Curbside Service now available from the Library

The La Vista Public Library will begin offering limited curbside pick-up service to patrons May 20.

This service is available to those who currently have a library card and will take place Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

There are three options to request materials from the Library during this time:
  1. Call 402-537-3900
  2. Send an e-mail to
  3. Place a hold on the desired materials by visiting the Library’s online catalog ( and logging in to your account.

Patrons can request up to five items every seven days and must have less than $60 in overdue fines.

When requested materials are ready to be picked up, Library staff will call the patron with a specified pick-up day and time. To pick-up materials, patrons will arrive at their designated time on the west side of the Library. If a patron has no cell phone, a specific time will be agreed upon for the pick-up.

Materials can be returned at any time using the book drop on the west side of the building. Any items too large for the book drop, such as board games, should not be returned until the Library is open again. Patrons will not be allowed to return items to staff when retrieving other items.

All staff will be wearing masks and practicing social distancing whenever possible, and all materials will be sanitized before being distributed and after being returned to the Library.
Summer Reading Program 2020
Imagine Your Story: A Virtual Experience
The La Vista Public Library’s Summer Reading Program will look a little different in 2020 because of the pandemic, but we’re excited to launch a virtual program that will begin June 3 and go until July 29.

The theme this year is Imagine Your Story, and we’ll be using a free app called Reader Zone to log your reading experiences!

You can register your family and join our program in just a few easy steps, and soon you’ll be working your way toward your summer reading goal!
Merrymakers Concert
The La Vista Senior Center hosted a special event last Thursday.

It was our first social distancing event, so the seniors stayed in their car for the entire event. The Merrymakers performed for this event, and the seniors seemed to really enjoy the music!

The La Vista Senior Center will be hosting more events in the coming months.

For more info., visit our website, .
#LoveLaVista Chalk Art Contest
We are in Week 3 of the  #LoveLaVista  Chalk Art Contest!

This week's theme is La Vista Police & Fire! The Week 4 theme will be "What do you love about La Vista?

Draw and create something about the men and women who keep our community safe, and then submit a photo on our website at .

The contest has three age groups, weekly themes and prizes!
#LoveLaVista Hashtag Challenge
To help your family keep their bodies, minds and imaginations active during these wild times—and to celebrate La Vista’s 60th anniversary—we’ve launched the La Vista Hashtag Challenge!

To play, simply
  1. Do any (or all) of our 60 challenges
  2. Post a photo/video of you doing the challenge on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram
  3. Use the #LoveLaVista hashtag!

We’ll share the best submissions, and compile them all online! Learn more and download our challenge sheet here: .
Ballroom Dancing Class
Join Terry Vargas, a ballroom dancing instructor from the La Vista Community Center, for a dance class teaching some basic steps and moves!
Fun Friday #6:
Paper Airplane Challenge!
In this week's Fun Friday, Assistant Recreation Director David Karlson is joined by a special guest for the paper airplane #LoveLaVista Hashtag Challenge!

For more information on this program, visit our website, !
The agenda for the June 2 City Council meeting will be available for viewing after 4 p.m. on Friday, May 29.
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La Vista City Hall
8116 Park View Boulevard
La Vista, NE 68128
Phone:  402-331-4343
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