All Washington County Library branches are open! Visit the library to browse materials, pick up holds, use a computer, and more.
Based on current levels of COVID-19 in Washington County, employees and visitors are not required to wear masks in Washington County buildings. This change follows updated guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Library visitors and staff may choose to wear a mask or face covering. Disposable masks are available at all libraries and other public service locations.
Please stay home if you are feeling ill or experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19. You can still connect with us through virtual programs, email, our digital collection, or curbside pickup.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we've increased cleaning throughout the library, including high-touch surfaces. Hand sanitizer and sanitizing wipes are available for use. Some library services have been modified to ensure the safety of staff and visitors. Here’s what you can expect:
A limited number of curbside pickup appointments are available to pick up holds without entering our buildings. Curbside pickup appointments must be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance.
Meeting rooms are open without capacity restrictions. Meeting rooms are not cleaned in between each use. Sanitizing wipes are available at the front desk of each branch. Learn more and book a room.
If you need access to the internet, we now have Wi-Fi hotspots and Chromebook kits available for check out to use outside of the library.
Children's areas are open and toys are available to play with. Toys are not cleaned in between each use. Sanitizing wipes are available at the front desk of each branch.
Library staff are providing online, outdoor, and in person programs following local and state guidance. Due to current COVID-19 community levels, masks and social distancing are not required at library programs. Find a full list of events on our calendar.