COVID 19 Update June 12, 2020: Reopening to the public with limited services.
The Loudonville Public Library thanks all of you for your patience during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are very happy to announce that we will be opening our doors to the public on Wednesday, June 17, 2020. The Library will look a little different. We have implemented protocols to keep both patrons and staff members safe. At this time, the library bookshelves and play areas will remain closed to the public. This is the first phase in opening the building to the public, please bear with us as we fine tune these new procedures. Patrons will see plexiglass barriers, a variety of new signs, and markings to promote social distancing. Please stay within the boundaries that we have set up for you.
New library hours will be:
Monday through Thursday 9:00 am – 7:00 pm
Friday and Saturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Stay safe and healthy my friends!
Melissa Mallinak, Library Director
At this time, the Library will be offering limited services.
Hold pick has resumed inside the building.
Non-contact hold pick up is still be available for those who do not feel comfortable entering the library.
Computers are available to use (headphones will not be provided).
Printing and copying services are available.
We are excited to have our patrons back in the building and very much look forward to seeing everyone this summer.
Programming and Meeting Rooms
All library programs are canceled at this time.
Public use of the meeting rooms is canceled until August 1, 2020. (This date is subject change as the situation evolves.)
No Contact Holds Pickup
No contact holds pickup will continue. Holds can be placed by using the Online Catalog or calling the library. There is an option to search the catalog for Loudonville Public Library items only. Please call the library when you have arrived to pick up your items.
All material donations made to the Friends of the Loudonville Public Library are still suspended.
The library will be open from 9:00 am – 10:00 am Monday through Thursday so that the high-risk members of our community may have this time to visit the library.