Announcing the New
Community Information Network
The Wauconda Area
Library is pleased to announce the Wauconda Area Community
Information Network (waucondaarea.info),
a community information portal providing easy web-based access
to information pertaining to or of interest to the communities
of Wauconda, Island Lake, Lake Barrington, Port Barrington,
Lakemoor, and Volo. This site is the most comprehensive
web-based information gateway to these communities, all of
which are located fully or partially within the library
is a service of
the Wauconda Area Library and is hosted on NorthStarNet, a web-based
information network of Chicago area communities.
NorthStarNet is managed by the North Suburban Library System
and more than 50 local libraries representing numerous
The purpose of the Community
Information Network is threefold:
- Provide a
comprehensive directory of organizations, resources,
services and events in the Wauconda Area or of interest to
the Wauconda Area community, with links to area websites and
- Provide a
Community Calendar, a web-based cooperative service that
provides Wauconda area residents with one-click access to
- Provide free
Internet web hosting to Wauconda Area organizations so that
they can develop their own web presence.
If you belong to an
organization in the Wauconda Area , you can have a presence on
our community's Community Information Network! This
state-of-the-art Community Information Network is visited
thousands of times per each month by people seeking
information about resources and events in the Wauconda Area.
Join us in making sure that these people can find you online.
Area Organizations, Get a Web Site!
Signing up with the
Wauconda Area Community Information Network is not only easy,
Check out the Frequently
Asked Questions page to learn how your
organization can get free and unlimited server space to host
your web site. Unfamiliar with creating a web site?
We'll help you get started!
If your Wauconda Area
organization or business already has a website, you can request a link from the
Community Information Network by clicking