Drive-up book return at Central Library closes for construction

Hole cut in wall of Central Library for installation of drive-through windowThe drive-up book return at the Central Library in downtown Grand Junction is temporarily closed for installation of a drive-through service window.

The library is installing a drive-through window in order to make Curbside Pick-Up more convenient for patrons and more efficient for library staff to serve. Construction will disrupt the drive-through lane, so the book return is closed during the project.

The drive-up book return is expected to be closed for about two weeks during construction.

Here is what this news means for patrons (besides an awesome new drive-through window):

During the book return closure, patrons may return items inside the library, or they can wait a couple of weeks until the drive-up return reopens.

• Mesa County Libraries do not charge fines for overdue items, so patrons who keep their items from Mesa County Libraries will not incur late charges by holding on to them.

Patrons returning materials after hours may use the outdoor book returns at other library locations if they desire.

Curbside Pick-Up service will continue during the construction project in the designated parking spots at the library.

The library appreciates patrons’ patience while we install the drive-up window.

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