Answered By: Timothy Grasso Last Updated: Apr 07, 2021 Views: 1
The Hubbard library has had a policy of not enforcing due dates or charging fines for the duration of the COVID-19 emergency library closure. As we prepare for our eventual full reopening, the Hubbard Library will soon be phasing out our no due date courtesy period.
The library will begin enforcing due dates for library materials starting on April 30th.
All books with due dates before April 30th will be due back to the library on April 30th. Books with due dates after April 30th will be due on that date.
However, the library will still refrain from charging overdue fees at this time. Instead, patrons with an overdue book on their account will be unable to check out books until all overdue books are returned and checked in by library staff.
Patrons can read the full announcement here, along with our temporary revised policies on patron item limits and renewals.