Updated COVID-19 Information
The Clermont County Public Library is following CDC’s COVID-19 Community-Level guidance for masking recommendations. For more information, visit the CDC’s COVID-19 Community Level website. The Library offers contact-free Curbside Pickup service as well as free Wi-Fi access from most areas of the parking lot at each branch between 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. daily. With Curbside Pickup, you can pick up an unlimited number of holds, print tax forms or local government documents (10-page limit if possible, B&W only), and request up to 10-item library items to check out. Call your local branch to set up a Curbside Pickup time. Patrons also may use the library lockers to pick up holds contact-free. Just choose the branch locker when placing a hold. Your items will be placed in the locker and you can pick them up at your convenience even when the Library is closed. Library staff members work to keep the branches as safe as possible by following the recommendations of the CDC, Ohio Department of Health, and Clermont County Public Health. For information about vaccinations, contact your health care provider or Clermont County Public Health at ccphohio.org or 513-732-7499. Donations of books are limited at this time. Please contact your local branch to see if staff members are currently accepting donations. Please call your local branch with any questions. One of our Library staff members will be happy to help.
The Clermont County Health Department will conduct a COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, February 8, at the Felicity Branch Library, 209 Prather Road.
No appointments are necessary. The clinics are open to everyone age 5 and up. Those under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. This clinic is good for first and second shots as well as boosters of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines. Call the Clermont County Public Health Department at 513-732-7499 if you have questions.
Visit the Clermont County Public Health Department for a current list of businesses that offer testing locally. The Health Collaborative has additional information. Several Clermont County Public Library branches have a limited supply of COVID test kits. Please call your local branch to check on availability and to schedule a time to pick up a kit. The number of test kits is limited to two per person.
Test kits can also be ordered from the U.S. Post Office. Click here to order 4 free at-home kits that will ship when they are available from the manufacturer.
Additional information about testing kits & sites
For more information about the kits and testing, please visit the Ohio Department of Health’s information on Rapid Testing and the Testing and Community Health Center Dashboard, as well as the Centers for Disease Control.
The Library & test kits
The Library is working in partnership with the Ohio Department of Health to provide test kits to Clermont County residents. When the Library has kits, they may only be picked up using our no-contact curbside service or Bethel’s drive-thru window. The tests must be taken at home. Library staff members cannot assist guests beyond handing out the test kits. The number of test kits is limited to two per person.
- Amelia – 513-752-5580 (58 Maple St.)
- Batavia – 513-732-2128 (180 S. Third St.)
- Bethel – 513-734-2619 (611 W. Plane St.)
- Felicity – 513-876-4134 (209 Prather Road)
- Goshen – 513-722-1221 (6678 State Route 132)
- Miami Township – 513-248-0700 (5920 Buckwheat Road)
- New Richmond – 513-553-0570 (103 River Valley Blvd.)
- Owensville – 513-732-6084 (2548 U.S. 50)
- Union Township – 513-528-1744 (4450 Glen Este-Withamsville Road)
- Williamsburg – 513-724-1070 (594 Main St.)