Before you visit, read our COVID-19 statement.
The library also is closed Monday, April 12-Sunday, April 25 due to the renovation. Read more below.

Pictured: The DVDs and CDs have been moved to their new location.

Service Update: The library will be closed April 12-25

The library will be closed and no services offered starting Monday, April 12. We will reopen on Monday, April 26, 10 a.m. The closure is due to the renovation.

Even while we are closed, we still have some quality programs available online.
Browse our offerings here

In addition, our wi-fi is available in the parking lot and from the library's reading garden. The closer you are to the building, the strong the signal.

Important Information

  • Items will not be due while we’re closed so start stocking up.
  • Please check your receipt for your due dates.
  • The book returns will not be open.
  • Fines will not accrue during the time that we’re closed.
  • The drive-up window will not be open.
  • Phone, chat, and email service will not be available.

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