July 23, 2021

Carnegie Library Resumes In-Person Services

All Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh locations are open at full capacity with no time restrictions. Curbside pickup and virtual services are still available.

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh In-Person Services

In July, the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh resumed in-person services at full capacity at their locations across Pittsburgh. Here is what you can expect when visiting:

    • Expanded hours (including Mondays) and some additional morning and evening hours.
    • Capacity has returned to 100 percent.
    • Masks are no longer required for vaccinated staff or visitors. Children ages two to 12 years old and other vaccinated patrons should continue to wear masks while visiting.
    • Computer use time is unlimited unless others are waiting.
    • Laptop lending has returned and personal device use is permitted.
    • The return of furniture to help you relax, read, and work.
    • Meeting room spaces are not reservable or available for closed-door use.
    • In-person programming is still limited.
    • The Pennsylvania Department at the main location is currently not open for in-person visits.

COVID-19 Considerations

If you or a member of your household have a fever, cough, shortness of breath, feel sick (even if your symptoms are mild), or have been exposed to COVID-19 within the past 14 days, reschedule your visit to a later date. Carnegie Library offers a variety of digital materials, resources, and programming that are available 24/7. Curbside and virtual services are still available.

More Information

For more information, visit the Carnegie Library website or contact them via call, chat, or text:

    • Call: 412.622.3114
    • Text: 412.775.3900
    • Chat: Click the “How can we help?” icon on their website.

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