Library Open to the Public
The Anamosa Library & Learning Center is open to in-person browsing and computer usage. Curbside services remain available.
Curbside Pickup Hours Continue
Monday-Thursday: 10 AM - 7 PM
Friday: 10 AM - 5 PM
Saturday: 10 AM - 3 PM
*Subject to change as conditions warrant.
Books, magazines, DVDs, Blu-rays, books on CD.
Printing, Copying, and Faxing services available.
How it Works:
1) Place Your Holds
Log into your account here. Search for titles you wish to check out, click on the desired item's title, and then click “Reserve." Watch this video for step-by-step instructions. You may also call the Anamosa Library & Learning Center for personal assistance in reserving items at (319) 462-2183.
2) Receive Holds Ready Notification
We will email or call when your holds are available for pickup to schedule a pickup time and day. Pickup times will be scheduled every 15 minutes during library curbside pickup hours.
3) Arrive at Pickup Time
Enter the library’s parking lot at your scheduled pickup time. Library staff will have placed your items in our curbside bin (found on one of the limestone blocks outside the library's front doors). You may approach the bin and pick up your items.
If you need things copied or faxed, please place the papers you need copied/faxed inside the bin at the arranged time, along with exact change and instructions for staff. Black & white copies are $0.25 per printed side, color copies are $0.50 per printed side, and faxes are $1 per page for outgoing faxes.
Print jobs can be emailed to a library staff member (firstname.lastname@example.org) along with instructions.
4) Returning Items
Please return all materials to the library's 24/7 outside book drop. This is located to the right of the library's front doors in a drive-through. Returned items will not be accepted at curbside pickup.
Need a PIN/password?
Contact library staff members to get your online account setup!
All residents are asked to take personal responsibility for their health and the health of their family members through active monitoring of their health. This should include twice daily temperature checks and the following preventative measures:
- Frequent handwashing with soap for at least 20 seconds and use of hand sanitizers, with at least 60% alcohol, when soap is not available
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
- Cough into a tissue and then throw the tissue away. If tissues aren’t available, cough into your elbow
- Stay home when you are sick
- Contact your personal physician if you have concerns about your health
- Use extra care to clean and disinfect surfaces, including door handles, cell phones and keyboards
- Use household products specifically designed to disinfect
For more information, please visit the CDC's website, the Iowa Department of Health's website, or Iowa's COVID-19 summary website.