BROWN COUNTY (NBC 26) -- Starting today, the Brown County Library announced it will reopen its buildings for controlled access to computers by appointment only. The library says reservations are required.
This is part of the Brown County Library's “Chapter 2” of its reopening plan. The library hopes this reopening will benefit job seekers and anyone else in need of Internet access.
The library is recommending people wear face masks and maintain social distancing while in the library. Hand sanitizing stations will be available, but library bathrooms and drinking fountains will be closed. No food or drink is allowed and access to restricted library areas is not allowed.
The library has installed protective barriers and provided masks, gloves, and face shields to staff.
Reservations are required – call the library to make an appointment.
- Central Library 920-448-5824
- Ashwaubenon Branch 920-492-4913
- East Branch 920-391-4600
- Kress Family Branch 920-448-4407
- Weyers-Hilliard Branch 920-448-4405
- Southwest Branch 920-492-4910
- Pulaski Branch 920-822-3220
- Wrightstown Branch 920-532-4011
Reservations are limited to one hour per day. There are no age restrictions. Reservations include free printing up to 20 pages per day. One person will be allowed at each computer; necessary exceptions may be allowed on request.
The library says computer and technology help availability will be limited. Computer users will be required to wear a mask if seeking technology assistance.
The library remains closed for all other in-person services. Contactless pickup of materials continues at all locations except the Denmark Branch. For details on this service, visit browncountylibrary.org/pickup.