SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - Beginning next week, the South Brunswick Public Library will be allowing limited use of its computers by appointment only.
South Brunswick residents age 18 and older can now reserve one hour of computer time inside of the Library building.
Appointments begin on Monday, July 6. To make an appointment, call 732-329-4000, ext. 7286. The hours for appointments match our Curbside To Go service and are:
Mondays and Wednesdays between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. and again between 4 p.m., and 7 p.m.
Friday and Saturday between noon and 3 p.m.
Face coverings must be worn; gloves are recommended.
There will be limited computer assistance available. Appointments are being offered with those in mind who may need public computer use the most, such as those needing access for unemployment claims, tax filing, and job searches.
This new opportunity is SBPL’s next step in service as it continues to follow its phased-in reopening plan. The Library is proceeding with caution, especially as indoor dining in New Jersey was just delayed because of unfavorable pandemic surges in states that have opened more quickly.
Curbside To Go borrowing service is doing well and more accessibility to the Library will be available in time as safety allows.
Please know that those persons with a computer appointment are there to use the computer only. There will be access to the Internet, Word, and Excel and printing. Library collections are not available for browsing and all borrowing must be done through Curbside service.
Thank you for your patience as we continue to serve you to our utmost ability during these challenging times. Our popular virtual programs and events for all ages can be found on our social media sites, Summer Reading for all ages is in full swing, and our Curbside To Go borrowing service has gotten off to a great start.