Warren Public Library – COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Updates
3-12-20: All March programs at the Warren Public Library have been cancelled. All Warren Public Library locations are open for regular business hours.
On March 10, the first 2 cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Michigan, in Wayne and Oakland County. Administration at the Warren Public Library is actively following developments of this outbreak and is committed to the health of our patrons and staff.
What is the library doing to help prevent the spread of COVID-19?
- Increased cleaning efforts of high-touched items, including public computers and door-handles.
- Removal of non-essential items from public spaces, such as toys and games in our children’s areas.
- Placing additional signs in high-traffic areas and restrooms about the importance of covering coughs and hand washing.
What you can do to help?
If you are feeling ill, please stay home! Please call your local Warren Public Library Branch if you have questions about your account or item returns.
What about library programs?
All library programs in March have been cancelled, effective March 12, 2020. Please watch the library's website and social media for information.
All Warren Public Library locations are open for regular business hours.
If you can’t make it into the library, we have a variety of digital resources, including downloadable eBooks, eAudioboks, music, comics, television, movies, and TV shows available to you that work on a variety of devices. Please visit our Digital Resources page for more information.
Please visit the following websites for more information about COVID-19:
CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) Coronavirus Updates
State of Michigan – Coronavirus Updates
Macomb County Health Department
For actions the City of Warren is taking, please see this page from Mayor Fouts.