Library Services and Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Library to reopen with limited services on June 15, 2020
- Library hours will return to normal: 9-7 Mon-Thurs, 9-5 Fri, and 9-3 Saturday.
- The hours 9-11 Mon-Thurs are reserved for at-risk visitors.
- Visitor expected to observe three W‘s : Wear a mask, Wait 6 feet apart, and Wash hands frequently.
- Services available as of June 15: Public computer stations, WiFi, print, copy and scan service, summer reading registration, in-person requests and checkout, book drop, reference services, curbside pickup, books by mail.
- Services unavailable at this time: Shelf-browsing (staff access only), inside returns (all returns in outdoor book drop), Library of Things borrowing, games, toys, meeting room use, physical donations.
As of May 18, the library is offering curbside pickup service.
- As of March 25, 2020 All Town of Gibsonville municipal offices/buildings, including the Library, are suspending walk-in services for the indefinite future due to the COVD-19 pandemic and the need for social distancing to mitigate the virus from spreading. Read more at gibsonville.net “Announcements.”
- All due dates have been extended to June 22, 2020. This applies to all items currently checked out. If it is determined that the library will remain closed beyond this date, due dates will be extended to accommodate.
- Requests placed for physical items will NOT be filled until after April 1, 2020.
- All items may still be returned in the exterior book drop while the library is closed, with exceptions only for technology materials like laptops and hotspots.
- Ebooks, audiobooks, music, movies, research materials and more are available online 24/7.