Outagamie County is now an area of high transmission.  As such, face coverings are required to enter this facility for those ages 3 and up. 
 Curbside services are available and will be increased as a result of current rates.

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LIBRARY CAPACITY

In conjunction with new CDC guidance, face coverings will be required inside the library for visitors ages 3 and up now that Outagamie County rates have moved to the high category.

The Kaukauna Public Library is open computer use, holds pickup, and intentional browsing with a reduced capacity.  Check current capacity herehttps://app.safespace.io/api/display/live-occupancy/d17a769b?view=icon

Library staff are happy to be able to safely welcome patrons into the building. Visitors are reminded that face coverings must cover the nose and mouth, and will be required to enter the building and during their entire visit.  A face covering does not include face shields, mesh masks, masks with holes or openings, or masks with vents. The Library asks that visits be intentional, sending a limited number of household members into the building whenever possible.  No appointments are required to visit, but the building is opened with a limited capacity.  You can check current capacity before your visit online here.  The TV screens in the Library lobby will also indicate current capacity levels.

Please be aware that the play area is still unavailable. 

Study Rooms are available for single use each day on a first come, first served basis. Face coverings are required while using study rooms. Once a room has been used one time, it will not be available until the following day.

Meeting Rooms are available with reduced capacity.  Learn more about how to request a meeting room and space limits here.

The children’s department Preschool Play Area and other play spaces and activities will not be available. Please note that food and drink are not welcome at the library during this time. Limited tables are available for individual study use, though the library asks that visits be kept as brief as possible to allow all those wishing to use the library availability.  WiFi continues to be available outside the library in the garden and can be accessed from a vehicle by parking in the spots closest to the Interactive Learning Garden entrance. Storytime and other programs and events are available with registration required. Visit the Events Calendar for details about each event. 

Curbside Service: Those that are not comfortable visiting in person, or who are unable to wear a face covering are encouraged to continuing using curbside service. Curbside pickup and service is available Tuesday and Thursday 10am-11am and 5pm-6pm.  Schedule curbside pickup on the Library’s website calendar or by calling 920-766-6340 x2 during regular business hours.

Graphic Describing Safety Procedures to Follow at the Newley Reopened Library

During the building closure the Kaukauna Public Library continued to provide nearly every service it offers through their curbside model, including item pickup, copy/fax services, and computer use. In 2020 the Kaukauna Public Library offered 325 virtual programs, served 6,550 individuals and families through curbside pickup, and with the help of community partners and volunteers, distributed over 9,800 pounds of food through their Little Free Pantry and pop-up pantry events.

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