Leavenworth Public Library

The Library facility has limited open hours from 9 to 11 a.m. Monday through Saturday.

> VISITS LIMITED TO ONE-HALF HOUR.

> Public computers, copier and fax are not available.

> If you have any items out that were due on August 23rd or later, add 14 days to their loan period. Remember the Library’s book drops are open 24/7 and you can return all material to those locations.

> The delivery of holds from other libraries resumes on Monday August 31st.

> Online Library programs will continue as scheduled

Curbside pickup hours:

11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday
11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday

 

How to place a hold on material

 

The following guidelines will remain in place:

> 30 patrons allowed in the building at one time

> 30 minutes maximum per visit; one visit per day

> Patrons encouraged to wear masks and gloves

> Social distancing: Keep a distance of 6 feet between you and others

> Return all materials to the outside book drop

> Public computers, copier and fax not available

> Kansas Room, Learning Center and meeting rooms are closed

> THE LIBRARY IS NOT ACCEPTING ANY DONATIONS OF BOOKS, MAGAZINES, MUSIC CDS OR MOVIE DVDS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

 

Covid-19 cases in Leavenworth County have continued to increase. The Library has decided to delay the next phase until cases drop for two straight weeks. This plan is subject to change with recommendations from local and state health officials.

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