All Washoe County libraries will be open again, approximately seven days a week, with reduced hours and services during the pandemic. The new openings and hours come into effect on Monday, October 11.
Washoe County Libraries have gradually opened their doors over the past year as pandemic restrictions have fluctuated. This final step of operations allows library users to access the full range of services in library locations: browsing collections, retrieving reservations, and using public computers and printers.
The Downtown, Sparks, Northwest and South Valleys System Libraries will be open seven days a week. The North Valleys, Sierra View and Spanish Springs Libraries will open six days a week, and the Incline Village and Senior Center Libraries will operate five days a week.
Partner libraries – those located inside schools or on public campuses – will be open to the public during after-school hours.
County libraries follow state and federal health guidelines and require masks for all visitors ages 2 and older. Those who do not wear masks properly will be asked to do so or may be asked to leave.
For a complete list of branch hours, click here.
Source: Washoe County
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