Wednesday, December 7, 2022

Hampton Public Libraries Are Now Open

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As of Monday, April 19, all Hampton Public Libraries—including the main branch on Victoria Boulevard and the Northampton, Phoebus, and Willow Oaks branches—will now be open on the weekdays from 10am – 4pm, and on Saturdays from 1 – 5pm.

In an effort to enforce social distancing guidelines, patrons are limited to one hour of visitation. Face masks are required at all times while in the branches and staff members will do temperature checks as visitors come in. Curbside pickup will continue to be available.

Other facility openings include Hampton’s senior center on Kecoughtan Road and four community centers—North Phoebus, Northampton, Westhampton, and Fort Monroe—which are all expected to open May 3.

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