Updated 11/15/2020 3:00pm

Effective 11/15/2020, as a result of the most recent guidance and the surge in Covid-19 cases, we are suspending in-person Grab-N-Go access through at least December 14.


  • Customers can make reservations for Limited Computer Access at all locations. Plastic sleeves will be placed over the computer keyboard and mouse, social distance between computer terminals and staff/customers is strictly enforced. There will be a 30 minute sanitization process between computer sessions. Masks are required.
  • Curbside Pickup by appointment is available at all locations, including walk-in pickup at STA Plaza.
  • You can also schedule a Curbside Pickup of a Book Bundle in the genre of your choice.
  • Book returns are open at STA Plaza, South Hill, Hillyard, East Side, Northtown, and Indian Trail.
  • All returned items will be isolated/quarantined for at least 72 hours after being returned. That means the item will still show on accounts for at least 3 days after leaving in the book drop. Please wait at least 2 weeks before notifying us if a book still displays on your account.
  • All in-person library programs are canceled or postponed indefinitely. We offer a wide variety of virtual and pre-recorded programs for your enjoyment and education, see our YouTube channel and on our Blog.
  • The Library has eBooks and streaming services that you can access from home using your library card number and PIN.

The library is committed to the health and safety of our customers and with sharing information, especially in times of emergencies. We’ve set up this page as a resource to help you find reliable and up-to-date information from local, state, and national resources about Coronavirus (COVID-19).

As new information emerges about COVID-19, it is important to remember that it is not connected to race, ethnicity, or nationality. Stigma will not help to fight the illness; however, sharing accurate information from trusted sources such as the following is critical to keeping misinformation at bay.

Reliable sources of information include:

Reading List About Viruses and Pandemics, not specific to Covid-19
If the coronavirus outbreak has you wanting to better understand infectious disease, here are some titles that may help.