Dear Library Users:
It was with a heavy heart that we closed the South Burlington Library on March 17 at 2:00 pm. The City of South Burlington, in coordination with the Chair of our Board of Trustees, made this difficult decision in order to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus. No date has been set for reopening, but we expect to stay closed for a few weeks. As always, stay up-to-date by checking our web page and following us on Facebook.
Despite our closed doors, Library staff are still available to help you. Call us at 846-4140 with questions from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Please leave a message if you can't get through immediately. We will call you back.
If you have items out, don’t worry about renewals or fines. All items currently checked out are set to renew automatically. There will be no overdue notices or fines accruing during this time. If possible, please keep your materials until the Library reopens.
Current South Burlington residents can access many library services 24/7 online using your South Burlington Public Library card. If you are a Homecard user and are having trouble accessing online resources, please contact your home library.
If you are a South Burlington resident without a library card, call us for a temporary virtual card, which will be good for the next 6 months. This will allow you to download digital books.
During this period, we will be sharing online resources to keep you connected with books, authors, ideas and interesting people – more on this to come. We also plan to develop tutorials on how to use certain electronic services.
For the most current coronavirus information visit the Vermont Department of Health and the CDC websites.
All of us here wish you the very best during these turbulent times,
Jennifer Murray and the Library Staff