What's New

February 8, 2021

Beginning February 8, the Fort Lupton Public and School Library will resume browsing in addition to curbside service and technology use. Technology available includes computers, printing, scanning, faxing and copying. 


You must wear a mask that covers your mouth and nose to enter the library and keep your mouth and nose completely covered during your time in the library. We ask that when you visit the library you follow social distancing guidelines and observe our directional signage. Face shields will not be an acceptable substitute for a mask. If you have a medical exemption, please call ahead and we will accommodate you curbside. There will be no entry to the building without a mask. 

 Items currently checked out can still be returned through the book drop and new items can be placed on hold for curbside pickup through your library account or over the phone at 303-857-7180. We recognize that the library provides important services to our community. If you have any questions or need any assistance, please give us a call at 303-857-7180. Know that our digital library is always open! We invite you to explore options for e-books, e-audiobooks, music, and movies / shows.

Vulnerable Population Hours: 

9:00a – 10:00a Monday – Saturday


Hours:

Monday – Thursday  9:00a – 6:00p 

Friday 9:00a – 5:00p  

Saturday 9:00a – 3:00 p  


City of Fort Lupton Coronavirus Information

 

FAQ: 

Is a mask required? 

Entry to the building will be permitted only if you are wearing a mask that covers your mouth and nose the entire time you’re inside the building. If you have a medical exemption, please call ahead and we will accommodate you curbside. There will be no entry to the building without a mask. 

 

Can I use a computer, print, copy, scan or fax?

Yes. Computer stations, printing, copying, faxing and scanning are all available for your use at limited capacity.  

 

What about Curbside Pickup?

We are still offering and encourage curbside pickup. Please continue to place items on hold and we will contact you to schedule a pickup time. 

 

Are you still offering programs?

Yes! All programs are being offered virtually via our Facebook page and Go To Meeting. You do not need to have a Facebook account to participate in these programs. For Go To Meeting, simply use the link and password (if listed) in the event descriptions on our website here or Facebook here. 

 

What will happen to my items on hold?

You will be notified when your items are ready to schedule a curbside pickup. 

 

Can I return my items?

You can return you items now using the book drop. To ensure the health and safety of our patrons, returned items will be held for a specific time to meet CDC guidelines before recirculating. 

 

How many persons are allowed in the building?  

27 persons, excluding staff, will be allowed in the building at one time. 

 

Where can I find online movies, books, and music? 

All of our streaming and downloadable services are available now. This includes Overdrive/Libby (ebooks, audiobooks, and comics), Hoopla (music, movies, ebooks, audiobooks, and comics), Kanopy (movies), Freegal (streaming and downloadable music), and Flipster (magazines). 


Where can I find community resources? 

We have gathered a list of local resources for you here.   

 

What about ILL and Prospector?

We will waive all fines on Interlibrary Loan and Prospector items once they are returned.