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Yes. All libraries continue to offer curbside service.
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The library is a large group setting where children and elderly people are present. The library follows public health guidelines for such settings, so that everyone can be safe visiting the library.
Masks are currently required for ALL people aged 2 and up. While you are in the library, please wear a mask that covers your nose and mouth and fits properly to filter your breath.
Curbside service is available if you prefer not to wear a mask.
Our goal in Express Service is to provide safe library visits with efficient service to as many visitors as want to be here. During Express Service, popular second floor items such as magazines, movies, audiobooks and music have been moved to the first floor for your convenience.
Volunteers who usually staff rooms upstairs have not reestablished schedules here yet, and upstairs staff can be found helping you downstairs.
For those who wish to do serious historical research, Friday afternoon appointments are available while the upstairs is closed. Limited time slots are available for use of the Humboldt Room and to have microfilm access. Library staff is always available to help if you just need a quick fact or two.
We will tell you when we know. We are working to restore all library services and access soon as possible in a safe, coordinated and phased effort, starting with opening libraries for Express Service.
We continue to follow state and local public health guidelines for operations.
Like you, we hope that all will go well and that all libraries can safely return to full service one day soon. In the meantime, it is a joy to see your faces again for Express Service visits.