The Chambers County Library System will return to curbside-only service beginning Monday, June 29. Curbside hours will be Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm and Saturday, 9am to 1pm. The services that will be available via curbside pickup are reserving and checking out library materials (audiobooks, books, and DVDs), as well as contactless faxing and printing. More information on curbside pickup is available here.
During this time, library items must be returned to the outdoor book drop at your local branch. Items will be quarantined for 14 days before they are checked in. No fines will be assessed.
Under the guidance of the County Judge and Health Department, the Chambers County Library System will provide curbside-only services beginning Monday, June 29. This decision was made based on what we feel is best for the public and staff.
If you do not have a library card, you can apply for an eCard here.
During this time, library items can only be returned to the outdoor book drop at your local branch. Items will be quarantined for 14 days before they are checked in. No fines will be assessed.
We plan on being very active on social media, so check our Facebook often! If you have any questions, please call or email us at: 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:
While the library buildings are closed, curbside pickup for reserved library items is available. Contactless faxing and printing are also available.
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