Kaukauna Public Library COVID-19 Update
For your safety and the safety of our staff, the Kaukauna Public Library will close to the public until further notice. Staff will continue to make programs and content available to you through the Library Facebook page and YouTube channel. Find digital resources like free ebooks through Wisconsin's Digital Library, TumbleBooks, and RB Digital. Visit InfoSoup.org for a full list of online services.
To reach library staff: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 920-766-6340 Ext # 2 Monday - Friday 8a-8p
For Technology Help/Questions: email email@example.com or call (920) 372-2620, Monday - Friday 11a-5p.
We will do our best to continue to serve our patrons, however we ask that you give us a few days to come up with some safe alternatives for library service. We will continue to update our webpage and our social media sites with information as it becomes available.
We understand that this is a frustrating situation for everyone, but together we can make the difference to keep our community safe from infection.
The Library System is currently working on extending due dates on materials, but we are also a fine free facility, so you do not need to worry about fines accruing during this time. Our book drop will also be open, however, we will be letting materials sit for a minimum of three days before handling them, so they will not be checked in right away. If you have holds sitting on our shelf before we close, they will still be there when we reopen to the public.
At this time, Library staff will continue to work while we are closed to the public. There are many projects in the Library that staff will complete while still following the CDC recommendation for social distancing. This situation may change at any time however, so we appreciate your understanding of our need for flexibility during this time.
Library staff will continue to respond to phone calls, answer messages, and respond to email as able.
What can you do?
Follow CDC Instructions: Wash your hands. Cough into your elbow. Stay home if you are sick.
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/
Wisconsin Department of Health Services: https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/disease/covid-19.htm