To Pickerington and Violet Township community members;
In response to Governor DeWine’s recommendations following confirmed Coronavirus, or COVID-19, cases in Ohio, the Executive Leadership Team at Pickerington Public Library feels that it is necessary to take a proactive stance in the interest of public safety. Beginning immediately, we are canceling all classes and events, meeting room bookings, outreach activities, and homework help services. We will be contacting those impacted by cancelations through phone or email. These temporary service changes will remain in effect at least until March 31.
Our staff is working to follow best hygiene practices for workplaces – including regularly Our staff is working to follow best hygiene practices for workplaces – including regularly cleaning and disinfecting surfaces and equipment in our buildings, making hand sanitizer available to staff and customers, and encouraging frequent hand-washing. We are temporarily removing all toys and literacy manipulatives from the public service floor. Furthermore, we are supporting social distancing by rearranging the library’s furniture to discourage group gatherings.
All Pickerington Public Library locations will remain open to the public at this time. We will continue to communicate any further library updates in regards to the virus on the library’s website and social media channels. In the meantime, the library’s free e-branch has many digital services available, such as e-books and audiobooks, streaming television and movies, and digital access to magazines and news publications.
Tony Howard – Director
Pickerington Public Library