MORRISTOWN, NJ -  The Morris County Library has announced that beginning Tuesday, September 29, the library will partially reopen.

Thirty patrons will be allowed to enter the library at one time, said library officials. Facial coverings must be worn inside the library with no exceptions, they said.

The library will reopen the main stacks of the library for browsing. In addition, the following limited services will be offered:

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  • Circulation: walk-in, placing of holds, materials pick up.
  • Quick browsing in the Readers Services department ONLY.
  • Computers – computer usage is limited to 1 hour/once per day via sign-up (no reservations). Six computers will be available for patrons to use - 4 seated, 2 standing.
  • Printing Services – free unlimited printing and copying until further notice. Library staff will administer printing/copier functions.
  • Children’s Department – material will be checked out and collected from Children’s Pick-up Station.
  • Reference material – by consultation, only. Available with 24-hour notice.

The second floor, snack bar, public meeting rooms, public seating areas and study rooms remained closed.

Curbside service is still available. Book returns will be accepted via the Book Drop Bins only. These bins are located outside the front entrance of the library.

 

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