REFERENCE & ADULT SERVICES
The Reference staff will gladly assist you with research projects, finding answers to questions, locating books and materials, using electronic resources including the Internet, request materials using our inter-library loans programs, and any other information needed.
Reference service is provided in-person, telephone, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please call 708-458-2880 ext. 105 for Reference.
llinois License Plate Renewal Information
Illinois license plate renewal reminders are no longer being mailed.
For more information and to renew, please click the links below.
You will need your Registration ID and PIN located on your current
License Plate Renewal
To set up an e-mail reminder:
Paperless Licence Renewal Notices
Vehicle Emissions Test Notices
Click link below for more information
Test Notices FAQ
Illinois EPA resumed mailing vehicle emissions test notices beginning April 6, 2016. Test notices will be retroactive to the first motorists that did not receive a test notice (vehicle owners whose license plates expired at the end of March 2016). Motorists who have completed testing requirements will not receive one of the new test notices.
**Effective April 2016, vehicle emissions test notices will be mailed on a postcard size form.
As a result, Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White announced his office will resume regular vehicle registration procedures effective June 1, 2016. At that time, motorists subject to vehicle emissions testing will once again be required to comply with testing requirements prior to renewing their license plates.
Access to Care
Basic Computer Skills
Bump Builder - Adult Swim
City of Chicago
Crisis Prevention Institute
Free Online Computer Training
ICv2: The Business of Geek Culture
Illinois Department of Human Services
Illinois State Board of Education
Illinois State Police Firearms Services Bureau
MoneyGeek Cost of Living Calculator
Rental Help in Illinois - HUD
The Independent Student's Guide to Healthcare
provided by: BestColleges.com
The Independent Student's Guide to Healthcare offers valuable information for students living independently for the first time and for recent grads entering the workforce.
Taking responsibility for healthcare is a daunting but necessary step for young adults. The task is even more intimidating for the 18% of young adults who aren't able to rely on their parents for health insurance. Our guide breaks down the vast amount of information into easily digestible sections to help young adults find affordable health insurance and get the care they need. The sections include:
- Student coverage basics
- Plans for recent grads and special-status students
- Strategies for managing health expenses
- Additional resources
The complete guide can be found here: http://www.bestcolleges.com/resources/student-healthcare-guide/
COMPUTER GUEST PASSES
Patrons who do not have a library card can purchase a Guest Pass for $2.00 for two hours of computer time per day. Guest Passes are available at the Circulation Desk.
Bridgeview Public Library has 2 Copy Machines available for public use. Color copies are 50 cents each. Black & White copies are 20 cents each.
Bridgeview Public Library has a scanner available for public use. You may scan items to an e-mail, a flash drive, a smart phone or tablet, or a Google Drive. There is no cost to use the scanner. For more information please stop by the Reference Desk.