Library completes renovations, offers pick-up service

Library completes renovations, offers pick-up service

From the Las Vegas Optic

The coronavirus pandemic has prevented people from doing a lot of things they love, but reading books is not one of them.

While the Carnegie Public Library isn’t currently open to the public, it does offer a curbside pickup option which allows residents of the Meadow City the opportunity to get the books they need. The library has also used the closure to make some needed renovations to the 117-year-old building.

The pickup option begins with a search of the library’s catalog, available at its website within the City of Las Vegas’ website, lasvegasnm.gov. Once patrons locate a book they would like to check out, they simply call the library to reserve it. They can even schedule a specific time to pick up the book. And those without internet access can simply call the library to check the availability of particular books, reserve them and schedule a pickup time.