New Caseyville Library Building Project
Caseyville Library is getting a new facility in tandem with Caseyville Elementary. See details on our Building Project Page.
Caseyville Library Awarded "Resolve to Stay Active" Grant
Fitbit Kits Now Available
BOOK-it Walking Book Club
Starting in MAY! BOOK-it will meet at Caseyville Library on the 1st Wednesday & the 3rd Saturday at 9 am. Walk and talk about books! Get outside and active with Caseyville Library. You can even check out Fitbits with your library card. If you can't meet in person, you can still participate online on the BOOK-it Facebook Group by sharing your book recommendations, favorite walking trails, and giving support!
We are thrilled to announce that the Caseyville Public Library has FitBit’s to check out with your library card! Patrons can check out single FitBits to use or larger kits that include 5 FitBits for group walkers or friends that like to participate in fitness activities together. The CPLD was awarded the “Resolve to Stay Active: A FitBit Kit for Your Community” grant funded by the National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NNLM) and the National Institute of Health (NIH). Also, check out the BOOK-it Walking Book Club in Happening Monthly.
Caseyville Library offers Seed Library
If you have a Caseyville Library card, you can take home seed packets from our CPLD Seed Library made possible by donations from Rural King Supply.
Ask us for more details & SHARE with your friends!
Seeds for produce, native pollinator flowers, and ornamental flowers are available now.
Ask your librarians for more seed types!
August Library Board Meeting
Public Hearing & Special Board Meeting Wednesday, August 28th at the Caseyville Public Library.
CLICK HERE for the meeting agenda.
"Collinsville Unit 10 Prepares to Spend COVID-19 Pandemic Funds" - Times-Tribune
CLICK HERE for CUSD Board of Education's meeting agendas & minutes.
Schedule Library Services Online
The Caseyville Public Library District is participating in a pilot program with the collaboration of the Illinois Smart City & Region Association (ISCRA) and FrontDesk.
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"We are thrilled to incorporate FrontDesk with our library. FrontDesk allows residents to make appointments online for a variety of services available at the local library. Residents can choose to schedule to meet with a librarian for resume assistance, make an appointment with a tutor or social worker, and even schedule license plate renewals. The FrontDesk platform is available in multiple languages, encouraging all members of the community to utilize the resources and services that are available to them. The Caseyville Public Library is now able to offer services more efficiently while maintaining the health and safety of the staff and the community. Libraries (public, academic, special) strive to meet the evolving needs of diverse communities and this partnership with FrontDesk and ISCRA allows us to do that."
Ashley Stewart, Library Director of the Caseyville Public Library District
Meet the people who made this possible:
"The Illinois Smart City & Region Association (ISCRA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit member association who’s mission provides education, information, and vital resources through collaboration to more than 1,200 Illinois municipalities and corresponding regions on the appropriate technology initiatives for a given community and how to properly adopt technologies for their respective connected community initiatives.
ISCRA is a comprehensive platform where technology providers, together with, city staff and local elected officials converge to discuss the development and deployment potential of networked technologies on top a city’s existing infrastructure. These objectives are performed in an effort to reduce a community’s operating costs, drive efficiencies, and establish sustainable models intent on impacting the quality of life for all citizens and businesses while pushing Illinois to become one of the few smart States in the USA."
Since 2014, FrontDesk has revolutionized citizens' interaction with the public sector by digitizing queues and appointments, which has minimized citizens' waiting times and improved service levels significantly.
The advanced software predicts workloads and allows staff planning to minimize peak times.