Euclid Public Library is excited to reopen its doors to the public for services beginning Monday, March 22, 2021.
Euclid Public Library will resume normal business operations such as material browsing, one-hour computer sessions, copying, faxing, and reference services.
Social distancing signs, placards, and personal protective equipment to protect the staff and the public have been installed throughout the library to reinforce CDC recommendations.
To ensure both the staff and people's safety, all public members, ages two and older, will be required to wear a mask to enter the Euclid Public Library.
Available hold pickups (new material requests can be placed through My Account, through our website “Chat with Us” feature, by phone 216-261-5300 x 5196, or via email). One-hour computer sessions will be available first-come, first-served.
As before, patrons are permitted up to $5.00 in printing per day at no cost. To minimize the spread of the virus, disinfecting wipes will be available for computer users.
Children, Teen, and Adult virtual programming will continue online until further notice. Weekly programs such as storytimes, author visits, and book discussions may be accessed online at euclidlibrary.org/libcalendar for online registration.
The library encourages patrons to continue accessing audiobooks, eBooks, music, and video streaming services through hoopla, Kanopy, OverDrive, and Libby. To ensure the safety of the staff and the public while supporting the State of Ohio and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the library recommends any public member to stay at home if they feel sick or show any symptoms of COVID-19, including fever.
Please continue to stay connected to Euclid Public Library online, on social media, and through our website. Thank you for your support and your patronage.