Updated on 4-1-2020: On the order of the President and the Governor of Illinois, it has been decided that the stay-at-home order will last another 30 days, through April 30, 2020. The library will remain closed during this time with a tentative date of May 2, 2020 to re-open to the public. We miss you and hope you are staying safe and healthy.
Updated on 3-24-2020: After discussion, a tentative date of April 9, 2020 is when the library is scheduled to re-open to the public.
We appreciate your patience while the library is closed as a safety precaution, and hope you are making the most of our digital services, as you remain safe and healthy at home. Please continue to monitor the library’s website, phone message and subscribe to eNews for the latest updates about the status of the Huntley Area Public Library. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Updated on 3-20-2020: As per order of the Governor of Illinois, the library is now closed through April 7, 2020.
As we have continued to monitor the recommendations of the State of Illinois, the CDC, and the Illinois Department of Health, the library will close effective at 9 a.m. on Monday, March 16, 2020 through April 7, 2020. We have come to this decision after careful consideration and are taking preventative measures to try to minimize the spread of COVID-19.
During this closing period please keep any library materials until we reopen. There will be no fines accrued and due dates will be extended. Book drops at the library will be closed, as will the one located at the Huntley Jewel.
It is our intention to keep our greatest assets safe, that is you, our patrons and our staff.
While the library is closed, our online services will remain available for you to utilize. Please visit https://huntleylibrary.org/online-resources to explore the opportunities available to you with your library card.