The library building is closed to the public, but our staff is still accessible by phone and by email!
Returns & Holds
Due dates for all items have been extended until May 1st. The book drop is now open! Please practice social distancing when returning your materials in the outside book drop.
If you are unable to get to the library to return materials, please give us a call at 203.797.4505 or email email@example.com.
We have also begun the process of mailing one hold at a time to Danbury Residents. Under guidance from the Danbury Health Department, items with touch screens, devices, and bags will not be circulated.
Cards expiring this year have been automatically extended to 6/30. If you need a library card and are a Danbury resident, apply online and we will e-mail you a card number which will allow you to access our digital services and place holds.
Downloadable and streaming eBooks, audiobooks, music, movies, and TV shows are available to all residents of Danbury with a valid Danbury Library card. Downloadable content can be accessed through your personal computer, smart phone, or tablet using applications that you can learn more about below.
Our talented programmers are hard at work creating digital content and arranging virtual programs to entertain and educate while you’re stuck at home! Follow us on Facebook for live updates and check our calendar to see what kinds of events are coming soon. (Choose “Virtual Program” from the calendar if you are accessing on mobile.)
Library Card Contest
The winners for our library card design contest have been announced! Keep an eye out for the winning designs coming soon to a library card near you.
Questions regarding the spread of COVID-19 can be directed to United Way’s 2-1-1 hotline. You can also text “CTCOVID” to 898211. To learn more, please visit the city website.
Local Resources Compiled by the United Way of Western Connecticut
The United Way is managing a resource page with information on everything from how to speak to children about COVID-19, FAQs about unemployment benefits, changes to food bank services, and lots of educational resources for students (including students with special needs and learning differences).
CT’s Official State Website
Check in on the state of Connecticut’s official website for updates from the Governor, the latest testing data in CT, answers to frequently asked questions, emergency orders and news releases, and public health resources.
Economic Injury Disaster Loans through SBA
Following a request from Governor Ned Lamont, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced that qualifying Connecticut businesses and non-profits can now access Economic Injury Disaster Loans. Businesses and nonprofit organizations that demonstrate economic injury as a result of COVID-19 may have access to up to $2 million in economic assistance loans. These loans may be used to pay fixed debts, payroll, accounts payable and other bills that can’t be paid because of the virus’s impact.
Comcast Internet Service
Comcast is offering free internet service to qualified low-income families through their Internet Essentials program.