MENDOCINO Co., 3/30/19 — The Ukiah branch of the Mendocino Co. Library has gotten new paint, new carpets, and some additional improvements during March, and the branch is set to re-open on Tuesday, April 2.
The branch has been closed since March 10 to allow time for repairs and improvements in the main library room. The improvements include new paint and carpets, relocated circulation desk and computer carrels, and improvements to the building’s outside.
During the closure, the library posted several glimpses of the improvement on Facebook that you can check out below. Here’s a panorama of the start of the renovations:
The library with some fresh paint:
Here’s all the details about the branch re-opening and where to drop off and check out books in the meantime, in a press release:
UKIAH LIBRARY PREPARING TO RE-OPEN ON APRIL 2NDPress release from Mendocino County Library
Alternate Pick-Up Location Closed Starting Friday, March 29th
The Ukiah Library’s alternate location for item hold pick-ups and drop-offs at 280 E. Standley Street will be closed starting on Friday, March 29th to prepare for the Ukiah Library re-opening. Regular Ukiah Library hours will begin on Tuesday, April 2nd. Starting on Friday, March 29th, please use the Ukiah Library’s book drop located at 105 N. Main Street instead of the Standley Street location.
This Friday March 29th, the Mendocino County Library Bookmobile will be stationed down the street from the Ukiah Library on Standley Street from 12:00 – 3:00 P.M. for patrons to checkout materials from the Bookmobile, and Toddler Time will take place at its regular time on the Bookmobile.
The Library improvements and maintenance are paid for by proceeds from Measure A, which are a 1/8 cent sales tax approved by voters in 2011 to support Mendocino County Libraries. For more information, please contact the Mendocino County Cultural Services Agency at 707-234-2872.