March 13 2020

Burlington Public Library Closed To Patrons Until at Least March 28


The Burlington Public Library is the latest Burlington institution to close to the public in response to the Coronavirus situation. 

“Due to the COVID-19 virus outbreak concern, the Burlington Public Library will be closed beginning Saturday, March 14th and will tentatively reopen on Saturday, March 28th,” a post from the library states. 

During this time due dates and any holds ready to pick up will be extended through the date we reopen. You won't receive any fines, thanks to the library’s fine free policy. 


Though patrons won’t be able to enter the library the staff will remain on duty and be able to assist residents over the phone or online. 


“We are still here to assist with all of your informational and recreational needs,” the post explains. “eBooks, audiobooks, comics, movies, music, television shows, and scholarly databases are all available through our elibrary. Most importantly, staff will still be available to answer any of your questions via email or phone from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 10 a.m.  to 6 p.m. Friday.”


Call the library at 781-270-1690 or email the Reference Department at and they’ll be happy to assist you.


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