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Library halts public programs

By submitted, 04/9/20 4:18 PM

PRESCOTT – The American Library Association (ALA) recommends that public libraries should leave WiFi networks on and available to the public during closures due to COVID-19.

Public K-12 Schools in Arkansas are closed to on-site instruction for the remaining school year. Allowing Wi-Fi will be available in the parking lots will provide a key resource for students’ and families’ ability to complete school activities during this time.

Our current crisis demands extraordinary measures. As most states and the federal government declare states of emergency, the library and other public facilities have closed temporarily to support critical social distancing efforts. Our top priority and concern are the health and safety of our library staff and the diverse communities we serve.

Prescott/Nevada County Library Closed for Public Health

UPDATE: PNCL will be closed to the public and all public programs have been suspended until further notice. Due dates have been extended so overdue fines will not accrue. Please do not return items to outdoor book drop. Library programs, CADC tax preparation/LIHEAP are suspended through closure. Book donations not accepted until further notice.

Contactless curbside pickup between 11:00 – 2:00, Tuesday – Thursday.

Library staff available via phone from 9:30 am – 5:00, Tuesday – Friday at

870-887-5846. Questions can also be emailed to nevcolib@gmail.com.

**Closure dates are subject to change and may be extended beyond the initial report. Information is updated as it becomes available through the Arkansas State Library.