We are very excited to announce that Flint Public Library is beginning a limited re-opening at 11:00am on Thursday, July 23!
Starting on this date, the Library will welcome patrons who want to browse and check out books or DVDs. Other services, such as computer access, will be added in later phases of the re-opening.
Our hours at Courtland Center will be as follows:
Tuesday through Thursday from 11:00am – 7:30pm
Friday and Saturday from 9:00am – 5:30pm
The Library will be closed on Sundays and Mondays.
You’ll find our temporary location at Courtland Center (4190 E. Court St., Burton). Visitors should use the main entrance (Entrance A) and then look for the Library signage just east of Sloan Museum @ Courtland. Plenty of free parking is available, and the mall is served by the #10 bus (Richfield Rd.).
Safety is a priority in the re-opening.
Here are some important notes about how the Library will operate. All visitors will receive a handout at the door with these guidelines.
Looking for Low-Contact Options?
If you’re looking to spend minimal time in the Library, consider these options.
Select items from our online catalog and place them on hold. Then just come to the Library when those items are ready. You can pick them up and check them out right at the front lobby.
Use your Library Card to download books, audiobooks, magazines, music and more from our website.
Request an E-Card from our website that will allow you to download materials. You can convert your E-Card to a full-service card (allowing checkout) any time you visit the Library. E-Cards are available to anyone in Genesee County through September 30, 2020.