Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh suspending in-person service
Virtual and curbside service to continue
In response to the Allegheny County Health Department’s stay-at-home advisory, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (CLP) is taking the preventive measure of suspending in-person service at all locations effective immediately. Virtual and curbside service, including digital content, book returns, outdoor WiFi and printing is still available.
In addition, patrons are able to connect with library staff seven days a week through CLP’s website, through text (412-775-3900) and by phone (412-622-3114).
There have been no documented reports of any patron or staff who have been exposed to COVID-19. However, the health and safety of our patrons is of the utmost importance.
Library officials are monitoring news and updates provided by the CDC, Allegheny County Health Department and the PA Department of Health related to the COVID-19 pandemic. As the situation, changes the Library will provide updates at carnegielibrary.org/reopening.
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Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is supporting individual achievement and strengthening the power of community. Through the community’s investment, the Library is enhancing the lives of people in the greater Pittsburgh region with dynamic and diverse resources such as creative learning programs for children and teens, job and career assistance for our community’s workforce, and free computer and Internet access for all. Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh builds community, enables learning, provides access and values people.