Mississauga libraries extending return dates for all checked-out items
Libraries in Mississauga are closed to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
In an abundance of caution, Mississauga has elected to close libraries across the city as of March 14 and lasting until April 5.
While the physical buildings will be closed, the City’s online library services will still be available online.
This includes eBooks, magazines, downloadable audiobooks and streaming movies, music and television shows, as well as research tools for online learning.
Those who do not have a Mississauga library card can sign up for a virtual card online and receive instant access to the online collections and resources.
Additionally, bookdrops at all libraries are closed until the week of April 6.
All items that have been signed out have had the deadline extended to April 10, and there will be no additional fines for items that are already late.
Further, refunds for March Break program tickets will be available upon reopening.
Cover photo courtesy of the City of Mississauga’s website
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