guidelines EFFECTIVE 03/02/2022
Guidelines are based on the latest recommendations from the CDC.
Masks are OPTIONAL in the library for all individuals
see the CDC covid DATA TRACKER here FOR the most up-to-date information on mask recommendations for rockland county.
ALL INDIVIDUALS ARE STILL ENCOURAGED TO MAINTAIN PHYSICAL DISTANCE OF 6FT FROM OTHERS WHENEVER POSSIBLE .
ALL INDIVIDUALS ARE ENCOURAGED TO PRACTICE HAND HYGIENCE.
- Available on a walk-in basis:
Browsing and checking out collections, Photocopying and Faxing,
A limited number of computers are available to allow for physical distancing (must have a valid RCLS library card)
Seating is available, including study carrels and the Teen booth
Not available at this time:
Library phones for public use, toys, puzzles, gaming computers
Call to inquire about meeting room availability
Do not enter the library if:
1. You have any COVID-19-related symptoms including but not limited to fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath; or,
2. You have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 10 days; or,
3. You have been in close contact with someone who has been infected with COVID-19 in the past 10 days
Programs are held either online, in person outdoors, or in person indoors at the programmer’s discretion.
Physical distancing of 6ft is still recommended throughout the building.
The Community Room has a maximum capacity of 40 people at this time.
Check our ONLINE CALENDAR for the most up-to-date info on programs.
Visit ADULT SERVICES BOOK A LIBRARIAN for information on remote one-on-one technology assistance or other reference help from a librarian.
GETTING A LIBRARY CARD:
To apply for a library card online, complete and submit this form. Click here
Kids and Teens:
Adult/Teen Services floor is available to patrons Grade 7 and above.
Children Grades 6 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
*See Addendum to Patron Code of Conduct EFFECTIVE March 2, 2022 for complete policy.