How can I stay connected to the Skokie Public Library?

Posted on the Skokie Public Library website on March 23, 2020:

With Governor Pritzker’s Stay at Home order, we will keep our building closed through April 7. Many of our collections and services are still available online. Please continue to enjoy the library at home.

We’ll extend all due dates until after we’ve reopened. No need to bring anything back!

Note: the bookmobile will not make stops through April 7 to help stop the spread of COVID-19. 



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1. How have Village services been impacted?
2. How can I help protect first responders from getting COVID-19 if I have to call 9-1-1?
3. Why was the ambulance crew wearing special gear when treating my neighbor?
4. Is there a shortage of COVID-19 test kits?
5. Can I donate personal protective equipment, like face masks?
6. What can I do to help my neighbors and the community?
7. What does social distancing mean?
8. How can I participate in the Skokie Spirit Shines Through campaign?
9. Is it true that Skokie parks are closed?
10. Are Village meetings and events canceled?
11. The Village of Skokie has declared a State of Emergency. What does this mean?
12. Where can I turn for financial assistance?
13. Is the water quality safe?
14. I heard that mixing a few household cleaners is good to disinfect against COVID-19. Is this true?
15. How can I support small businesses in Skokie during this crisis?
16. Is food available to those in need during this crisis?
17. Is there a list of Skokie restaurants and businesses that are open and offering carry-out, delivery or curbside service?
18. Do any businesses offer special shopping hours for seniors?
19. How can I stay connected to the Skokie Public Library?
20. Is there special information for childcare centers, including home daycare operations?
21. Is there special information for dentists, orthodontists and other oral care professionals?
22. How can I stay informed?