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TAYLOR, Texas – With an abundance of caution in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Taylor Public Library will begin to offer curbside pickup of library materials starting Wednesday, May 6. Curbside services will be offered Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Library asks that patrons place reserves through their library account online (https://taylor.biblionix.com/catalog) or call the Library at 512-352-3434. Residents will need to be sure to have their library card numbers handy when calling in. There will be a limit of five items per household, and some checkout limits will still apply. No new library cards can be issued at this time.
Library staff will pull reserved items and check them out to the patron’s library account. If items are not available, staff will contact the patron for more options. To pick up reserved items, staff will make an appointment for patrons to come and pick up library materials. Patrons picking up items will need to describe their vehicle to staff. Patrons can pull up in front of the library entrance during the scheduled appointment time and staff will bring items out. The Library asks that patrons stay in their vehicle, unlock the trunk or back door, and staff will put items in and close the trunk or door.
The Library asks that patrons use the outside book drop to return all library materials. All returned materials will be cleaned and quarantined before re-shelving.
The City of Taylor continues to monitor ongoing and fluid COVID-19 situation closely with the Williamson County and WCCHD. Updates will be posted at taylortx.gov and on social media as they become available. For more information, please visit www.taylortx.gov