The Mobile Town library will reopen to the general public on Monday, Oct. 5, 2020, for what is being called “in and out” service and minimal computer system use.
The majority of the places will be open from 9 a.m. up until 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday for limited access to the building and computer systems.
Regional History & & Genealogy will continue to operate by appointment only. Customers will discover specific safety measures have actually been put in place to protect both the clients and staff.
understand: Masks are needed for service. Social distancing ought to be kept at all times. Libraries will have restricted capacities kept an eye on by staff and posted at entrances.
Computer systems are available by appointment for 1-hour daily, per individual
Hand sanitizer and gloves will be readily available to clients. Newspapers and magazines will not be readily available.
Fulfilling rooms will not be readily available.
Curbside materials get will continue at selected library areas starting Oct. 5. Please check with your preferred library for service alternatives.
Printing and faxing services will now be readily available inside library areas.
Customers who do not have the Internet are motivated to utilize the library to complete the 2020 Census utilizing public computers.
For those who need to file applications for absentee tallies, the library will offer a totally free copy of their I.D. and complimentary notary service at some places.
Customers need to call the library to ensure a notary is offered.