As part of its economic recovery plan, the Government of Ontario revised its list of stage 1 openings to include curbside pickup services by libraries. Haldimand County Public Library is now accelerating its program to offer pickup services in early June, finalizing staffing, procedural and, most importantly, safety details.
“We are working with our partners at Haldimand County and are in the process of procuring necessary supplies and ensuring adherence to best practices so that we can meet the needs of members effectively and wisely; we value our community’s patience and are eager to begin serving it again,” said Paul Diette, CEO of HPCL.
Details about the library’s curbside pickup program and it’s official start date will be posted on the library’s website and its social media platforms.
Residents who would like to make use of the library’s numerous online offerings or physically borrow books/media (once this service becomes available) may e-mail the library with their name and residential address to sign up for a library card.
For the most up-to-date local information about COVID-19, including facility closures and municipal service options, visit HaldimandCounty.ca/COVID-19 or follow the County on Facebook/Twitter. These channels are frequently updated with announcements regarding closures, re-openings and other important COVID-19 news.
For current public health information, visit the Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit website.