As state and municipal governments increasingly move toward ordering people to shelter in place to blunt the spread of COVID-19, Pioneer Library System service has been altered.
PLS branches are now open for browsing and Wi-Fi access in a “grab-and-go” environment. Limits on public computer continue to be limited to encourage the “grab-and-go” model. Customers are welcome to spend some time at the library studying but we may ask you to shorten your visit so that others also can spend some time in the library.
Also available are essential computer access (limited to two 30-minute sessions daily), curbside pickup of materials, copying, faxing and scanning.
Ask Us will continue to be available to answer library questions.
This is an unprecedented time and we are grateful for your continued support and patience. Please continue to monitor our website and social media pages for further information and digital programming and activities.
Information about COVID-19 is rapidly changing. For the most up-to-date information, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For up-to-date information about Oklahoma, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health's Coronavirus Response page.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health has teamed up with Oklahoma Magazine to produce a video answering Frequently Asked Questions.
Information for Spanish and Vietnamese Speakers (courtesy of Seattle & King County Public Health)
Nuevo coronavirus PDF (Lengua Española)
Vi-rút Corona Mới PDF (Ngôn ngữ tiếng Việt)