Curbside Pickup Is as Easy as 1,2,3

While we’re not able to open the library just yet, we want you to safely get the library items you want through curbside pickup. Visit the catalog to hold books, movies and music, and choose TSCPL Curbside Holds Pickup as the pickup location.

Easy as 1, 2, 3

Place items on hold online, on our app or by phone 785-580-4400.
We’ll notify you when your items are ready for pickup.
Follow the signs at the library, call and your order will be safely brought out to you!
Contactless delivery. Your health is our priority.

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How You’ll Be Notified

When your items are ready we’ll send a notice by the method you indicated (email, text, phone or regular mail). The notice will include instructions about what to do when you get here. All hold pick-up locations have been switched to TSCPL Curbside Pickup. We’ll notify you when these items ready to be picked up.

At Curbside Pickup

When you come to the library to pick up your items, be sure to bring your cell phone and your library card. Follow the signs to designated curbside pickup parking spots. Call the number on the sign to let us know you’re here. We’ll ask a few questions to help the pickup go smoothly. Then pop the trunk or open a back door. We’ll bring your items out and we’ll put them in your car with a checkout receipt. There won’t be any contact between you and staff.

Returns

If you’re returning items while you’re here, please put those into the drive-up book return in front of the library. For everyone’s safety staff will not be able to take returns directly from your car. Likewise, we aren’t able to accept any donations of books or other physical material at this time.

Help

Are you not sure what you want? Would you like some help placing requests? Do you have any questions about using your library? Call us at 580-4400 and we’ll help you with whatever you need.

Ginger Park

As the library’s communications editor Ginger helps spread the word about all the amazing library resources, services and staff. She loves reading fiction and is working to keep her TBR list under 120. Ginger is also a Big Sister with Big Brothers Big Sisters and a volunteer at Helping Hands Humane Society.