Library Re-opening Guidelines
Libraries are following strict guidelines in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Daily operation includes spacing individual users and limiting the number of people present in the building. The library will implement these phases in accordance with recommendations made by the Governor, the Centers for Disease Control, and the Library Board of Commissioners. The plan is subject to change with statewide directives from the Governor’s Office.
The library is open for business at 75% occupancy. Meeting rooms are available with seating limits and social distancing guidelines in place. Masks are required.
Patrons are asked to return books in the book drop. (All returned materials will be quarantined for a period of 3 days before being placed back into circulation.)
We offer a special “drive-up” service for elderly, high-risk, or physically challenged patrons daily.
We will continue to be “fine-free” in 2021.
Library staff is required to wear masks and gloves while working with the public. Thanks for your patience during this time.
We look forward to seeing you at your library!
T-Mobile Hotspots Have Arrived!
Fine-Free Policy Continues!
Tax forms 1040 & 1040 SR forms and booklets are here. The library has a limited supply for our patrons. If you need a specific schedule or form the staff will print them up for you at no cost. Multiple copies and full instruction booklets are .10 a sheet if you need them printed. Please note that staff cannot offer advice on forms or assist in completing tax returns. The IRS has an interactive tax assistant at https://www.irs.gov/help/ita
The library Board of Commissioners meets quarterly. The public is invited to attend the meetings with a comment time designated for any visitors. Meeting minutes are available upon request.
Join us for a special Easter Storytime, activity, and treats on Wednesday, March 31 at 10:30. Open to families with Lapsit to PreK age kids! We hope to see you there!