An update on HCTPL and COVID-19

To our valued library patrons,

Everyone here at the Huntington City-Township Public Library appreciates your patience and understanding as we continue to work through the current public health emergency. We truly miss seeing all of you in the Library and we look forward to being able to see you again soon.

Unfortunately, the situation with the COVID-19 outbreak is difficult to predict and plans often have to change on short notice. As such, the Library Board has decided to leave the reopening date for our Library facilities open-ended to give us the most flexibility possible. In addition, we will not have any programs or meetings at the Library through the end of May.

We will follow guidelines from the local, state and federal government regarding safety and public gatherings. We will post updates on our Facebook page and website as soon as we have new information.

While our buildings are not open, we have many electronic services available to you including our Overdrive and RB Digital e-book and e-audiobook platforms. We have also recently added the Hoopla service for streaming movies, TV shows, and music. We also have access to a number of free databases including Tumblebooks, which provides e-books for kids. 

In addition, our staff is available to answer your questions and provide assistance during regular business hours by e-mailing  

If you need WIFI you can come to the parking lot at our front entrance and use it for free anytime of day.

Check our website homepage for a full list of the services that are available while our buildings are closed. We are currently working diligently to find ways to provide services in our buildings as soon as it is safe to do so. This may include curbside pickup, mobile printing, and limited computer access. 

Thank you for your continued patience and understanding.