The Green Hills Public Library District conducts its operation with the highest regard for the health and safety of its employees and the public.  We have been continuing to monitor COVID-19 updates from public health authorities.  This page contains information about the Library’s current service offerings.

Key Information You Need to Know Before You Visit the Library:

  • Library policy requires face masks to be worn by all patrons utilizing the Youth Services Department or in Youth Services programs, regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status.  In all other areas of the Library, face masks are required to be worn by patrons ages 2-11 (based on current availability of COVID-19 vaccines) as well as other individuals who are unvaccinated.  The Library will not collect information with regard to a patron’s COVID-19 vaccine status.  Reasonable accommodations are available to individuals who are medically prevented from wearing a face covering.
  • Limited services include:
    • Self-serve equipment (i.e. computers, scan/fax/copy). Staff assistance is unavailable.
    • Computers will be limited to enforce physical distancing.  The length of sessions will be limited to accommodate the needs of our community.
    • A limited number of laptops are available for checkout.
    • A limited amount of general seating/tables are available.
  • Suspended services include indoor programming, Meeting Room reservations, iPads, Youth Services Play Area, Quiet Reading Room, in-Library use item checkout, and the volunteer program.

Other Questions & Answers

What if I am uncomfortable coming into the Library but want to utilize your services?
We currently offer Doorside Delivery, which is free delivery of Library materials straight to your doorstep.  Also, many of our services can be accessed through our 24/7 Library.

What is included in your 24/7 Library? 
Our 24/7 Library allows you to access materials and resources free of charge in the comfort of your own home.  Some of these resources include:

What if I don’t have a Library card? 
You can gain instant access to our online resources, including the links listed above, by signing up for an instant digital Library card online.

What kind of program offerings are available? 
Although indoor, in-person programming has been suspended for the time being, the Library is offering virtual programming, which may include craft kits to be completed at home.  Outdoor programs may be available, weather permitting.  Updates and information on upcoming programs will be shared on the Adult Services PageYouth Services Page, and Library’s Facebook page.

Who can I contact if I have additional questions?
Please call us at 708-598-8446 or email

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