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Posted on: March 12, 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) SML Updates

Library Updates

Update: 7/3/2020

The Hosston Branch of Shreve Memorial Library, located at 15478 US Hwy 71 in Hosston, is closed after an employee was exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19. The branch will be closed through July 9, with plans to reopen on Friday, July 10. The branch may open sooner if COVID-19 test results come back negative for the employee in question. 

“Out of an abundance of caution, we are closing the branch immediately to make sure that the branch is cleaned thoroughly,” stated John Tuggle, Shreve Memorial Library Executive Director. “We want to make sure that we are being proactive and taking all necessary steps to prevent further spread.”

During the closure, the branch will be cleaned and disinfected according to Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines. While the branch is closed, patrons are still able to return checked out items via the branch book drop. However, curbside pickup service will not be available. 

Those wishing to use the library are encouraged to visit one of the Shreve Memorial Library branches listed below Monday through Saturday 10:15 a.m. to 6:15 p.m.:

Part-time branches listed below are also open with varying hours of operation.

All Shreve Memorial Library branches are closed through Sunday, July 5 for the Independence Day holiday. The branches listed above will resume business hours on Monday, July 6.

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Update: 7/2/2020

The Gilliam Branch of Shreve Memorial Library, located at 12797 Main Street in Gilliam, is closed after an employee presented symptoms similar to those of COVID-19. The branch will be closed through July 8, with plans to reopen on Thursday, July 9. The branch may open sooner if COVID-19 test results come back negative for the employee in question.

“Out of an abundance of caution, we are closing the branch immediately to make sure that the branch is cleaned thoroughly,” stated John Tuggle, Shreve Memorial Library Executive Director. “While we do not know if this is in fact a case of coronavirus, we want to make sure that we are being proactive and taking all necessary steps to prevent further spread.”

During the closure, the branch will be cleaned and disinfected according to Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines. While the branch is closed, patrons are still able to return checked out items via the branch book drop. However, curbside pickup service will not be available.

Those wishing to use the library are encouraged to visit one of the Shreve Memorial Library branches listed below Monday through Saturday 10:15 a.m. to 6:15 p.m.:

Part-time branches listed below are also open with varying hours of operation.

Curbside delivery is available at all open locations.

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Update 7/2/2020:

The Broadmoor Branch of Shreve Memorial Library is closed after an employee presented symptoms similar to those of COVID-19. The branch, located at 1212 Captain Shreve Drive, will be closed through July 8, with plans to reopen on Thursday, July 9. The branch may open sooner if COVID-19 test results come back negative for the employee in question.

During the closure, the branch will be cleaned and disinfected according to Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines. While the branch is closed, patrons are still able to return checked out items via the branch book drop. However, curbside pickup service will not be available.

Those wishing to use the library are encouraged to visit one of the Shreve Memorial Library branches listed below Monday through Saturday 10:15 a.m. to 6:15 p.m.:

Part-time branches listed below are also open with varying hours of operation.

Curbside delivery is available at all open locations.

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Update: 7/1/2020

The Wallette Branch of Shreve Memorial Library is closed after an employee presented symptoms similar to those of COVID-19. The branch, located at 363 Hearne Avenue, will be closed through July 7, with plans to reopen on Wednesday, July 8. The branch may open sooner if COVID-19 test results come back negative for the employee in question.

During the closure, the branch will be cleaned and disinfected according to Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines. While the branch is closed, patrons are still able to return checked out items via the branch book drop. However, curbside pickup service will not be available.

Those wishing to use the library are encouraged to visit one of the Shreve Memorial Library branches listed below Monday through Saturday 10:15 a.m. to 6:15 p.m.:

Part-time branches listed below are also open with varying hours of operation.

Curbside delivery is available at all open locations.

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Update: 6/24/2020

The Hollywood/ Union Avenue Branch of Shreve Memorial Library is closed after an employee reported exposure to a COVID-positive person. During the closure, the branch will be cleaned and disinfected according to Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines.

“Out of an abundance of caution, we are closing the branch immediately to make sure that the branch is cleaned thoroughly,” stated John Tuggle, Shreve Memorial Library Executive Director. “While we do not know if this is in fact a case of coronavirus, we want to make sure that we are being proactive and taking all necessary steps to prevent further spread.”

The branch, located at 2105 Hollywood Avenue, will be closed through Tuesday, June 30. The branch may reopen sooner if COVID-19 test results come back negative for the employee in question.

While the branch is closed, patrons are still able to return checked out items via the branch book drop. However, curbside pickup service will not be available.

Those wishing to use the library are encouraged to visit one of the Shreve Memorial Library branches listed below Monday through Saturday 10:15 a.m. to 6:15 p.m.:

Curbside pickup service is also available at the library branches listed below:

Curbside delivery is available at all open locations.

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Update: 6/19/20

SHREVE MEMORIAL LIBRARY SUPPORT SERVICES CENTER CLOSED THROUGH JUNE 23

Shreve Memorial Library’s Support Services Center is closed after multiple employees presented symptoms similar to those of COVID-19. During the closure, the Support Services Center, which houses the library’s administrative offices, will be cleaned and disinfected according to Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines.

“Out of an abundance of caution, we are closing the Support Services Center immediately to make sure that the building is cleaned thoroughly,” stated John Tuggle, Shreve Memorial Library Executive Director. “While we do not know if these are in fact cases of coronavirus, we want to make sure that we are being proactive and taking all necessary steps to prevent further spread.”

The Support Services Center, located at 885 Bert Kouns Industrial Loop, will be closed through June 23, with plans to reopen on Wednesday, June 24. The Support Services Center may open sooner if COVID-19 test results come back negative.

Library services will continue at Shreve Memorial Library branches throughout Caddo Parish while the Support Services Center is closed. However, delivery and processing of materials including holds pickups will be delayed. Those wishing to use the library are encouraged to visit one of the Shreve Memorial Library branches listed below Monday through Saturday 10:15 a.m. to 6:15 p.m.:

Curbside pickup service is also available at the library branches listed below:

Shreve Memorial Library appreciates the public’s patience and understanding during the closure and apologizes for any inconvenience the closure may cause.

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Update: 6/18/20

SML ATKINS BRANCH CLOSED THROUGH JUNE 24

The Atkins Branch of Shreve Memorial Library is closed after an employee presented symptoms similar to those of COVID-19. During the closure, the branch will be cleaned and disinfected according to Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines.

“Out of an abundance of caution, we are closing the branch immediately to make sure that the branch is cleaned thoroughly,” stated John Tuggle, Shreve Memorial Library Executive Director. “While we do not know if this is in fact a case of coronavirus, we want to make sure that we are being proactive and taking all necessary steps to prevent further spread.”

The branch, located at 3704 Greenwood Road, will be closed through June 24, with plans to reopen on Thursday, June 25. The branch may open sooner if COVID-19 test results come back negative for the employee in question.

While the branch is closed, patrons are still able to return checked out items via the branch book drop. However, curbside pickup service will not be available.

Those wishing to use the library are encouraged to visit one of the Shreve Memorial Library branches listed below Monday through Saturday 10:15 a.m. to 6:15 p.m.:

Curbside pickup service is also available at the library branches listed below:

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Update: 6/15/20

CEDAR GROVE-LINE AVENUE BRANCH CLOSED THROUGH JUNE 21

The Cedar Grove-Line Avenue Branch of Shreve Memorial Library is closed after an employee was exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19. The branch, located at 8303 Line Avenue, will be closed through June 21, with plans to reopen on Monday, June 22. During the closure, the branch will be cleaned and disinfected according to Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines.

“Out of an abundance of caution, we are closing the branch immediately to make sure that the branch is cleaned thoroughly,” stated John Tuggle, Shreve Memorial Library Executive Director. “While we do not know if this is in fact a case of coronavirus, we want to make sure that we are being proactive and taking all necessary steps to prevent further spread.”

While the branch is closed, patrons are still able to return checked out items via the branch book drop.

Those wishing to use the library are encouraged to visit one of the Shreve Memorial Library branches listed below Monday through Saturday 10:15 a.m. to 6:15 p.m.:

Curbside pickup service is also available at the library branches listed below:

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Update: 6/9/20

SHREVE MEMORIAL LIBRARY BRANCHES REOPEN TOMORROW, JUNE 10

Shreve Memorial Library will open the doors to seven of its branches tomorrow, June 10. The Broadmoor, Cedar Grove-Line Avenue, Hamilton/South Caddo, North Caddo, North Shreveport, Wallette, and West Shreveport branches will open to the public Wednesday at 10:15 a.m.

“Our shipment of sneeze guards for our service desks arrived today and have been installed at these seven branches,” stated John Tuggle, Executive Director. “We are excited to once again welcome patrons back to our libraries.”

Beginning, Wednesday, June 10, the following Shreve Memorial Library branches will be open Monday through Saturday from 10:15 a.m. to 6:15 p.m., with the first hour of each Monday (10:15 a.m. to 11:15 a.m.) reserved for use by senior citizens over the age of 60.

Each branch will be open with limited use. Branches will offer curbside delivery, quick browsing and checkouts, computer access, reference and Readers’ Advisory, and printing and faxing services. Browsing and computer use will be limited to 30 minutes only. All visitors to the branch must wear a face mask or face covering to enter the library, and patrons age 15 and younger will not be permitted without an adult age 18 or older. The amount of people allowed in each branch will vary based on occupancy limits and social distancing guidelines. Meeting and study rooms will remain closed.

Patrons may return items via library book drops or place items in quarantine bins at each of the locations listed above. All returned items will be quarantined for four days before being checked in.

Curbside pickup service, as well as call-in reference help and Readers’ Advisory, will continue at the Atkins, Belcher-Wyche, Blanchard, David Raines, Gilliam, Higginbotham-Bryson, Hollywood/Union Avenue, Hosston, Means, Mooretown, Mooringsport, and Rodessa branches. Patrons may place holds and reserve items for pickup online by visiting www.shreve-lib.org/catalog.

“Our staff has been working diligently to bring back library services our patrons are accustomed to,” added Tuggle. “We will continue to follow recommendations of government and health officials to provide needed services as safely as possible. We appreciate the public’s patience and understanding.”

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Update 6/5/20:

SHREVE MEMORIAL LIBRARY REOPENING DELAYED

The reopening of seven Shreve Memorial Library branches has been delayed. After almost three months of closures, the library had planned to reopen branches beginning Monday, June 8. However, lack of needed safety materials and equipment has delayed the openings with a reopen date still to be determined.

“Our plans were to open several larger branches next Monday, June 8th, to limited occupancy. Unfortunately, the shipment with our sneeze guard shields for our service desks slated for delivery earlier this week has been delayed until next Wednesday,” stated John Tuggle, Shreve Memorial Library Executive Director. “As soon as we receive the shipment next week, we will open for limited occupancy at seven branches immediately after installing the shields.”

Curbside pickup service, as well as call-in reference help and Readers’ Advisory, will continue at Shreve Memorial Library branches throughout Caddo Parish. Patrons may continue to reserve items online for pickup via the library’s catalog at www.shreve-lib.org/catalog, and return items via library branch book drops.

“We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause,” added Tuggle. “We know that patrons are anxious to enter the libraries, but we want to make sure that we have taken all of the proper precautions to maintain the health, safety and well-being of our staff and patrons before reopening the library doors.”

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Update 6/3/20:

DAVID RAINES BRANCH CLOSED THROUGH JUNE 10

The David Raines Branch of Shreve Memorial Library is closed after an employee presented symptoms similar to those of COVID-19. The branch, located at 2855 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, will be closed through at June 10, with plans to reopen on Thursday, June 11. During the closure, the branch will be cleaned and disinfected according to Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines.

“Out of an abundance of caution, we are closing the branch immediately to make sure that the branch is cleaned thoroughly,” stated John Tuggle, Shreve Memorial Library Executive Director. “While we do not know if this is in fact a case of coronavirus, we want to make sure that we are being proactive and taking all necessary steps to prevent further spread.”

While the branch is closed, patrons are still able to return checked out items via the branch book drop. However, curbside pickup service will not be available. Those wishing to check out materials are encouraged to utilize curbside pickup service at one of the library branches listed below:

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Update 6/2/20:

SHREVE MEMORIAL LIBRARY TO REOPEN TO PUBLIC BEGINNING JUNE 8

After almost three months of closures, Shreve Memorial Library is reopening library branches to the public. Following Governor John Bel Edwards’ announcement of Phase Two Reopening, Shreve Memorial Library will reopen seven of its library branches beginning Monday, June 8, 2020, with plans to reopen all branches by the end of June 2020.

“We are excited to welcome patrons back to our libraries,” stated John Tuggle, Shreve Memorial Library Executive Director. “Because of current COVID-19 concerns, there will be some changes to how our patrons access the library and what services will be offered. However, we will continue to provide the best possible service for our patrons, while implementing best practices to maintain the health, safety and well-being of both our patrons and our staff.”

Beginning, Monday, June 8, the following Shreve Memorial Library branches will be open Monday through Saturday from 10:15 a.m. to 6:15 p.m., with the first hour of each Monday (10:15 a.m. to 11:15 a.m.) reserved for use by senior citizens over the age of 60.

Each branch will be open with limited use. Branches will offer curbside delivery, quick browsing and checkouts, computer access, reference and Readers’ Advisory, and printing and faxing services. Browsing and computer use will be limited to 30 minutes only. All visitors to the branch must wear a face mask or face covering to enter the library, and patrons age 15 and younger will not be permitted without an adult age 18 or older. The amount of people allowed in each branch will vary based on occupancy limits and social distancing guidelines. Meeting and study rooms will remain closed.

Patrons may return items via library book drops or place items in quarantine bins at each of the locations listed above. All returned items will be quarantined for four days before being checked in.

Curbside pickup service, as well as call-in reference help and Readers’ Advisory, will continue at the Atkins, Belcher-Wyche, Blanchard, David Raines, Gilliam, Higginbotham-Bryson, Hollywood/Union Avenue, Hosston, Means, Mooretown, Mooringsport, and Rodessa branches. Patrons may place holds and reserve items for pickup online by visiting www.shreve-lib.org/catalog.

“Our staff has been working diligently to bring back library services our patrons are accustomed to,” added Tuggle. “We will continue to follow recommendations of government and health officials to provide needed services as safely as possible. We appreciate the public’s patience and understanding.”

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Update 5/26/20:

SML HAMILTON/SOUTH CADDO BRANCH CLOSED THROUGH JUNE 2

The Hamilton/South Caddo Branch of Shreve Memorial Library is closed after two employees presented symptoms similar to those of COVID-19. The branch, located at 2111 Bert Kouns Industrial Loop, will be closed through at least June 2, 2020. During the closure, the branch will be cleaned and disinfected according to Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines.

“Out of an abundance of caution, we are closing the branch immediately to make sure that the branch is cleaned thoroughly,” stated John Tuggle, Shreve Memorial Library Executive Director. “While we do not know if this is in fact a case of coronavirus, we want to make sure that we are being proactive and taking all necessary steps to prevent further spread.”

While the branch is closed, patrons are still able to return checked out items via the branch book drop. However, curbside pickup service will not be available. Those wishing to check out materials are encouraged to utilize curbside pickup service at the Broadmoor, Cedar Grove-Line Avenue, North Caddo, North Shreveport, Wallette or West Shreveport Branches.

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Update 5/22/20:

SML RESUMES MOBILE LIBRARY AND EXPANDS CURBSIDE PICKUP SERVICE 

Shreve Memorial Library is expanding service for patrons following the Memorial Day holiday. Effective Tuesday, May 26, patrons will be able to return checked out library materials to 19 branch book drops and the mobile library. In addition, curbside pickup service will expand to 12 additional Shreve Memorial Library branches on Monday, June 1.

“Curbside pickup service has been a success so far, and we are excited to expand this service to patrons throughout Caddo Parish,” stated John Tuggle, Executive Director of Shreve Memorial Library. “By expanding services, we continue to provide the best service possible to our patrons, while doing everything we can to maintain the health, safety and well-being of both our staff and our patrons.”                                                                                                   

Beginning Tuesday, May 26, patrons will be able to return items to the following Shreve Memorial Library branches: Atkins, Belcher-Wyche, Blanchard, Broadmoor, Cedar Grove/Line Avenue, David Raines, Gilliam, Hamilton/South Caddo, Higginbotham-Bryson, Hollywood/Union Avenue, Hosston, Means, Mooretown, Mooringsport, North Caddo, North Shreveport, Rodessa, Wallette and West Shreveport. All items must be returned via library book drops at each branch. Returned items will be quarantined for four (4) days prior to be processed for check in.

In addition, the Mobile Library will provide pickup service to participating centers, homebound patrons, and community stops beginning on Tuesday, May 26. The Mobile Library will visit scheduled stops to collect returned items only.   On Monday, June 1, the Mobile Library will begin providing curbside delivery to centers and homebound patrons. Patrons of the Mobile Library who normally used Mobile Library services at community stops may receive curbside delivery at one of the Shreve Memorial Library branches open for curbside pickup.

In addition to the Broadmoor, Cedar Grove/Line Avenue, Hamilton/South Caddo, North Caddo, North Shreveport, Wallette and West Shreveport branches, curbside pickup service will be available at the following locations beginning Monday, June 1:

  • Atkins Branch, 3704 Greenwood Avenue, Shreveport, (318) 635-6222 (Mon. - Sat. 10:15 a.m. - 6:15 p.m.)
  • Belcher-Wyche Branch, 409 Charles Street, Belcher, (318) 378-4567 (Tues. 1 p.m. – 7 p.m., Thurs. 3 p.m. - 6 p.m., and Fri. 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.)
  • Blanchard Branch, 344 Alexander Street, Blanchard, (318) 929-3163 (Tues. 11:30 a.m. – 6 p.m., Wed. 11:30 a.m. – 5 p.m., and Fri. 11:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.)
  • David Raines Branch, 2855 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, Shreveport, (318) 222-0824 (Mon. - Sat. 10:15 a.m. – 6:15 p.m.)
  • Gilliam Branch, 12797 Main Street, Gilliam, (318) 296-4227 (Mon. 12 p.m. – 5 p.m., Tues. 11 a.m. – 5 p.m., and Thurs. 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.)
  • Higginbotham-Bryson Branch, 9359 Greenwood Road, Greenwood, (318) 938-1451 (Mon. 9 a.m. – 2 p.m., Wed. 1 p.m. – 6 p.m., and Fri. 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.)
  • Hollywood/Union Avenue Branch, 2105 Hollywood Avenue, Shreveport, (318) 636-5520 (Mon. - Sat. 10:15 a.m. – 6:15 p.m.)
  • Hosston Branch, 15478 US Hwy 71, Hosston, (318) 287-3265 (Mon., Wed., and Fri. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.)
  • Means Branch, 7016 Magnolia Lane, Ida, (318) 284-3416 (Tues., Wed., and Fri. 12 p.m. - 5 p.m.)
  • Mooretown Branch, 4360 Hollywood Avenue, Shreveport, (318) 636-5524 (Mon. - Sat. 10:15 a.m. - 6:15 p.m.)
  • Mooringsport Branch, 603 Latimer Street, Mooringsport, (318) 996-6720 (Mon., Wed., and Fri. 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.)
  • Rodessa Branch, 10093 Main Street, Rodessa, (318) 223-4336 (Mon., Wed., and Thurs. 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.)

Each branch will also provide Readers’ Advisory and reference help. Patrons may place holds for items online via the library’s catalog at www.shreve-lib.org/catalog or by calling the branch or Mobile Library.

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Update 5/7/20:

Patrons of Shreve Memorial Library will soon be able to return, reserve and checkout items from select Shreve Memorial Library branches. All library branches have been closed since March 16 due to the coronavirus pandemic and governmental stay-at-home orders. Beginning Monday, May 11, patrons may place holds online to reserve items for pickup and begin returning items currently checked out to library drop boxes at the Broadmoor, Cedar Grove/Line Avenue, Hamilton/South Caddo, North Caddo, North Shreveport, Wallette and West Shreveport branches.  Curbside pickup service will begin on Monday, May 18.

“We are excited to begin offering curbside pickup service to our patrons,” stated John Tuggle, Executive Director of Shreve Memorial Library. “Our plan is to roll out this service to seven of our larger branches, with plans to expand the service to other library branches in the near future. We want to be able to provide the best service to our patrons, while doing everything we can to maintain the health, safety and well-being of both our staff and our patrons.”

Curbside pickup service will be available at the following Shreve Memorial Library branches beginning Monday, May 18:

  • Broadmoor Branch, 1212  Captain Shreve Drive, Shreveport, (318) 869-0120
  • Cedar Grove/Line Avenue Branch, 8303 Line Avenue, Shreveport, (318) 868-3890
  • Hamilton/South Caddo Branch, 2111 Bert Kouns Industrial Loop, Shreveport, (318) 687-6824
  • North Caddo Branch, 615 N. Pine Street, Vivian, (318) 375-3975
  • North Shreveport Branch, 4844 North Market Street, Shreveport, (318) 674-8172
  • Wallette Branch, 363 Hearne Avenue, Shreveport, (318) 425-3630
  • West Shreveport Branch, 4380 Pines Road, Shreveport, (318) 635-0883

Patrons may begin returning items currently checked out to the branches listed above on Monday, May 11. All items must be returned via the library book drop available at each branch. Returned items will be quarantined for four days before being checked in.

“While we’ve been closed, all checked out items were automatically renewed so no late fees were accruing,” stated Tuggle. “Since we will be placing returned items in quarantine for an extended period of time, late fees will be suspended until we are able to reopen the library branches fully.”

Patrons may also begin placing holds (or reserving items) online starting Monday, May 11. Holds may be placed by visiting www.shreve-lib.org/catalog. Patrons will need to log into their Shreve Memorial Library account using their library card and PIN number, browse the catalog for titles of interest, place holds on those items they wish to check out, and choose one of the seven curbside pickup locations from which to pick up their holds. Once the hold has been pulled and is available for pickup, the patron will be notified by email and/or telephone. Holds will be ready for pickup no earlier than Monday, May 18.

On Monday, May 18, curbside pickup as well as call-in Readers’ Advisory and reference help will be available at the Broadmoor, Cedar Grove/Line Avenue, Hamilton/South Caddo, North Caddo, North Shreveport, Wallette, and West Shreveport branches of Shreve Memorial Library. Library patrons will also be able to place holds via telephone at that time.

Curbside pickup will be available Monday through Saturday from 10:15 a.m. to 6:15 p.m. Once a patron has been notified that their hold is ready for pickup, they will drive to the designated Shreve Memorial Library branch and park in one of the curbside pickup parking spaces. Upon arrival, they will call the phone number listed and library staff will prepare the items for check out. In order to maintain contactless pickup and social distancing, patrons should wait in their vehicles until library staff has placed their items on the pickup table and returned to the building before picking up their items.

“Our staff has been working diligently throughout the closure to provide online and digital services through our e-Branch, while working on ways to bring back library services our patrons are accustomed to. This is a new process for us,” added Tuggle. “We will continue to follow recommendations of government and health officials as we work to provide needed services to our patrons. We appreciate the public’s patience and understanding as we navigate through this new normal.”

Update 4-29-20 (1)

During the closure, all overdue fines have been suspended, and all items currently checked out are automatically renewed. Patrons are asked to keep all items currently checked out until the branches reopen. Patrons are encouraged to utilize Shreve Memorial Library’s e-branch to access services such as Hoopla, Overdrive, Flipster and Libby to download audiobooks, ebooks, magazines and videos and to stream music. Library cardholders can also access the Louisiana State Library Database through the e-Branch for access to additional resources including Homework Louisiana, Pronunciator, and other school, career, and research databases.

All Shreve Memorial Library patrons will need to enter their Shreve Memorial Library card number to access the digital resources available through the library’s e-Branch. As a reminder, all Caddo Parish Public School Students have virtual student library cards, which can be used to access the e-Branch’s resources. Residents of Caddo Parish who do not currently have a Shreve Memorial Library card can sign up for a temporary digital card to gain access to the library’s e-Branch services. Residents can submit online applications for the temporary digital cards Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 

Click here to request a temporary digital library card or to retrieve your library card and PIN.

“We will continue to monitor the spread of COVID-19 in our area and will reevaluate the need for closures in the upcoming weeks,” added Tuggle. “We appreciate the public’s patience and understanding as we all work together to try to stem the spread of this disease.”



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