SAN ANTONIO (November 4, 2020) — San Antonio Public Library (SAPL) is pleased to offer extended services as part of its phased reopening plan. Phase 3 services include computer usage by appointment at Central Library and all branch locations* as well as the continuation of Contact-Free Pickup for holds with standardized hours. Wi-Fi service outside 29 locations continues to be available 7:30AM to 10:30PM daily. For more information regarding services and hours, please visit guides.mysapl.org/covid-19/how-to.
Please be advised the level of services the library will provide during the pandemic are subject to COVID 19 conditions.
Contact-Free Pickup Hours
· Tuesday 12PM – 7PM
· Wednesday – Saturday 10AM – 5PM
Computer Usage by Appointment Hours
· Tuesday 3PM - 7PM
· Wednesday – Saturday 1PM – 5PM
Library staff members are available by phone Monday – Saturday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. at 210.207.2500 and by chat Monday – Saturday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. at ask.mysapl.org. More information is available at guides.mysapl.org/covid-19/how-to.
* Forest Hills is undergoing renovations through January 2021 and McCreless is undergoing renovations through March 2021. Library services at those locations are modified as follows:
• Contact-Free Pickup: Tuesday 3PM-7PM; Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday 11AM-3PM
• Public computers are currently unavailable at these locations.
• Book drops remain open for materials to be returned.
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