Menomonee Falls Public Library has implemented new procedures to protect the safety of patrons and staff. On Wednesday, July 15, the Board of Trustees voted for a mask requirement for all people above the age of 2 entering the Library. This requirement will begin on Monday, July 27. All attempts to provide equitable services to everyone will be made. Masks will be provided free of charge. Curbside pickup will continue. Wifi hotspots are also available for check-out.
The Lucky Day collection is now available to patrons to browse along with new materials, including large print books, adult fiction and non-fiction, and a selection of children’s and young adult new releases. This is the first step to expanding services provided by the Menomonee Falls Public Library.
“I am thrilled to see the progression of expanded services during my first week on the job,” says new Library Director, Jacqueline Rammer.” Safety of our patrons and staff remains my top priority and we will continue to follow the guidelines of trusted health officials in order to keep people healthy.” Rammer, who started on Wednesday, is eager to increase services in a safe and timely manner.
The Library will also now be offering a book order form for those who wish to see new releases and have a simple, contactless way to place holds. Those are available in curbside pickup orders or when picking up materials at the desk.
Menomonee Falls Public Library is part of a multi-library consortium which maintains the CAFÉ automation system. The Bridges Library System also offers access to rapid interlibrary loan and van delivery services, grants and other services. The Library Board is the policy making body of the library. The library director is the Administrator of these policies, and of the library and its staff. For more information visit menomoneefallslibrary.org.