At this time of continued uncertainties, please know that Library employees remain focused on being a resource for all County residents. It is our hope that gatherings at your favorite library can resume in the near future. We remain committed to researching and providing as much online content as possible.
remains the best resource for online services; research; classes; homework assistance and other digital services. We have recently created additional Virtual Programs for patrons of all ages. There are so many ways for you to connect with our staff, we encourage you to participate in classes like yoga and stretch, cooking and baking, arts and crafts, storytime for adults, book reviews for teens and more. Many of you are using
Ask a Librarian
to get answers to your questions, so that service has been made more robust. The
Summer Reading Program
will be online this year from June 1st to August 1st. You can register now at
Additionally, our parking lots continue to serve as hotspots, because the libraries’ Wi-Fi is connected and extends, to some extent, outside the physical buildings. If you are inclined to take advantage of that connectivity, please remember to use social distancing guidelines.
Frequently asked questions will be compiled as one way to update you on the way forward. Please bear with us as we research and rely on information available to us via national, state and local governments’ recommendations; information provided by the medical and scientific communities; and info available through Library and other industries’ best practices.
Finally, the Fulton County Board of Commissioners; County Manager and his leadership team; staff of the Library; Library Foundation; Library Board of Trustees and I, sincerely wish all the best for you, your family and friends.
Take care, stay safe. and stay tuned.