The Verona Public Library will reopen with limited services and limited capacity beginning Monday, July 6.
There are also some other new rules because of the pandemic. Face coverings must be worn at all times and visitors should practice social distancing while in the building. To minimize the number of people in the building at one time and to promote social distancing, the library says:
- Visitors may browse the collections and check out items, but curbside/vestibule pickup will continue for requested items. Items on hold will not be held at the circulation desk.
- Returns must still be placed in the book drop and not brought to the circulation desk so they can be properly handled and quarantined.
- Only two public computers will be available and sessions will be limited to 30 minutes. The library recommends that you call for an appointment if you need one.
- All programs will continue in a virtual format.
- Seating will be very limited.
- Groups will not be permitted to spend an extended amount of time in the building.
- Newspapers will not be available and magazines must be checked out.
- Meeting rooms will not be available.
- At this time, ReBL borrowing has been suspended. Only patrons with a Verona or other PALS Plus member library card may borrow items.
Temporary hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.