The Helen M. Plum Memorial Public Library District is a unit of local government, incorporated and organized under the laws of the State of Illinois for the purpose of providing its residents with the following services:
- Establishing, equipping and maintaining a public library.
- Providing services and acquiring and circulating books and other educational materials for the recreational, social, informational and educational needs of the community.
- Providing reference and reading spaces.
- Doing all other things necessary to carry on an efficient public library service.
The Helen M. Plum Memorial Public Library District departments are: Administration, Marketing, Facilities, Information Technology, Technical Services, Patron Services, Adult Services and Youth Services.
The amount of the 2018-2019 operating budget, exclusive of reserves, of the Helen M. Plum Memorial Public Library District is $4,382,579.00.
The Library’s sole office is located at 110 West Maple Street in Lombard, Illinois 60148.
The Library currently employs approximately 30 full-time and 50 part-time employees (9.26.17).
The following organization exercises control over our policies and procedures: The Helen M. Plum Memorial Public Library District Board of Library Trustees, which meets monthly on the second Tuesday of each month at 7pm at the Library. Please check the calendar to confirm these dates and locations.
The members of the Board of Trustees are President Jason Brandt; Vice President, John Larkin; Secretary, Kristin Aasmundstad Walsh; Treasurer, Allison Pinkett-Floyd; Gary Brenniman, Virginia Carlson, Susan Wiggins.