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While our building remains closed, we are providing virtual services and working on reopening plans.
Dear Fayetteville Free Library patrons,
We hope this update finds you safe and well and that the library's virtual programs, resources, and services have been a support to you during these challenging times.
Since the County Executive announced the Central Library and the city branches would be offering limited curbside pickup beginning on May 26th, we wanted to provide you with an update on where Fayetteville Free Library is in this process.
The Central Library and the city branch libraries are a department of County government. Fayetteville Free Library, like many other local suburban libraries, is an independent, private non-profit that falls under the Governor’s shutdown order and subsequent re-opening guidelines. As such, we are not included in NYS business reopening plan as part of Phase I re-opening, and are awaiting additional state guidance regarding the future reopening our library. In the mean time, we are planning and preparing to safely offer pickup services once the state approves us to do so.
We will keep you informed of any developments. Our biggest concern is the health and safety of staff and patrons and we will take the time to reopen in a safe and thoughtful manner.
Staff members are currently available to answer your questions or offer assistance via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wireless internet is available from the library parking lot daily.
All due dates have been reset to July 1st, so don’t worry about late fees!
Visit fflib.org to learn more about our downloadable items and virtual programs!
Thank you so much!