For Immediate ReleaseJuly 19, 2013
Remodeling starts Aug. 19; reopening tentatively set for Aug. 28
The Marin City Library will be closed from Monday, Aug. 19 through Tuesday, Aug. 27, for remodeling funded by voter-approved tax revenue.
The Library at 164 Donahue St. will be open on Sunday, Aug. 18 and staff plans to reopen it for full service on Wednesday, Aug. 28.
During the closure, the Library will not accept returns or donations. Materials can be returned after the Library reopens. Materials checked out three weeks prior to the closure will be given an extended due date.
Patrons can pick up hold requests and utilize computer services at the Corte Madera Library, at 707 Meadowsweet Drive. Call 415-924-3515 for more information about that branch.
The Marin City Library will have new carpet, new interior paint, an improved information desk, new shelving and additional furniture. Funding for the project has been through the passage of Measure A in June 1010. Measure A passed with the support of 74 percent of voters.
Please visit or call the Marin City Library at 415-332-6158 for questions or visit marinlibrary.org for the latest information.
Damon HillLibrary Services ManagerMarin County Free Library
3501 Civic Center DriveSan Rafael, CA 94903(415) 473-3777Email: Damon HillLibrary website