The Swan Hill Regional Library will be reopening for click and collect services from Monday, 1 June.
Swan Hill Rural City Council Manager Cultural Development and Libraries, Camille Cullinan said following the recent easing of COVID-19 restrictions, the Library would be taking several steps to reopen the Library.
“To ensure the safety of our staff and book loving community we will be taking a staged approach with our reopening process.
“From Monday, 1 June the Library will reopen for click and collect services only,” she said.
Ms Cullinan said there were a number of ways customers can request library materials either online or over the phone.
“When items are available an appointment will be made with them to collect items from library foyer.
“Appointment times will be between 9.30am and 5pm Monday to Friday and there will be a 15 minute gap between each appointment,” she said.
Ms Cullinan said the library would also be commencing its Housebound Service from Tuesday, 9 June.
“The Library housebound service will be extended to other library customers who are in the high risk category and not currently receiving this service.
“It will also be extended to customers in outlying communities who would usually access the Mobile Library Service,” she said.