Orange County, Fla. — Just like the state governor's plan for re-opening the state, the Orange County Library System says their regular services will happen in phases. It began on May 6 when the library's call center re-opened and it continues on Monday, May 11.
On May 11, their home delivery service will resume as the staff will begin processing holds. The courier service will then start delivery on the 12th. Book drops will also reopen that day, except for the Alafaya branch, which is undergoing a refresh.
On May 18th, the following branches will be open through Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm for essential services only:
- South Trail
Essential services will be limited only for returns, grab and go's as well as up to one hour of computer time. During this time, only 25 percent of capacity will be allowed and you will not be able to use the charging stations, meeting rooms or seating areas. Also, anyone in the building is required to wear a mask.
On May 26, the following branches will be open through Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm for essential services only:
Finally, on June 1, the Orlando Public Library will reopen through Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm for essential services only. However, the Melrose Center will be closed and you can only use the restrooms on the first floor.
You can get additional information here.