In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 and keep our community healthy, the library will be closed until further notice. During this time period, all programming at the library building is canceled.

All physical materials currently checked out will not be due until we re-open. Patrons will not be charged overdue fines during the closure, and we ask that patrons keep any materials they have at home until the library opens again.

We are working on expanding our digital collection, online resources, and virtual programs. Please check back periodically for updates.

Census 2020

Learn more about the 2020 Census by visiting the official U.S. Census Bureau website:

A sample of the official questionnaire is available here:


The 2020 Census counts every person living in the United States and five U.S. territories. It takes less than 10 minutes to complete, and you can respond to the census in three ways: online, by phone, or by mail.

Your answers help determine:

Why is April 1, 2020 so important?

When completing the census, you’ll note where you are living on April 1. Even if you fill your form out early, April 1 is used as a reference point.


How does the Census Bureau protect my data?

If you submit your census online, your information is encrypted. The Census Bureau’s cybersecurity program meets the highest and most recent standards for protecting personal information.

Your Census information is confidential. Federal law protects your census responses. Your answers can only be used to produce statistics.

By law, the Census Bureau cannot share your information with immigration or law enforcement agencies, or allow it to be used to determine your eligibility for government benefits.

Did you know:

Avoid scams!

The U.S. Census Bureau will never ask for:

If a website, e-mail, or person claiming to be from the Census Bureau asks you for one of these things, you may be the target or victim of a scam.