BILLINGS - The Billings Public Library will close to the public on Wednesday, the city announced in a press release.
The library will transition to curbside and online services, the press release states, and the main building will remain closed through Nov. 9.
Here's the full press release:
Effective Wednesday, Oct 14th through Monday, Nov 9th, the Billings Public Library will be closed to the public.
During this time the library will continue offering curbside pickup. Curbside hours will not change, and will continue to be available Monday-Friday from 11am-5pm.
In addition, the library offers a wide variety of online services and resources available 24/7 from our website, and the Bookmobile and Senior Outreach services will continue as usual.
For curbside delivery instructions, online resources, remote program details, and up to date information, please visit the Billings Public Library web page and our social media pages.
The library tentatively plans to open back to the public on Tuesday, Nov. 10, but is subject to change in response to the developing COVID-19 situation in Yellowstone County.
The health and safety of our community is of paramount concern and importance, and we hope you all understand and appreciate the measures we are taking to ensure the ongoing welfare of the citizens of
Yellowstone County. We look forward to serving you to the best of our ability now and in the future. For questions, please call the Library at 657-8292