These Sacramento Libraries Are Set To Reopen To The Public

By Rebekah Gonzalez

February 1, 2021

The Sacramento Public Library announced it will be reopening 21 locations to the public starting February 9.

In a press release, the library system said those 21 locations will be open for browsing with limited occupancy.

Throughout the pandemic, the libraries have been offering curbside service for patrons to check out and return books. People can still choose to use the curbside option and make one-hour computer appointments at 20 locations.

In addition to limited capacity, the Sacramento Public Library is also requiring all patrons and staff to wear face masks during their stay in the libraries. Patrons will also have to observe all signage and markers that will allow for social distancing.

Each guest is limited to one hour inside a library. Hand sanitizing stations will also be provided before guests enter.

The following libraries will be open for browsing next week:

  • Arcade
  • Arden-Dimick
  • Belle Cooledge
  • Carmichael
  • Colonial Heights
  • Del Paso Heights
  • Elk Grove
  • Fair Oaks
  • Galt-Marian O. Lawrence
  • Isleton
  • Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Nonie Wetzel Courtland
  • North Highlands-Antelope
  • Rancho Cordova
  • Rio Linda
  • Robbie Waters Pocket Greenhaven
  • Southgate
  • South Natomas
  • Sylvan Oaks
  • Valley Hi-North Laguna
  • Walnut Grove

The Ella K. McClatchy, North Natomas, and Orangevale libraries will all remain closed.

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