Library Remains Closed Due to Coronavirus

With the growing Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in Kentucky, the Anderson Public Library will continue to remain closed until further notice. Following the guidance from Governor Andy Beshear, the library takes the situation seriously and wants to ensure the wellness and safety of its members, staff, and residents of Anderson County.

Even though the library will remain closed, all digital resources will be available to members, which includes thousands of eBooks, audiobooks, videos, and much more. Anderson County residents that aren’t currently library members can apply for a special digital only card that will give access to those resources.

All library members can hold on to their checked out books and DVDs while the library is closed. All late fees will be waived and due dates will be extended during the closure.

Unavailable Services During Closure

The following services will not be available while the library is closed:

  • Physical Item Checkouts & Reserves (Books, DVDs, etc)
  • Inter Library Loan
  • Adults and Children Programs
  • Meeting Room Reservations
  • Maker Space/History Room Use
  • Computer Tutoring
  • Outreach Delivery
  • Copies and Faxes
  • Public Computer Use and Wifi

The library is currently not accepting book donations.

Library administrators will continue to closely monitor the situation. Please watch the library’s website and Facebook page for subsequent announcements.

Resources on the Coronavirus Outbreak

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