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While Library locations are closed to the public, we will be here to assist you.

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Library Provided COVID-19 Resources

Over the next few days/weeks, Library staff will be curating and posting resources geared towards helping you and your family cope with the COVID-19 pandemic. Posts will include health information, government resources, as well as educational materials for you and your child - if it's out there, we'll find it! Please check back often and let your friends and neighbors know that the Palm Beach County Library System is here for the community!

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Library Informational Blog

Come back as we provide updates and information to help you navigate the current situation.

Apr 08
5:37 pm

Holds Date Extended - UPDATED

All currently available holds have had their pickup by date extended to Jun 08, 2020.

Apr 07
2:15 pm

New Due Dates - UPDATED

As of Apr 07, all currently checked out items to you will have a new due date of Jun 01, 2020.

Mar 31
2:09 pm

Freegal update

We are pleased to inform you that Freegal Music has upgraded its service from 5 hours of streaming to 24-hours-per-day streaming at no cost. This is a temporary upgrade and will be in effect until Sep 30, 2020.

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Stay Informed & Healthy

County administration and Library leadership are actively monitoring developments related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and the safety risks to staff and the public. At this time, based on current guidance, all Library operations will continue as normal.

The Florida Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommend the same steps for prevention of the coronavirus as those taken for the common cold and/or flu.

Tips to Help Avoid Catching a Cold or Flu

  • Wipe down and clean shared surfaces.
  • Avoid touching your mouth, nose and eyes and wash your hands thoroughly.
  • Consider getting a flu shot, especially for young children or elderly individuals.
  • Whenever possible, avoid people who you suspect are ill.
  • Exercise and maintain a healthy diet to ensure a strong immune system
  • Consult with your doctor about nutrition and supplements that support your immune system.
  • Ensure adequate consumption of water to stay hydrated.
  • Stay well rested.

Limit the Spreading of Germs

  • Cover your nose and mouth when you sneeze or cough.
  • Use tissues when you sneeze and make sure they are deposited in the trash.
  • If tissues are not available sneeze into your upper sleeve.
  • Wash your hands frequently.
  • Alternately, hand sanitizer can also be used
  • Use proper judgement to stay home when sick.

Keep Updated

As situations change and more information is received, additional updates will be sent out. For information on COVID-19, please visit:

Florida Department of Health – Important Update on COVID-19 cases in Florida CDC Coronavirus Disease 2019 WHO COVID-19 Outbreak