Most Cleveland Public Library areas will reopen for searching starting Monday, officers say

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CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Public Library announced on Saturday that almost all library branches, including the main downtown library, will reopen for personal browsing Monday morning, according to a press release from the library system.

According to the publication, the opening times of the libraries are from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The release notes indicate that curb and walk-up services are still available.

The branches you can browse in person include:

Main library (city center)

Addison

Brooklyn

Carnegie West

Collinwood

East 131st Street

Eastman

fleet

Fulton

Garden valley

Glenville

Harvard-Lee

Hough

Langston Hughes

Lorain

Martin L. King Jr.

Memorial Nottingham

Mt. Pleasant

rice

Rockport

south

South Brooklyn

sterling

union

Walz

West Park, Forest, and Jefferson The branches will only offer curb and inspection services until 6 p.m. on April 2, when all construction work is suspended, the press release said. The Public Administration Library Cleveland City Hall will be closed for limited hours at City Hall.

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