As of this Friday, the Bozeman Library will once again close the building to the public but still offer curbside service, virtual ordering and telephone conversations. This building closure is expected to last at least until the first week of 2021.

“The health and safety of our community is of the utmost importance. Keeping our doors shuttered to the public in order to stymie the potential transmission of this virus to each other is one of the ways that the Bozeman Public Library continues to help our health partners as they battle this virus.” -Library Director Susan Gregory

COVID-19 cases in Gallatin County continue to make record highs, contact tracing has fallen way behind and testing itself is not nearly as smooth as it should be. Delayed results and lost tests are becoming a common event.

This closure of the actual library building is strictly for the health of the general public. They will continue to offer as many services as possible. (Things actually went surprisingly smooth earlier this year when the library closed it's doors the first time.)

THE OFFICIAL BOZEMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY WEBSITE is going to be your best resource in the coming weeks during this closure. You can also call the Bozeman Public Library with specific questions: (406)582-2410.

  • Curbside service will be available in this manner:
  • 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday
  • 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Saturday
  • Curbside service not available on Sundays or Mondays at this time.
  • Holds on materials can be placed at www.bozemanlibrary.org or by calling 406-582-2410
  • This building closure (according to the City of Bozeman) is expected to last until at least Monday, January 4th, 2021.