Have a library book? Here’s how people in Fulton County will be able to return them

Have a library book? Here’s how people in Fulton County will be able to return them
Starting Wednesday, people who use Fulton County libraries will be able to use curbside pickup services. (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images) (Getty Images)

ATLANTA — Starting Wednesday, people who use Fulton County libraries will be able to use curbside pickup services.

This will also allow people to begin returning their library books and other materials to the local library branches.

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“County libraries will remain closed for typical in-branch library services, but items placed on hold by library patrons will be available for pickup from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday at designated library branches,” the library system said in a news release.

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“Our patrons have been so gracious during this challenging time, quickly adapting to the digital services only model of library services during COVID-19. Our staff has jumped in and created virtual programming, expanded our Ask a Librarian hours, implemented virtual book clubs, taught countless patrons how to use digital library services, but now, we are ready to get back to our branches and get books in hands,” library director Gayle Holloman said. “Patrons who wish to check out physical materials will be able to do so using the library’s new curbside model beginning July 1st.”