The Brossard Georgette-Lepage Library will be open again every day, starting September 8.
Citizens now have access to six computer stations as well as to work tables, in accordance with government instructions with regard to hygiene and physical distancing measures. Equipment and surfaces are disinfected regularly.
Although the library is open, patrons are encouraged to return materials borrowed from the outdoor falls.
In addition, some of the library’s activities will be offered again this fall. Most will take place online, but a few will be held on-site when sanitary measures can be met. Details of the fall program are available on the library website.
The contactless loan service is always available on request (450 923-6304, extension 6276).
For the safety of citizens and that of municipal employees, people who come to the library and town hall must meet the following conditions:
- have no symptoms of the coronavirus;
- not return from a trip outside the country for less than two (2) weeks;
- not having or having been in contact with a person with COVID-19.
Preventive measures are also in effect at the library:
- compulsory face covering;
- hand disinfection at the entrance;
- maintaining, when possible, a physical distance of 2 meters between people;
- compliance with traffic signs;
- use of equipment and furniture identified as available only;
- return of documents to the outer chute.
The library hours will be Monday to Friday, from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday, from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
(Source: City of Brossard)