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Snohomish Library reopens to come in for a quick shelf browse and checkout

In related news: Everett Libraries have reopened for limited capacities

SNOHOMISH — You can come, but don’t linger.
Last week, the Snohomish Library on Maple Avenue, among a few others, were reopened for what the library system calls “Grab ‘n’ Go” service.
Customers can now come in to browse library materials again. However, the number of customers will be limited and they must limit their time in the building to 30 minutes. To visit, you must wear a face-covering (including for all children over age 2).
Rebecca Loney, Director of Public Services, said Sno-Isle Libraries is taking a sequential approach to adding limited in-building services to community libraries. “We will also continue to offer our customers their choice of contact-free and online services and programs,” Loney said.
All 23 Sno-Isle Libraries community libraries offer contact-free services including pickup of materials, printing, laptop and Wi-Fi checkouts and more. Online services and resources are available 24-7 through the recently redesigned website,
The library system also offers the ability to borrow laptops.
Other Sno-Isle libraries that are open are in Freeland, Darrington, Camano Island, Brier, Coupeville, and Lynnwood. The Marysville Library is providing a meeting room for computer access.
Libraries in Arlington, Clinton, Mill Creek and Lake Stevens do not meet the guidelines and will continue with contact-free service but not offer in-building options at this time, the library system said.




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