The Roselle Public Library offers tons of different ways to stay involved with the community. They focus on keeping the public interested in the library at all ages. Classes for the community start from the beginning with 'Mommy and Me' and continue with groups extending all the way to the adult section along with the commemorative gift program. The Library even has its very own newsletter known as 'Library Lights' where one could find all the information they would need to find any upcoming events for a specific age. The Roselle Public Library is part of the DuPage Library system so they are very involved in interlibrary loans as well. Just because the library is listed in Roselle does not mean it is only meant for residents of Roselle. They are also part of the State Library system of Illinois, and they participate in recriprocal borrowing. Recriprocal borrowing means that neighboring towns, such as Bloomingdale or Medinah, may borrow Roselle Public Library's materials.