Superior Public Library To Temporarily Suspend In House Services Due To Pandemic
According to a statement from the Superior Public Library as of today Monday November 16 they will be suspending in house services until November 30 when they will reevaluate the situation. The reason for the closing is due to the rise of COVID-19 cases being reported in Douglas County, availability of staff due to quarantine and also Governor Tony Evers executive order urging people to stay home.
Superior Public Library wants to stress nobody form the public has been exposed , this is for precautionary measure with no access available in the building for the next 2 weeks. They will revaluate the situation every 2 weeks from here on out. For now the following services will not be available until further notice: Public Computer/Printing Sessions, Copying and Faxing Services, Public Browsing and Checkout.
The library will still be offering Contact Free curbside material pick up. To request contact-free curbside pick-up, please call (715) 394-8860. Superior Public Library will continue to offer free WiFi, which is accessible from the parking lot, and will be accepting material returns in the outdoor bookdrop. Staff will still be available to answer phone calls at (715) 394-8860 between these hours: Monday-Friday: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm (till 7:00 pm on Tuesdays) and Saturday: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. for more information check out their website to see all the library has to offer.