THE VIRTUAL LIBRARY IS OPEN!
The library might be closed, but you can get great library services from home.
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Have a Question? Ask a Librarian
- Online Contact Form
- Enter your name, email address and your question.
- A librarian will email you.
- Text "Start" to 412-685-4004 to get started.
- Get details about this service
- Press 1 to leave a message.
- A librarian will return your call.
- Please note: librarians could be calling from restricted or unknown numbers while working remotely.
What do I do with my library books?
Please hold onto all library physical Items (books, DVDs, etc.) and return them when the library re-opens.
All borrowed library material will be renewed and any overdue fines that result from this service disruption will be waived.
Other Frequently Asked Questions
Can I apply for a library card?
During our period of closure, residents are welcome to apply for a library card through the online catalog (click here) — and gain access to an array of digital resources, including e-books, audiobooks, databases, and more. When we reopen, new applicants can visit their local library to obtain and validate their physical library card. If you have questions, use our online contact form and someone will get back to you.
My library card is about to expire. How can I renew?
Patron records that have expired since January 1st, 2020, or will expire before the end of the year have been updated with an expiration date of 12/31/2020.
I have a question about my account? Is there anyone that can help me?
If you have any questions about your account or how to access digital resources, please use our online contact form.
You can also text us: To begin texting a librarian, begin by texting "Start" to 412-685-4004. You will receive instructions for use. Once you have done this, you may text that number directly with questions and for assistance.
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