PRESS RELEASE: Safety Harbor Library Home Delivery Service Updates

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Home delivery of library materials is available for Safety Harbor residents of all ages unable to physically visit the library due to illness, disability, or injury. This service is free, available on a long-term or temporary basis.

    Due to the current COVID-19 conditions, the Library is offering delivery service to residents aged 65 and older who are not comfortable visiting the Library. Items are left in bags at your front door for return and pick up without social interaction.

    Home delivery patrons can call for advice on what to read or request specific materials. Items are checked out to your library card, delivered to your door, and picked-up for return by a library ambassador on a bi-monthly basis. If you need a library card, we can assist.  

For more information or to register for home delivery service, visit the Outreach page on our website for an application,www.SafetyHarborLibrary.com, emailoutreach@cityofsafetyharbor.com, or call 727-724-1525 x 4107. The library is located 101 2nd Street N., Safety Harbor, FL 34695.

Kathryn Malaxos has lived in Safety Harbor since 1990. She is a mother of two grown humans and a dog who may never grow up. Kathy started teaching in 1989 and continues to work as a public school teacher. She is a graduate of USF St. Pete’s master’s program for Digital Journalism & Design. Contact her with story ideas and suggestions at newsroom@safetyharborsun.com