WAUWATOSA — In the wake of closures from the coronavirus pandemic, a local library is offering curbside service.
The Wauwatosa Public Library announced its curbside pickup for those interested. It launches on Monday, March 23 and will take place Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
If you don't know what to request, the library will also offer suggestions.
"There is no contact with people when you pick up your items. When you arrive at the library, you call and wait in a designated parking spot. Then our staff brings items and hangs it on a post. Then you can retrieve your items," said Eva Ennamorato with the City of Wauwatosa.
For those who want to use the curbside service, you're asked to call the library at 414-471-8484 to place requests. You can place up to 5 items on hold. The library will let you know when the books are ready for pickup.