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Curbside pickup service is offered Monday through Saturday from 10 am until 4 pm Library patrons may place holds by searching the catalog online, or by calling 619-522-7390 during curbside hours.
Items will be pulled from the shelves as early as the next week day. However, due to the high volume of holds, this process may take up to days. Pickup times also vary depending on item availability for example, all copies may be currently checked out, or there may be a queue for the item. Staff will notify patrons by phone when their holds have been pulled and are ready for contact-less pickup.
Once you've received a call that your items are ready for pick up, come to the library during curbside service hours and call 619-522-7390 to let us know you're here. Staff will deliver the items to you just outside the library's front entrance.
Please return all library materials to the book drops on Orange Avenue or 6th Avenue, or on the returns desk at the Circulation counter.
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When you receive notification, your LINK+ books will be ready for you to checkout at the Circulation desk or through our Curbside Service, as long as CPL is your selected pick up location.
LINK+ books may be returned at the returns counter at Circulation, or to either of our book drops. Please do not remove the LINK+ information band when returning the book.
Everyone benefits when you choose to volunteer:
Community members are encouraged to get involved by volunteering at the Coronado Public Library. Volunteers with a variety of skills, interests, and abilities are needed to work with Library staff as a team devoted to enriching the lives of others.
A variety of volunteer opportunities are available with the Coronado Public Library. Listed are just a few ideas: shelf reading, materials processing, arranging newspapers, computer lab assistance, assisting with Homebound, audiovisual processing and maintenance, children's special programs, and special projects.
Library Volunteers are expected to: