Doyle Public Library
Doyle Public Library in Raymond, Illinois is a tax-supported District Library. Doyle Library District includes the villages of Raymond and Harvel, and the surrounding rural areas.
In addition to offering a variety of fiction, non-fiction, and reference books for juveniles, young adults, and adults, Doyle Public Library offers board books and easy books, an adult book exchange, puzzles, 3D objects, DVDs, blue-rays, CDs, video games, audio books, e-books, and e-audio books. If our library does not have the material a patron seeks, we can obtain it though the Interlibrary Loan (ILL). Local genealogical information and community history items are available for viewing within the library.
Wi-fi and computer access are available to patrons free of charge. There is a nominal fee for making copies, sending or receiving a fax, printing black and white pages, or printing color pages. Notary service requires a one-time fee.
The mission of the Doyle Public Library is to provide educational, informational, cultural, and recreational resources and services to all ages of people in the Doyle Public Library district. The library will provide access to the universe of information, and especially that information which is of immediate relevance and interest to the community it serves.
The library seeks to accomplish its mission through prudent management and development of its resources, and by providing access to materials and services to meet the present and future needs of the community it serves.
In this effort, the Doyle Public Library cooperates with other libraries, and with other educational, and governmental institutions. Special emphasis is placed on current popular materials. The library serves as a learning center and educational center for all residents of Raymond and Harvel.