Josephine County Libraries reopen for browsing – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News
Branches of the Josephine County Library reopen to in-person browsing on Tuesday.
Use of the indoor library resumes in all four branches
Branches of the Josephine Community Library reopen for in-person browsing on Tuesday as the summer and fall wave of COVID-19 cases continues to decline.
Customers will once again be able to re-enter indoors at Grants Pass, Illinois Valley, Williams and Wolf Creek branches during normal business hours.
During Grab & Go hours, customers can browse the library shelves, check out items, use computers and request printing of materials. Toilets and seats will be available.
Masks are mandatory and the number of people who can enter at the same time may be limited due to capacity building and social distancing requirements.
During this period, no library program will be held in person.
For more information on current library services, visit josephinelibrary.org, email [email protected] or call 541-476-0571.
Jackson County Libraries reopened to in-person browsing in early October after they were also closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
During the closures, libraries in both counties continued to provide books via a pick-up service at library entrances.