MUSKEGON — Muskegon Area District Library reopened to the public this week.
Officials said they are reopening to a limited capacity to adhere to COVID-19 guidelines.
Due to COVID-19, CDC guidelines and the Muskegon County Health Department, safeguards for the health and safety of staff and patrons are in place.
- Properly worn masks are required
- Building occupancy limited to 25% capacity
- Requested on-site limit of two-hour visits
- Computer reservations by appointment
- Convenient curbside drop-off and pick-up available
There are 10 locations within the district and patrons will be able to check out books and receive help from staff members.
Locations that are opening next month include: Dalton, Egelston, Holton, Montague, Muskegon Heights, North Muskegon, Norton Shores, Ravenna, the Library for the Visually & Physically Disabled and its Muskegon Township branch at a new location on 1910 E. Apple Avenue.
The library district offers free wifi and a variety of virtual programs.
For more information on hours and information about Muskegon Area District Library click here.