Library Services Expanding October 6
The Mission Viejo Library is reopening to the public by appointment on Tuesday, October 6. Patrons can make a reservation at https://cmvl.as.me one week in advance. Reservations are good for an hour, and a single reservation can include a family unit.
Patrons with appointments can obtain library cards, pick-up holds, browse the collection, check out new materials, get reference help and retrieve remote printing. Other services – including use of the study room, public computers as well as seating – will be phased in later in accordance with State COVID-19 guidelines.
Reservations are good for 50 minutes, and a single reservation can include a family unit.
- Tuesday Noon - 8 pm open by appointment
- Wednesday Noon - 5 pm curbside service only
- Thursday Noon - 8 pm open by appointment
- Friday Noon - 5 pm curbside service only
- Saturday Noon - 5 pm open by appointment
Masks and social distancing will be required while in the library. If you need an accommodation, contact 949-830-7100, ext. 5105 before your appointment time, so we can better serve you. We are excited to safely bring back our patrons to the library! For more information, email email@example.com.
Will book donations also be accepted again once the library reopens to the public on October 6?
The Friends of the Library are not yet accepting donations, but are working on getting ready. We'll post the news as soon as they're able to accept donations again.
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