As all 3 local school libraries will be closed until at least the middle of October, the Wellington Public Library has added evening and weekend hours so that kids can get the books they need. The easiest way to get books is to put them on hold through our website. Go to wellington.colibraries.org and click on My Account/Catalog Search. Follow this link for instructions on how to place holds: https://wellington.colibraries.org/curbside-pickup/ You may also come into the library, but we suggest making an appointment if you would like to ensure that you will be able to enter at a specific time. You must wear a mask if entering the building. If you do not have a library card yet, it's the perfect time to get one. Follow this link to fill out our application. https://wellington.colibraries.org/how-do-i-get-a-library-…/ We will call you when your card is ready. You will need to show a picture ID and proof of current address, which can be your ID or a piece of mail. Children 12 and older may get a card, but an adult must fill out their application and be present when picking up the card. Please be patient with us. We are doing the best we can to get your items to you quickly. Call us if you have any questions (970.568.3040).
Boulder County Public Health updates Gathering Order to address personal safety concerns of 18-22 year-old residents
Boulder County Public Health has just issued updates to its order restricting gatherings of people in Boulder age 18-to-22; changes prohibit gatherings of more than 2 people rather than the original one person.
On Thursday, the city, University of Colorado Boulder, Boulder County Public Hea…
On Thursday, the city, University of Colorado Boulder, Boulder County Public Health and Boulder Valley School District held its weekly COVID-19 Community Briefing, to provide updates on the latest response and to answer questions.
Learn more about these weekly briefings and watch Thursday’s session at http://ow.ly/
City Issues Emergency Order Prohibiting Alcohol Sales at Bars, Restaurants After 10 P.M.
The City of Boulder has issued an emergency order prohibiting alcohol sales at bars and restaurants after 10 p.m. in an effort to help limit the spread of COVID-19.
The order goes into effect on Sept. 25 at 5 p.m. and will last through Oct. 8 at noon, unless further amended or extended.
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