Contra Costa County Library is celebrating an increase in open hours at 17 community libraries beginning Thursday, July 1, 2021. Nine libraries have increased hours thanks to funding from city partners. The County has also increased the number of base hours it funds at each library from 35 to 40, allowing for an increase in hours at eight libraries. In total, libraries will be open an additional 121 hours per week, 16.5 hours more per week than before the pandemic began.
Following the Independence Day holiday, three additional libraries will open to the public for the first time in more than 15 months. On July 6, the Pinole Library, which has been serving as a COVID-19 test site since May of 2020 will open. The Rodeo Library and the Crockett Library will reopen on July 6 and July 7, respectively. Two of the smaller libraries in the county, the outlets have offered only Front Door Service in recent months due to social distancing requirements.
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