Columbiana Public Library will open on Monday

COLUMBIANA — The Columbiana Public Library is opening its doors Monday for patrons who want to come in and browse the shelves for their books, magazines, audiobooks and movies. The library will resume its regular hours of from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday with 9 to 10 a.m. reserved for seniors and those most at risk.

In order to maintain social distancing, only three laptops will be available in the computer room for a maximum of one hour per day. Reservations are recommended to ensure availability. The staff will provide copy and fax service.

All materials including the hotspots must be returned in the book drop on the south side of the library. Materials are quarantined before they are checked in and shelved by the staff. No fines will accumulate during the quarantine period. Items checked out before the library closed on March 16 and returned by 9 a.m. June 15 will not incur fines.

Children under 18 years of age will be required to be with their parent/guardian when visiting the library.

The library will continue to offer curbside pickup for individuals not wishing to come inside. Requests for materials can be made by phone or online at www.columbiana.lib.oh.us. The staff will contact you when the materials are ready to be picked up.

At this time, the library is not able to provide the following services: seating, restrooms, drinking fountains and meeting rooms.


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