COVID-19 and Your Community Library

By |2020-11-26T06:00:29-05:00November 26, 2020|

Mentor Public Library has reopened its Main, Headlands, and Lake Branches to the public, as well as The HUB in Mentor High School.

We have adjusted our health and safety measures to reflect new guidelines from the state and CDC. If patrons or staff are fully vaccinated, then face coverings are optional. All others are still required to wear face coverings while inside our branches.

We have also begun hosting some programs in-person outside of our branches. Click here to visit our online event calendar. Our programs are conducted in accordance with current health and safety mandates/guidelines, which are subject to change. We encourage all attendees to observe these rules so that in-person programing may continue. It is up to the individual to determine his or her level of comfort and acceptable risk when attending programs. If you are concerned about public gatherings, please do not attend.

Notary and passport services are still available by appointment only. You can also pick up printing jobs curbside or at our drive-thru, and even 3D printing jobs at our Main Branch.

COVID-19 is still present in our community. Here’s additional information from the:

We’re following the advice of experts so we can:

  • keep you and our other patrons as safe as possible
  • prevent additional spikes in COVID-19 transmission
  • continue to provide library programs and services to the community