On Monday, June 22 St. Charles City-County Library Branches will open our doors and return to in-person Library service. Learn more here. Note: Due to recent flooding, the Kathryn Linnemann Branch remains closed.



  NOTE: Due to recent flooding, the Kathryn Linnemann Library will remain closed at this time. Kathryn Linnemann customers are invited to visit, pick up holds, and return materials to any of our other locations.  

Hours for all branches (except Augusta & Boone’s Trail) 

Monday - Thursday -- 11 am - 7 pm

Friday & Saturday -- 11 am - 5 pm

Sunday -- 1 pm -5 pm

Augusta & Boone’s Trail hours:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday -- 11 am - 7 pm

Saturday -- 9:00 am - 11:30 am

(Shortened service hours will allow staff to have time for extensive cleaning and reshelving of materials before and after the buildings are open to the public.)

You can...

  • Return items, browse and check out materials, and pick up holds

  • Get a new library card

  • Sign up and pick up prizes for Summer Challenge

  • Use public computers for job applications, schoolwork, or fun

  • Access fax and copy machines

  • Print documents

  • Check out a Library laptop or Chromebook to use in the branch (most locations)

  • Connect to Library wi-fi and use your device

Curbside and (Drive-Up - Spencer Road Branch only) services will continue to be offered and will be available during all operating hours.

Curbside Procedures:

  1. When you arrive at your branch, pull into a designated curbside spot/lane.

  2. Call or text the number on the sign and staff will assist you.

  3. For your safety and the safety of our staff, please remain in your vehicle.

  4. Please have your photo ID or library card ready to show. (Staff will look at your card through the closed window).

  5. A staff member will bring your materials to your vehicle. Please let staff know if you would like materials put inside your vehicle (and where) or left outside your vehicle.

Drive-Up Procedures at the Spencer Road Branch:‚Äč

  1. When you arrive at the branch, follow the signs to the drive-up lane.

Other things to know…

  • All Library staff members will be wearing face coverings and customers are strongly encouraged to also...


    (There will be adult and youth size face coverings available for you to use if you do not have your own.)

  • Please note: If you require one-on-one assistance, you must wear a face covering to interact with staff.

  • 96 hour quarantine of returned materials is still in effect. As you are browsing shelves instead of putting “unwanted items” back on the shelf, please place them on book carts located throughout the library so these materials may also be quarantined.

  • To allow for physical distancing, Library branches will observe capacity limits. If a building reaches the maximum number of customers that it can safely accommodate, you will be asked to wait outside until space becomes available.

A few things that are still not available…

  • Meeting rooms and study rooms are still closed to the public

  • Following CDC guidelines, early literacy spaces are closed and all activities/toys are currently unavailable for use.

  • Donations are not being accepted at this time

  • No passports will be processed

  • In-person classes & events remain temporarily unavailable, instead enjoy virtual programs for all ages

  • Some seating areas may be closed to help maintain physical distancing