COVID Response Information

Masks Encouraged

Masking is encouraged to help keep our youngest and immunocompromised visitors safe!

Library Information:

• All library buildings are open to the public. Please click here to see hours and locations. Curbside services are available for holds pick-up, modified printing, scanning, copying, and faxing. Limited laptops/Chromebooks are available to be checked out and used in the parking lots at Fishersville, Churchville, Craigsville, Stuarts Draft, and Weyers Cave. Click here for more information about laptop checkouts.

• Virtual materials are available 24/7.

  • Click here to explore our apps for e-books, audiobooks, music, and more.
  • Click here for language learning, online classes, knowledge databases, and more through the Library of Virginia.
  • Click here to browse all of ACL’s virtual services.

If you or someone in your household has been diagnosed with COVID-19, please do not visit the library or return library materials until all members of your household have received medical clearance to do so. Please get in touch with your local library via telephone to discuss due date extensions or other account concerns. Valley Libraries staff members are willing to provide account accommodations to you for the safety of staff and other library patrons. Don’t forget – all Valley Libraries are now fine-free, so you will not be charged overdue fines for late items.


General Information:

The Virginia Department of Health has information on COVID-19 testing, including information about testing sites in the area.The VDH recommends that you call ahead before visiting any of these testing sites, as tests or appointments may be limited.

You may also contact the VDH call center with any questions at 877-ASK-VDH3 (877-275-8343).

Labcorp, while not affiliated with the VDH, also provides information on their website about their available COVID-19 testing options

If you have a COVID-19 exposure or develop COVID-19 symptoms and have a primary care provider (PCP), contacting your PCP for guidance and information about testing is also recommended.

Covid Vax FAQs