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The Dickinson Public Library has closed in response to the rise of COVID cases in the City of Dickinson and surrounding areas. The library is dedicated in providing the safest environment for our community and staff members. While the library is closed you may still reserve materials online for curbside service. We will not be applying fines during this time for late returns though we do encourage you to either return your checked out materials through curbside service or our drop-off window on the side of the building. Please call us at (281)534-3812 if you have any questions or need library assistance.
Dickinson Public Library Library is offering Curbside Service during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Help guide for Patron.
Using Library Curbside Services
Procedure for Curbside Services
Monday-Friday from 10:00 am- 5:00 pm
Reserve the book online, in our catalog, or call the library, and we can assist you over the phone. We will be limiting check-outs to 10 items per library card.
Please give our staff a one-hour window to pull and process the books before heading to the library for pick-up. Please be aware the item you place on reserve will be checked out to your library card once we have pulled them for pickup.
You have 5 days to come and pick them up after you place them on reserve. If item are not picked up in 5 days then they will checked back in for circulation.
When you arrive at the library to pick up your materials, please call the library at 281-534-3812, give us your name along with a description of your vehicle, and a staff member will bring the items out to you. We ask that you park in the front of the library building so we can quickly locate your vehicle.
The library is following American Library Association guidelines and quarantining the books for 72 hours before handling them and checking them back into the library collection. Along with quarantining the books, we are also sanitizing them as well. We are striving to make this service as safe as we can for both staff and the community until the library can open back up to full functionality.