Beginning Monday, March 15, 2021 ALL locations of the Chippewa River District Library will reopen to the public for limited browsing, public computer use, and other in-person services.
We are now moving into Phase 2 of our reopening. Our goal is to provide additional in-person options to better serve our customers and community, but in a way that moves people in and out as quickly, efficiently, and safely as possible.
The number of people allowed inside the building at one time will be limited, and everyone age 2 and older must wear a covering over their nose and mouth, maintain physical distancing, and comply with all state and county procedures. Lingering will not be allowed.
In addition, staff assistance will be limited, and staff will not be able to offer personalized computer help.
Here’s what Phase 2 Looks Like
Access to Building & Collections:
In-person services will be offered at each branch. Please verify the hours of the branch you wish to visit, as open times may have changed.
- Limited browsing (30 minutes)
- Holds pickup inside the building
- Public computer use (by appointment only)
- Wi-Fi access
- Printing, faxing, copying services
- Library card signups and renewals
Curbside pickup will still be available at each branch during their normal operating hours. Again, please verify open times at the branch you wish to visit.