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Nanuet Curbside Pickup: Home

Curbside Pickup Overview

Curbside Pickup Service Available by Appointment

Monday - Thursday  11am - 7:30pm 

Friday - Saturday     11am - 3:30pm   

 

How it Works:    Order > Schedule Appointment > Pickup

 

Step 1.  Request Books, DVD's, CD's and other materials by using one of the following methods:  

  • Place your holds online using the RCLS Catalog.  Right now, you will be limited to items owned by Nanuet Public Library. 
  • Call Reference Staff to get help placing holds.  For Adult/Teen materials, call 845-623-4281 ext. 128.  For Children's materials, call 845-623-4281 ext. 112.  A Librarian will help you select materials, even if you don't know exactly what you want.  
  • Order a Grab Bag.  Our Grab Bag Service allows you to fill out a brief form and select categories and genres that interest you.  A Librarian will then put together a specially-curated selection of Books, Movies or Music for you. It's an easy and fun way to discover something new!

 

Step 2.  A Library Staff member will contact you to set up a time for pickup.  Pickup is available:

           Monday - Thursday  11am - 7:30pm 

           Friday - Saturday  11am - 3:30pm   

 

Step 3.  After arriving at the Library at your appointment time, call the Library at 845-623-4281 ext. 110 from your car.  If you do not have a cell phone, you should call the Library before you leave your house.  Give us a description of your car when you call.  Either open your trunk (preferred) or one of your back windows, return to your car, and wait for Library staff to deliver your items.  Please hold up your Library Card with your windows closed when staff arrives.  If you have items to return, please park after getting your books and walk the books to the book drop, being mindful of other people.  

Items returned in the Book Drop will remain on your account for up to 7 days for quarantining.  They will be checked in FINE FREE.    

 

Do you need accommodations?  Please call us at 845-623-4281 to discuss your needs.

 

New from Children's!  Book Bundles.  Book Bundles are themed picture book collections put together by staff.  Two ways to check out.  1 - Make an appointment to visit the children's room and check out the bundles on display.  2. - Fill out a book bundle request form and a librarian will contact you for curbside pickup.

Now offering Grab and Go Craft-Along Kits!  Available for select Children's Crafternoons and Terrific Tuesdays this summer.  Register on Evanced to reserve a kit.  We'll call you to schedule a curbside pick-up.  Call us from your car when you arrive and we'll bring your kit out to you!  Use your supplies to craft along with us on Facebook and Instagram Live.  Available one week before each event while supplies last!  Watch your e-mail and social media for kit announcements!  Click on the car to go to our Calendar registration page and reserve a kit (Evanced).  

Get a Library Card From Home!  If you are a Nanuet School District Resident, you can  apply to get a temporary card.  You'll fill out a form and       we will email your barcode and pin to you.  Once the library  reopens, come in with 2 forms of ID and receive your physical library card.  Children must be 5 years old to receive a card.

Collection Lists

Picture of old card catalog.

Do you miss browsing the aisles or using the old Card Catalog to find what you want?  

We have Lists of some collections of the Library below.  Call to request specific titles, or use the RCLS Catalog to Place Holds after seeing what we have.

Fine-Free 2020.  In order to ease just a small portion of the stress and burden caused by the current pandemic, Nanuet Public LIbrary will not charge overdue fines for library materials returned during the remainder of the calendar year 2020.  This waiver applies to overdue fines on library materials such as books, magazines, DVDs, CDs, and Games.  Overdue fines still apply to more expensive items such as museum passes and technology.  Fees for damaged or lost materials still apply.  Fines and fees accrued on previously returned materials still apply.