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Court-Mandated Community Service for Adults

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ORGANIZATION: Arlington Heights Memorial Library

  • 3 people are interested

Arlington Heights Memorial Library provides court-mandated community service opportunities for adults. Court-mandated service hours are available to adults who require 20 hours or more of service. Community service hours are completed through work in our Maintenance Department, performing routine indoor and outdoor building maintenance such as washing windows, setting up rooms for events, picking up trash, wiping down tables, dusting shelves, etc. Physical requirements include the ability to lift, reach, bend, stoop, and stand for periods of time. Each shift is 4 hours.

An orientation meeting and background check is required for adult court-mandated volunteers. During this 1-hour orientation meeting, we will go over the community service guidelines and create your shift schedule. Orientations are by appointment only and are scheduled Mondays through Thursdays during regular business hours.

Please note if your next court date is less than 6 weeks from when we receive your interest form, we may not be able to accommodate your request. When you contact us, please indicate how many hours you need to complete and when your next court date is.

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About Arlington Heights Memorial Library


500 N Dunton Avenue, Arlington Heights, IL 60004, US

Mission Statement

We believe in: Unparalleled Customer Service: our best-in-class staff strives for continuous improvement by identifying and providing the services our residents and businesses need most. Free and Equal Access: all individuals have the right to choose for themselves what to read, hear, or view. Fiscal Responsibility: all decisions are weighed against the value added to the lives of our customers. A Focus on Arlington Heights: we are a part of the fabric of our community; all services are tailored to the unique needs of our residents and businesses.


The Arlington Heights Memorial Library strives to add value in our customers’ lives by:

  • partnering with them to develop skills they need to succeed in all stages of their lives;
  • helping local businesses and community agencies thrive;
  • creating occasions for cultural experiences and discovery; and
  • offering opportunities in Arlington Heights for gathering, learning, contemplating, creating, and finding inspiration.




We'll work with your schedule.


500 N Dunton AvenueArlington Heights, IL 60004






  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training

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