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SERVICE UPDATE: Library Bookdrops and Curbside Pickup Now Available

To Our Patrons and Community: The health and wellness of our OC Public Libraries’ staff and customers is our main concern. Based on recommendations from the County of Orange and in concurrence with guidelines issued by the Governor of the state of California to limit the number of people in a public building and to help curtail further spread of COVID-19 in our communities, all OC Public Libraries remain closed.

Bookdrops and contactless curbside pick-up are now available. Learn more about Curbside Pick-Up HERE.
Please note: These services will be available at the Costa Mesa Donald Dungan library on June 20th.

In this interim time, although our doors may be closed, there are many ways you can still connect with our library services. OC Public Libraries’ robust digital services give library card holders 24/7 free access to ebooks, audiobooksmagazinesmovies, resources and more. You can also enjoy virtual programming at ocpl.org/virtualprograms 

Friends of the Library Bookstores are all closed. Bookstores are not accepting donations at this time.

For official updates about the coronavirus visit the OC Health Care Agency website.

We are pleased with the great strides our staff has made and look forward to resuming full library services as soon as we can. 
Thank you for being a patron of the OC Public Library system.

Updated: June 17, 2020