Following consultation, suggestions, and recommendations of the CDC, Chambers County, American Library Association, and Libraries in the area, the Chambers County Library System will close through April 28 when conditions will be reassessed. This decision was made based on what we feel is best for the public and staff.
Out of an abundance of caution and direction from the county judge, curbside service has been cancelled. No fines will be assessed during this time. If you do not have a library card, please call or email us and we can provide you with a temporary card to use for our online resources.
We ask that you to hang onto your items until we open back up so we can limit contact with our materials. All outside book drops are closed.
We plan on being very active on social media, so check our Facebook often! Feel free to call the library and leave us a message. We will respond within one business day. You can also contact us here: email@example.com
We will continue to communicate our response as things evolve. We look forward to seeing you back in our buildings as things slowly get back to normal. Until then, visit us at www.chambers.lib.tx.us to take advantage of our great digital resources.
Valerie Jensen County Librarian
For more information, the latest updates, and recommendations regarding COVID-19, visit:
Frequently Asked Questions About the Library Closure
Our digital resources are available 24/7. Here are a few to get your started:
Overdrive: e-books and e-audiobooks Hoopla: e-books, e-audiobooks, comics, movies, music, and television programs RB Digital: magazines, including Newsweek, Texas Monthly, and Us Weekly NewsBank: local and regional newspapers, including full-image editions of The Houston Chronicle and The Beaumont Enterprise