How to Return Items
You can return most Library materials to either of two locations:
All items except DVD2GO rentals
Circulation Desk (when the Library is open)
Drive-up book drops behind the building (any time)
Some items are marked with special return instructions such as "Please do not return this book in book drop." These items should be returned only to the Library Circulation Desk.
Metra's Milwaukee District North Line train station
Located on the west side of town
All items except those labeled with special return instructions
Drive-up book drop in the commuter parking lot
Return slot in the station wall near the front door
Books and A/V
DVD2GO rentals only
|Books & Audiobooks||$0.10|
|Great Courses CD/Audiobook||$0.10|
|Children's Puzzle, Puppet, Toy||$0.10|
|Rental Books for $1||$0.25|
|New Feature Film||$1.00|
|New Non Fiction DVD||$1.00|
|New DVD Series||$1.00|
|Non Fiction DVD||$1.00|
|Great Courses DVD||$1.00|
|Interlibrary loan from within CCS consortium||Follows Lake Forest Library fine policy|
|Interlibrary loan from outside our library consortium||$1.00|
Damaged & Lost Item Fees
Lost or damaged magazines
$5 per issue
All other items (books, CDs, DVDs, etc.)
Cost listed in the library record
Replacing a lost library card
Suspension of Borrowing Privileges
Borrowing privileges are suspended for individuals whose fines exceed $10 and for families whose fines exceed $20. Borrowing privileges are reinstated once fines are paid. Family members over 18 years of age are responsible for their own fines.
Rental Book Fees
Does the Library have a new book you can't wait to get your hands on? For $1/week, you can borrow one of our newest, most-wanted items. These items are on everybody's wish list, and as soon as they are returned, somebody is ready to check them out again. Renting the item for $1/week ensures you get access to it sooner than you would otherwise. The overdue fine for Rental Books is $0.25 per day.
Interlibrary Loan Fees
ILLs are materials borrowed from other libraries in our consortium and across the U.S.
If fees or special handling costs are charged by the lending library, these are passed along to the patron.
Paying Your Fines and Fees
The circulation desks accept cash for the payment of overdue fines and rental book checkout. It is also possible to pay overdue fines online in your library account using a credit card.