As a reminder: When Springs Valley Schools are cancelled due to the weather,
Melton Library is also closed.
Temporary Change of Hours
Beginning July 6th, anyone entering the Melton Public Library will be required to wear a mask while they are in the library.
The Melton Public Library is taking proactive measures to safeguard our patrons, our community and our staff. We are mindful of the concerns surrounding the coronavirus and we want everyone to remain healthy.
As stated by Governor Holcomb: “Mask Up Hoosiers” This is a time when we must do all we can to reduce the spread of COVID-19, protect our most vulnerable populations and reduce their potential to acquire or spread this virus.”
If you are feeling unwell, please contact us via phone for service. For those patrons we can still offer curbside service. Our phone number is 812-936-2177.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday
9:00 – 3:00 All Patrons
* No More than 10 people upstairs and 10 people downstairs at one time.
* Limit of five books & five DVD’s per card
* The Melton Public Library is requesting that patrons
who are feeling unwell, please contact us via phone
for service. For these patrons we can still offer
Our phone number is 812-936-2177.
We are available 9:00 – 3:30.
* Hand sanitizer is available for patron and staff use.
* While in the Melton Public Library we ask that you
maintain your 6 feet social distance from other
people in the library.
* Public Computers are spread out by removal of
computers/seats in an attempt to maintain good
physical distance as much as possible and the unit being
wiped down between each use. Computers will also
only be used for important business; unemployment,
job application, food assistance, cash assistance, health
A reminder that Overdrive and Hoopla, our digital download sites are available for library patrons to access digital eBooks, audiobooks, movies and magazines.
Please feel free to reach us by email if you have any questions or concerns at: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
We appreciate all of our patrons and we truly want everyone to remain healthy.