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Follow the same basic instructions, just find a safe place near the parking lot to wait for your delivery. Wait there in that safe spot. There will be a sign near the front of the library to tell you of a good place to wait.
Library due dates have been extended to allow you time to return your items. Please check your library account online to see your due dates, or call the library to ask.
It is important for your safety and library staff safety to return library materials into the book drop, and only into the book drop.
Please check with your branch for book drop times and days. Book drops will not be open every day. Why? This allows us to quarantine library materials and keep everyone safe. ’Book Safety Quarantine’ (96 hours or more) is a key factor in our ability to provide virus-free paper books, magazines, CDs and DVDs to you.
In the past, Zip Books could only be returned in person to a staff member. For now, please package them securely in a ziplock bag or a padded mailer before you put them in the book drop. Interlibrary Loan service has not resumed yet. If you have an urgent need to return an Interlibrary Loan book, or a book without packaging, please call the library for instructions.
Sometimes book drops may be too full. When that happens they will be locked until the end of the Book Safety Quarantine period. This means that you may find a book drop isn’t available when we thought it would be. Please keep your items if that happens, and contact the library.
Because your returned items are placed in quarantine, they are not checked in the same day. It may take up to a week to clear returned books from your account. Please don’t worry. There are no fines on books that become overdue while in safety quarantine.
Please call the library where you expect to pick up your delivery and together we can figure out how to safely get it to you.
Yes! Most tax forms can be provided to you via curbside delivery.
No. We are not accepting any donations at this time.
We are working to restore all library services and access soon as possible in a safe, coordinated and phased effort. We will continue to follow state and public health guidelines for operations.