The Los Angeles Public Library has announced it will begin reopening in phases for in-person services beginning May 3rd.
The county library system says the openings will begin at the downtown flagship location and 37 out of its 73 total branches!
Some of the services and amenities that will return with the opening include browsing, computer access, mobile printing orders, checking out library materials and the “Library To Go” contactless pickup service.
Mayor Eric Garcetti went to Twitter to share the exciting news:
According to reports, this is the second phase of the library’s reopening plan after all branches closed in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
To learn more about the reopening and see which 37 branches are participating, go to www.lapl.org/reopening.
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