BELMAR, NJ — Belmar Public Library is turning another page in its reopening, as copying, faxing and printing will be available through its E-Street Pickup curbside service, beginning on Monday, July 27.

Library patrons can bring their documents to the E-Street Pickup area — around the corner from its main entrance at 517 10th Avenue — where library staff members will be available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday through Friday, to fulfill these requests. They also can email their documents and USB media directly to the library as part of its request for services process.

"We are happy to announce the return of these services to our patrons as part of our gradual reopening process,” said library assistant Luis Pulido. “Patrons can now resume their use of library equipment and resources in a safe and secure manner.”

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Requests for services can be made by calling the library at 732-681-0775 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, or by emailing  at any time. Appointments will be required for pickup and only cash payments at the time of service will be accepted.

Click here to learn more about pricing and procedures — whether documents are being brought to E-Street Pickup or emailed to the library as documents or USB media. 

On July 16, Belmar Public Library launched E-Street Pickup, its new contactless, curbside service for book, audiobook and DVD requests.

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Upon arrival to E-Street Pickup, all visitors are asked to wear masks and maintain proper social distancing of six foot at all times. The library will continue to be closed to the public and no one will be allowed entry. 

To learn more about E-Street Pickup, visit the library’s website by clicking here.


Belmar Public Library continues to offer The 24/7 Virtual Library, the go-to place for digital online services, including:

  • eLibraryNJ, a downloadable digital media collection provided by libraries in central New Jersey.
  • Ebsco LearningExpress Library, a service of the New Jersey State Library that is organized into target learning centers to improve core skills, pass the GED, prepare for college, find job, join the military, become a U.S. citizen and much more.
  • Flipster, an easy-to-use digital newsstand where best-selling periodicals are accessible by computer, tablet or mobile phone.
  • Rosetta Stone to learn a new language.
  •, the world’s leading for classical music.
  • Graphic Novels and Comic e-Book, available through the end of August as part of a New Jersey State Library partnership with Biblioboard.
  • The New York Times (72-hour access).

To learn more about The 24/7 Virtual Library, visit the library’s website by clicking here.


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