Library Closure, Online Resources & Coronavirus Information

Check here for updates about library materials, book drops, fees, and other library services affected during the closure.

All materials currently checked out have dues dates of April 13th. No items will accrue fines during the shutdown. If you feel the need to return items to our book drop you may, but please feel free to keep them until we reopen.

All currently checked items have been automatically renewed so no overdue fees will accrue during the closure.

All current holds will be cancelled. Patrons are asked to re-hold those items once the library is open. The cancelled holds will show up in the patron record so the patron or a staff memberd can easily re-hold the cancelled titles.

If your library card is about to expire, don’t worry. We have made adjustments so that your card will still work for our online resources such as eBooks and databases.

There will be a grace period to return items when the library reopens.

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work together to ensure the health of our community. đź’™

Electronic Resources

We are still working on easing access to our many electronic resources – we appreciate your patience.

Already have a library card? Great! Even if you forgot your PIN, your card was expired, or you had fines, please try to login. We have altered many login requirements, so you may be able to login right away. If you can’t, please email us.

Don’t yet have a library card? No problem, we thought of that too! Click here to sign up for a card so you can access electronic resources. (Please provide your email address in addition to the required fields so that, once we reopen, we can help you get access to ALL of our resources!) Problems? Email us!


Access our eLibrary! Read on phones, tablets, computers and eReaders including Kindle from our OverDrive website or on mobile devices using the Libby app.

Language learning for the whole family! Learn any of 163 languages with Personalized Courses, movies, music, and more. Includes new COVID-19 language course in 101 languages. Library cards signed up for before the shutdown still work but please note that we are still working on making the electronic library cards compatible with Pronunciator.  Thank you for your patience.

Tumble books

Tumble Math

Access children’s picture books, graphic novels! For books for teens, romance novels and more see the complete online resources link below!

Access newspapers from local, state, and national sources. (Note: we are still working on access to this electronic resource for users without pre-existing library cards in good standing.)

Value Line: reliable financial information.


Other Resources

View our complete list of electronic resources at

If you are unable to login to any resource, please email us. We continue to work on providing access to community members who sign up for a new card online – we appreciate your patience.


Coronavirus Community Resources
CDC – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: A reliable source of information on COVID-19, also known as Coronavirus.
WHO – World Health Organization: Another reliable source.
PA Department of Health’s Coronavirus information page. Reliable information specific to Pennsylvania.
PA Department of Health: Coronavirus Symptoms and Testing.

Coronavirus Local Resources
What Lebanon County residents need to know about Coronavirus.
United Way of Lebanon County’s health and human services resource hotline.
Wellspan’s helpful information about Coronavirus.
Unemployment compensation.
Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce resources for businesses.

At the instruction of the Office of Commonwealth Libraries, in order to slow the spread of covid-19 or coronavirus, all public libraries in Lebanon County will be closed effective immediately through April 6th. No library materials will be due during this time. Please remember that our elibrary is always open. Visit and click on ebooks.
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