Three Brampton library branches will reopen to the public on June 21
Local book lovers may soon be able to get that in-person experience at Brampton libraries.
In accordance with Ontario’s Roadmap to Reopen guidelines, Brampton Library will begin a phased reopening on June 21.
On that day, Chinguacousy, Four Corners, and Springdale branches will reopen for in-branch pickup of materials and access to computers, photocopiers, and printers.
Capacity will be limited to 15 per cent of maximum and the branches will close every 90 minutes for 30-minute cleaning periods.
There will no longer be a three-day quarantine period on returned materials and returns will continue to be accepted through the 24/7 external drop boxes at all locations. All other branches will continue to offer curbside pickup only.
Regardless of your branch, you will receive an email or voicemail notification that materials you have put on hold have been set aside for you to pick up.
Brampton Library continues to place the highest priority on the safety of customers and staff.
As Ontario moves into the next steps of reopening, they will continue to assess the situation in planning for the opening of our remaining branches, with more capacity and a return to regular services, including browsing of collections, reading and studying, and group meetings and programs.
The Digital Library remains, and residents can find out about virtual programs for all ages and interests in the events calendar.
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