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In the interest of public health, there are a number of new strategies that Taylor Community Library is taking to help mitigate the community’s risk to the COVID-19 outbreak. This is a rapidly evolving situation. For the latest information and guidance on COVID-19, please refer to the Centers for Disease Control, State of Michigan, Occupational Safety & Health Administration, and the World Health Organization websites.
Until further notice, the Taylor Community Library building is closed to visitors.
Please do NOT return items for the time being. Due dates are being extended and the Taylor Community Library does not charge late fees.
Curbside PickupCurbside pickup has been suspended at this time.
Use the library from homePlease be aware that the library is available 24/7 through our digital download and streaming services. You will need a library card to login. Temporary cards are being issued. If you do not know your PIN, it is most likely either 1234 or the last four digits of your phone number. Please call the library at 734-287-4840 during regular open hours if you need assistance.
Free Internet OffersThose without internet access at home, please be aware that a number of companies are providing free internet services to those who qualify for a limited period of time. Check the links below to see if you qualify.
Public EventsPlease use the online calendar to check the current status of scheduled events. At this time, we intend to hold our regular discussion-based events via teleconference, and are holding additional events via social media. No in person participation will be allowed. Please check Facebook and Instagram for more details on events held on these platforms.
VolunteersUntil further notice, the library is suspending all volunteer assignments. If you were scheduled for a volunteer shift, please do not come in. The volunteer coordinator will communicate directly with current volunteers for more information.
Recommendations from the State of MichiganThe State of Michigan recommends using good hygiene practices to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other respiratory diseases:
If you or someone you know is experiencing financial hardships due to employment concerns, you can learn more about applying for expanded unemployment coverage through this digital factsheet.
As the situation changes, we will explore additional services to ensure that the community has everything they need to weather this difficult time. Stay tuned to our website and social media channels or call at 734-287-4840 for updates.