Center and Marketplace, and an interior revitalization with new carpeting, furniture, and upholstery, are complete.
As a civic institution with a core value of providing a welcoming environment to all members of our community, the Library recognizes its role in advancing social justice through education and engagement. To that end, staff have compiled a list of anti-racism resources to foster dialogue to encourage compassion, respect for human dignity, and equity for all. View list here.