Library reverts to virtual services due to pandemic


The city of Alexandria library system is in decline due to coronavirus concerns.

As of Monday, December 7, the library will offer curbside and virtual services until further notice.

Although the library buildings are closed, library staff will provide telephone support and virtual reference during curbside hours. In addition, electronic resources and databases will be available and virtual programming services will continue.

Residents can reserve items by logging into your account at Telephone service is also available.

Payment of fines and fees is accepted online. Checks or money orders can be mailed to your local library branch. No cash transaction can take place.

Timetables and additional information are available here.

“We apologize for any inconvenience library closures may cause, but we appreciate your patience and always appreciate your support,” the library staff wrote in a notification on the library system’s website. “We know that the Alexandria Library is a valuable resource for so many readers and supporters. To this end, we will be working closely with the City of Alexandria Government and the Department of Health. library will reconsider this decision and keep you informed of any changes. “

by the staff of Alexandria Living magazine

03 Dec. 2020

8:56 a.m.


Perry A. Thomasson