The Portage Lake District Library will begin a phased reopening starting Monday.
The first of four scheduled phases, has employees returning to work to clean the library, accept the 4,500 items that have been checked out, quarantine the returned materials, and prepare for curbside pick up services.
Director Dillon Geshel.
Phase Two, expected to begin June 15th will see library hours from 10a-6p Monday through Friday, with curbside pickup, and patrons will also be able to sign up for no-contact homebound book delivery.
Phase Three tentatively set for June 22nd, will have limited patron participation, after employees have reconfigured space, to make it compliant with social distancing guidelines.
Group meetings and public events are still not allowed.
No time frame for Phase Four, which will be a complete return to in-person services and programs.
A link to check out the phased reopening plan is here.