Bucks County Free Library
Coronavirus Action Plan
Bucks County Free Library has been closely monitoring information about the coronavirus (COVID-19), and is actively taking steps to help protect our staff and library users and reduce the spread of the virus.
All Bucks County Free Library branches will be CLOSED beginning Saturday, March 14, through Sunday, March 22.
At that time, we will evaluate whether we can reopen. In the interim, due dates will be adjusted accordingly and fine accrual will be suspended.
In addition, all library-sponsored programs and meeting room bookings are canceled through Saturday, April 4. This includes group events and individual technology help appointments. Any group that cancels a meeting room booking will be fully refunded.
The library will continue to follow the guidance of local, county, and state governments and the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). When the time comes, we will provide updates through
In the meantime, there are a myriad of ways that you can access the library from home:
- Use our e-library to borrow ebooks, e-audiobooks, and e-magazines and stream music and videos.
- Keep up with the news by reading The New York Times or use NewsBank to access news from publications around the world.
- Take advantage of our other online educational resources: Brainfuse (study help and live online tutoring) and LearningExpress (test prep and tutorials).
Thank you for your understanding as well as your patience during this unprecedented time. For the most up-to-date information on Bucks County Free Library's status, please visit our website at
. For the latest on how the coronavirus is affecting our area, you can monitor