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Carleton Place Library Reopening

Carleton Place Public Library opens July 6 for public computer use, holds pickup

Library staff are pleased to announce that the library will open its doors on July 6 with new hours and expanded services.  


To keep library users safe, public computers have been spaced to allow for 6-feet social distancing.   Medical-grade keyboards have been installed for easy cleaning between uses, and new cleaning procedures have been implemented.   Computers are available on a first come, first served basis for 30-minute time slots.  Public printing, photocopying, scanning, and Wi-Fi services are also available.


Please note that browsing the collection is not possible at this time.


As the Library is operating under a limited capacity, we ask that visitors limit their stay to 30 minutes or less.


Circulation Services resume

The circulation desk has reopened!  This means you can come pick up your holds, renew or sign up for a library card, or pay library fines at the desk during open hours. 

An improved Curbside pickup will continue, now without the need to book a time for pickup.  Just call the library when you arrive, and staff will bring your holds out to you. 


Expanded Library Hours:

Monday-Tuesday: 10:30am to 8pm
Wednesday-Thursday: 10:30am to 5:30pm


Find out more about the library’s reopening plans here.