The library is actively preparing for a reintroduction of in-person services in a gradual, phased approach (Reopening Plan) to protect the health and safety of both library staff and members of the community using the library, its collections, and its services. This plan also considers the possibility that the library may need to move backward and forward between phases based on local health factors and government directives. Starting on June 1, you will be able to place holds and pick up items (providing curbside services) at the library drive-thru window. We know that you have many questions about how this process will work. Please note that the book drop will remain closed and all returns will be accepted at the front of the library in the vestibule. For more detailed information visit our COVID-19 page.

To better serve our community, we’ve temporarily relaxed online lending restrictions and expanded access to our digital resources to serve more patrons while providing a variety of content – worry-free! We offer e-books, e-audiobooks, e-magazines, streaming videos and music, research databases and articles, online newspapers, and digital collections. Use your library card to access these resources; residency requirements may apply.  If you don’t have a library card, apply for one online Learn more at

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