ENTERPRISE — The Enterprise Public Library, closed since the COVID-19 outbreak hit Oregon, will begin reopening in a modified fashion Monday.
The library will be staffed from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. from Monday-Thursday. Patrons can contact the library for porch or parking lot pick-up of new materials.
Some other library services returning to Wallowa County:
The holds function has been turned on for Enterprise. You can browse the online card catalog and place items on hold, catalog.sage.eou.edu
Interlibrary loan also will resume Monday, though it may take longer to fill holds because some libraries are not staffed or only partially open.
Staff will gather and package those items and contact the patron for pick up, placing items on the front porch at selected times or bringing them to patrons in the parking lot.
Those without internet access or who don’t feel comfortable using SageCat can call the library at 541-426-3906. You also can email firstname.lastname@example.org, or message the library via Facebook.
All returns must be put in the book drop. Staff is not allowed to take returns from patrons at this time.
If Wallowa County remains at the current healthy status, this plan will be in place from Monday through June 8.
, when an assessment will take place to consider open for scheduled appointments for browsing or limited internet access.