Due to the current library closure, interlibrary loan (ILL) requests for books cannot be accepted at this time. However, you may still request copies of newspaper and magazine articles, since these can be emailed to you.

In addition, please note that the library will be extending due dates for all materials, including ILLs, until May 1. You may also return your ILLs to our outside book drops, which will be open at all four locations.

All ILLs that were awaiting pickup have been sent back to their lending libraries. ILLs that arrive during our closure are being returned to their lending libraries as well. Pending ILL requests have been canceled, but will be resubmitted once the library reopens.

Interlibrary loan (ILL) is the borrowing and lending of materials between libraries. If the Glendale Public Library does not have the book or article you want, we can attempt to get it for you through the ILL system free of charge. We will try to find a library that has your requested material and ask that library to loan it to us, so we can loan it to you.
If you have additional questions, please call 623-930-3558 and leave a message including your name and phone number.