Press Release by OCLS
(April 3, 2020 – Orlando, FL) – The administration of Orange County Library System (OCLS) has announced that book drops for all 16 locations will be closed beginning Tuesday, April 7. Customers may return books at book drops through Monday, April 6. After that, they are asked to hold materials and return them when the library reopens.
The library remains closed, in keeping with orders from Mayor Jerry Demings and Gov. Ron DeSantis that Florida residents should stay at home to curb the spread of COVID-19 in our communities.
OCLS has extended the due dates for material from May 1 to June 1. During this period of time, library fines will be suspended.
OCLS has a wide variety of digital offerings for library cardholders, including a variety of online classes. Visit our website at ocls.info for more information on how to access these services, or to sign up for a library card online.
The library’s administration is taking the spread of COVID-19 very seriously and will continue to monitor the situation as it develops. Once the library reopens to the public, we may reschedule some classes and events. Please visit our website at ocls.info or follow us on our social media accounts to stay up to date on more information.
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