NEWS: Lewisville Public Library closed due to public health emergency
UPDATED: March 25, 2020
Due to the Disaster Declaration and Executive "Stay At Home" Order issued by Denton County, all operations at the Lewisville Public Library will close at noon on Wednesday, March 25. The Library building remains closed. At noon on March 25 the drive-up window and book return will close. Patrons who have library materials currently checked out should hold onto those items and wait to return them when the Library re-opens. Lewisville library items originally due between February 25 and April 14 are now due April 15.
The Library will be answering questions via email, Monday-Friday, during the closure. Visit the Library website and click on Ask the Library. A library staff member will respond within 24 hours. At this time, the Library is not issuing new library cards. Use the Ask the Library online form to renew expired cards. Library cardholders may continue to use the Digital Library of eBooks & Media, Research Tools, and Learning Tools accessible from the Library's website. Accounts must be current and in good standing in order to access digital resources. Account balances may be paid online via the library catalog.
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