The Clermont County Public Library is open and while things are a little different, employees are eager to welcome patrons back. The Library’s number one priority is for the safety of patrons and staff.
Employees are wearing masks and visitors are asked to wear them, too.
The Library is open with limited hours. The first hour each day is reserved for those age 60 and older and individuals at higher risk of Covid-19.
4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday and Tuesday
2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday
1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday
The number of people allowed in each branch is limited per state mandate.
To help everyone maintain safe social distancing, the number of public computers has been reduced. Patrons can use public computers for up to 45 minutes. Extending computer time may not be possible if others are waiting to use a computer. Please consider calling your local branch ahead of time to make a reservation.
Each branch has been arranged to meet social distancing requirements. Fewer chairs allow for safe social distancing. Sneeze guards are in use at the service desks. Toys and games are not available in areas set aside for children.
Curbside Pickup service is available by appointment. Please call to schedule a pick-up time.
Patrons are asked to use the exterior bins to return materials. The Library is not accepting donations right now.
For more information, please visit clermontlibrary.org, follow the Library on social media, or call your local branch.