Voter Registration & Notary Services

Voter Registration and Notary Services are unavailable while the library is at Curbside Services only.

Voter Registration at the Library

Voter Registration is available to Will County residents during library hours. Please ask about registering to vote at the front desk at Circulation in the lobby.

  • No appointment is necessary. Registration can take less than 5 minutes to complete.
  • Bring 2 identifying documents. Required documents include a valid driver's license, Social Security card, or a birth certificate.
  • There is no charge for this service.

We can only accept new voters registration cards through October 6 for the November election per voting guidelines. 

View our Location & Hours to find a time convenient to you. Questions? Call the Library at 815-485-2605.

Voter Registration Online

Alternatively, you can register online at the Illinois Online Voter Registration Application Website. Additional information can be found at the Illinois State Board of Elections website.

Are You Already Registered?

To find out if you're registered and to learn more about voting in Will County, visit the Will County Clerk's Voter Services website.

Apply for a Vote by Mail Ballot

You may apply online now for a Vote by Mail ballot for the 2020 Presidential Election at https://www.thewillcountyclerk.com/vote-by-mail-application/.

When you apply online to Vote By Mail, the Will County Clerk's office will send you emails:

  1. When your ballot is mailed to you,
  2. When the Clerk's office receives your Ballot Return Envelope, and
  3. When your ballot has been processed and counted.

The Clerk's office will start mailing ballots in late September / early October 2020. All Vote By Mail ballots come with postage-paid Ballot Return Envelopes. New for Fall 2020: You may submit the Ballot Return Envelope in a secured drop box at any Will County voting location. You may also use standard US mail. If you use standard US mail to send your Ballot Return envelope, you must get a postmark before or on Election Day, Nov. 3.

Notary Services

The New Lenox Public Library offers Notary Services by walk-in or appointment. Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays are best for availability. To make an appointment, please contact the Adult Services Department at 815-485-2605 or email adultservices@newlenoxlibrary.org. This is a free service offered to our patrons.

Other notary services in our area include: