CUYAHOGA FALLS — The Cuyahoga Falls Library on Third Street will be closed to the public from Sunday, March 15, through Sunday, April 5, in response to concerns about the coronavirus.

Director Valerie Kocin said employees will still be working their regular shifts during the closure. Patrons may call ahead at 330-928-2117 to reserve an item and pick it up at the library’s drive-through window. Items can still be returned at the drive-through bins.

Materials that are currently checked out will now be due on Monday, April 6, when the library is scheduled to re-open to the public.

Kocin noted the library’s digital services such as Hoopla and OverDrive are available 24/7, and said there is an online story time available called TumbleBooks.