Library update

Are Weber County Libraries closed?
All locations closed at 12 noon on Tuesday, March 17. All events, programs, and outreach have been canceled, along with meeting room reservations. This was a precautionary measure to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).

How long will the libraries be closed?
Weber County Libraries will be closed to the public at least from Tuesday, March 17 through Wednesday, April 1, tentatively. At this time, we will determine if it is prudent to reopen.

Will the buildings be staffed during the closure?
Yes, Weber County Library staff will be on site at all locations. At this time, the Library has no reason to believe any of our staff or patrons has come into contact with Coronavirus. While we are closed, buildings, materials, furniture, and equipment will be scrubbed and sanitized in anticipation of welcoming community members back to their libraries as soon as is recommended by public health officials.

What if I have materials checked out? Will they be overdue?
Due dates for all materials checked out have been extended until Tuesday, April 7. Outside materials handling systems and book drops will be open 24 hours a day to accept returns. During these unique circumstances, DVDs may also be returned to the book drop.

Are materials still available while the Libraries are closed?
While patrons will not be able to access our physical collections, our digital library is always available for cardholders, including our vast collections of eBooks, eMagazines, audiobooks, and movie streaming. Explore the digital library at:

Cardholders are invited to explore databases and other online services provided by the Library. These resources make excellent homework help for students of any age. There are databases and resources on topics such as arts and crafts, language learning, genealogy, and more:

Can I sign up for a library card while the Libraries are closed?
Unfortunately, library card applications must be processed by a staff member in-person. We recommend coming in to sign up for a library card when we reopen.

Where can I learn more about the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation in Weber County?
The Library has collected relevant local resources and made them available on our Consumer Health page: