CLARK, NJ – The Clark Library is opening their doors to public on Wednesday, July 22.  According to information provided by library officials, open for business is not business as usual. 

Although, the library staff began curbside pick up and drop off several weeks ago, the building has been closed to the public since the COVID-19 pandemic started in March.   Opening the doors now brings some operational differences and requirements.    Patrons should be aware of the following:

  • The library will open under a schedule of reduced days and hours.   Check their website, phone message and social media for availability to plan a visit.
  • A face covering is always required.  Visitors are asked to maintain 6 feet social distancing boundaries and to follow the signs and floor markings. The number of visitors will be limited to maintain social distancing.  
  • Computers and photocopiers will not be available to the public.  Meeting rooms, seating areas, and study areas will also remain closed.
  • Curbside pickup and virtual programs will remain in place.  


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