Early March is goal for reopening

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On February 2, the library trustees voted to make reopening the building contingent on a set of benchmarks measuring COVID-19 transmission in Nashua. This is the same standard used by the Nashua School District in determining when to allow students back in the classrooms.

Assuming these benchmarks continue their current trend, a partial reopening of the library building is projected for early March. Updates will be posted at nashualibrary.org/connect/press-room later in February.

Until then, customers can place library items on hold and receive them using curbside pickup during these hours:

  • Monday to Thursday: 10 am to 7 pm
  • Saturday: 10 am to 2 pmCurbside pickup, picture of stack of books

For more information on using curbside pickup, click here.

We answer the phones, email, and chat:

  • Monday to Thursday: 9 am to 7 pm
  • Friday and Saturday: 9 am to 5 pm

Returning materials

We still aren’t charging overdue fines. But we will send you a reminder two days before your items are due and another if they become overdue. Please return them to the book drops by their due dates.

We quarantine items after you return them, so they may still appear checked out on your account for four or five days after you bring them back.

Online services still available

Virtual library events and classes continue to be held. You can see the schedule and register in our online calendar.

While we are closed, you can still use your library card to access these free resources on our website:Libby and Overdrive logos

If you don’t have a library card, sign up online for a temporary one. A temporary card gives you access to all these services and will be valid until June 2021.

Books by Mail

Eligibility for the Books by Mail program has been expanded.Books by Mail: Sign up Now!

If you live in Nashua and meet at least one of the following criteria, you qualify for Books by Mail:

  • You have disabilities that prevent you from visiting the library.
  • You are visually impaired.
  • You have a condition that puts you at high risk of serious illness from COVID-19.
  • You are 60 or older.

For more details on how to sign up, visit our Books by Mail page.

Book donations

During the following hours, we will accept donations of books and media:

  • Monday to Thursday: 12 pm to 3 pm
  • Saturday: 10 am to 12 pm

To drop off donations, go to the garage doors at the back of the library on Pearson Avenue and call 603-589-4600.