Queens Public Library **** Update: June 25, 2020, 10:00AM. Officially, the NYPL, the Brooklyn Public Library and the Queens Public Library will open Monday, July 13 with grab-and-go services at 22 branches. Dear Queens Public Library Customer, I am very pleased to announce that Queens Public Library will reopen seven branches across the borough with “to-go” service and returns six days a week, starting on Monday, July 13. Enquiry service, borrowing and returning books. QUEENS PUBLIC LIBRARY | 8 REOPENING PLAN QPL’S PATH FORWARD IN THE ERA OF COVID|19 We will continue to update the Library’s internal and external stakeholders regularly about each stage of reopening through our regular channels, including email, website, virtual meetings, signage, social media, and press outreach. New York’s public libraries aren’t checked out anymore. Six to eight branches in the borough will open for pick up and drop off services in mid-July, with more to follow, President and CEO of Queens Public Library … Queens' Library reopening plans. QPL’s “To-Go” Service Starts July 13 at 7 Branches. The Queens Public Library’s Mail-a-Book home delivery service will also resume. Thursday, 20 August 2020. Elisabeth de Bourbon, Queens Public Library, elisabeth.debourbon@queenslibrary.org JUNE 25, 2020-- The City’s three library systems—The New York Public Library (NYPL), Brooklyn Public Library (BPL), and Queens Public Library (QPL)—plan to reopen 22 branches for grab-and-go service beginning on Monday, July 13. We are very happy to announce that Queens' Library will be reopening for borrowing and returning books in the week beginning 14th September. More than four months after the COVID-19 pandemic rocked New York City, the Brooklyn, New York and Queens public libraries will reopen a handful of … Queens Public Library will reopen some of its branches next month as New York City begins to return to pre-coronavirus normalcy. Twenty-two branches across the five boroughs will reopen for grab-and-go service beginning July 13, officials announced Thursday. QPL President Dennis Walcott wrote a blog post outlining the basics of the reopening plan on the QPL website June 4. Up to eight branches of the Queens Public Library system will reopen for book pick-up and drop-off in July, four mounts after shutting their doors due to COVID-19. The New York Public Library (NYPL), Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) and Queens Public Library (QPL) will reopen 22 branches throughout the five boroughs, including two on … A post shared by Queens Public Library (@qplnyc) on Jul 12, 2020 at 5:25pm PDT Queens branches will follow similar guidance, reopening seven branches for to … The partial reopenings are part of the Queens Public Library's 17-page plan for …