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Forest Hills Branch Library Resumes Services as Renovations Near Completion

Computer access by appointment and expanded Contact-Free Pickup hours now available

SAN ANTONIO (January 12, 2020) — The San Antonio Public Library is pleased to announce that Forest Hills Branch Library is now providing computer access by appointment as well as expanded Contact-Free Pickup hours. Forest Hills Branch renovations, which began in late-September 2020, will soon be complete. The Branch began a modified schedule during renovations funded by the City of San Antonio’s 2017-2022 Bond Program. 
 
Contact-Free Pickup Hours*:  

Tuesday 12PM -7PM  
Wednesday – Saturday 10AM – 5PM  

 

Hours for computer access by appointment*:  

Tuesday 3PM – 7PM  
Wednesday – Saturday 1PM – 5PM 

 

*Please note services at Forest Hills Branch Library or any other San Antonio Public Library location are subject to change based on local health guidance. 

 

For more information on this and all other library projects part of the City of San Antonio's 2017-2022 Bond Program, visit guides.mysapl.org/bond2017. 
 
Library staff are available by phone, Monday - Saturday 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. at 210-207-2500, or by chat, Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., available at ask.mysapl.org.  

 

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The San Antonio Public Library: changing lives through the power of information, imagination, and ideas.   

For more than 110 years, the award-winning San Antonio Public Library (SAPL), has been a vital center for free learning, knowledge, communication, culture and enjoyment within the City of San Antonio and for all Bexar County residents. The Library system is comprised of a world-class Central Library, 28 branch libraries and a library outlet at the Briscoe Western Art Museum. Collections include an extensive collection of eBooks, eAudiobooks, movies and music as well as physical items such as printed books and DVDs. All locations are hubs for Wi-Fi broadband access and provide access to computers and other digital technology. In addition, Central Library and branches offer programs to serve the needs and interests of the community, including programs for all ages that support early childhood literacy, education, culture and economic development. For more information, visit mysapl.org. Be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @mysapl.  

  

San Antonio: America’s 21st Century City  

San Antonio is a global city with a dynamic economy and workforce, a deep cultural heritage and diverse communities that are resilient and welcoming. It is one of the strongest fiscally managed cities in the country, nurturing entrepreneurship, encouraging investment and funding infrastructure. America’s seventh-largest city offers a vibrant business climate and growth opportunities in bioscience, financial services, aerospace, cybersecurity, energy, transportation, manufacturing and healthcare. In 2015, UNESCO designated San Antonio’s 18th century Spanish colonial missions as a World Heritage Site – the first in Texas. Proudly called Military City, USA®, San Antonio is home to one of the largest populations of active duty military, veterans and crucial military commands. For more information, visit www.sanantonio.gov.  

  

 

 

 

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