While our buildings are temporarily closed to the public, we are here for you. Learn more about Saint Paul Public Library resources at sppl.org/staying-in
Library services available while buildings are closed.
Our doors may be temporarily closed, but we’re still offering resources to keep you connected.
Visit sppl.org/staying-in to learn more or browse our FAQ below.
Please hold onto your materials while the library is closed. Outdoor book drops are closed and returns will not be accepted until the library reopens.
The due dates for all checked-out circulating materials have been extended.
Saint Paul Public Library is fine free. Learn more at sppl.org/fine-free.
Digital items, like e-books and e-audiobooks will be returned automatically when they are due.
Contactless pickup of held items is available at some library locations. For more information, please see sppl.org/contactless.
Yes, but library accounts are limited to 20 holds per card. You can keep track of items you want to read later with the For Later shelf in the catalog.
Book drops will be opening soon. Please watch for more information via email. Thanks for your patience.
All accounts nearing their expiration dates have been renewed until February 1, 2021.
While library locations are temporarily closed to the public, we are uniquely positioned to continue supporting our community with online resources and services.
Saint Paul students can access these resources using Library Go, the library's virtual card program.
Learn more about the library’s digital offerings at sppl.org/digital-library.
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