Summit County Library Update – 3/26/2020

The Summit County Health Department has issued a stay-at-home order to all residents, effective Friday, March 27. To encourage compliance with the order for library patrons and staff, please note the following changes to library operations:

Returns:  Please keep library materials safe at home with you until we reopen. We will continue to renew items for as long as we are closed, so please feel free to enjoy them longer.

Holds and the Henefer Book Locker: Holds will still be kept at all locations until we reopen. New holds will not be delivered to the Henefer Book Locker while the order is in effect.

Stay connected! We love our library community and we are putting our energy toward thinking of creative ways to continue serving you. Join our social media channels on Twitter (@SummitCountyLib), Facebook (@SummitCountyLibrary), and Instagram (@summitcountylibraryut) for updates and information on resources. You can also subscribe to our monthly newsletter via the home page.

Our digital library is open 24/7 and provides access to ebooks, audiobooks, movies, TV shows, language learning, art and craft classes, newspapers, magazines, and research and learning databases. If you haven’t already, we encourage you to explore them here.

If you need a library card, you can register online. A librarian will be in touch with your card number and PIN. If you already have a library card, your PIN is often the last 4 digits of your library card number.

For the full public health order, visit https://summitcountyhealth.org/coronavirus. If you have questions or concerns about the content of the order, please call the Summit County Community Concerns line at 435-333-0050.

For questions related to the library, leave us a voicemail at 435-615-3900 or submit your question online and we will get back to you as soon as we can.