Read the library's "COVID-19 Code of Conduct Addendum" before your visit ...
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way the Pleasanton Public Library is able to serve the informational needs of its community members. To maintain public health and safety on library premises, community members and library staff are asked to follow this "COVID-19 Code of Conduct Addendum" in addition to the standard Library Code of Conduct, until further notice.
Rules of Conduct
1. Community members must successfully complete and pass a health screening process at the entrance to the library before entering the facility and are asked to stay home if experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or have been exposed to the virus.
2. A face covering must be worn by patrons at all times during their library visit, covering both the mouth and nose. In following the California Department of Public Health guidelines, face coverings must be worn by anyone over the age of 2 years old. Acceptable face coverings include those outlined by the Alameda County Face Covering Order 20-13. For anyone unable to wear a face covering as outlined above, exceptions will be considered in accordance with the Alameda County Face Covering Order. Requests for exceptions must be sent to the Library and Recreation Director, Heidi Murphy: email@example.com, or call (925) 931-5344.
3. All community members must follow 6-feet social distancing requirements set forth by Alameda County and the State of California, maintaining at least a distance of 6 feet between themselves and others outside their household at all times.
4. Children younger than 12 years-old are welcome in the library under the direct supervision of a parent, guardian or caregiver at all times while inside the facility.
5. Consumption of food or beverage inside the library is not permitted.
6. To help maintain capacity limits set to protect the health and safety of the public, all visits inside the library should be kept under one (1) hour.
7. During this time, public seating will be limited to library computer use only. Patrons in need of seating accommodations may request staff assistance.