The Redwood City Library is set to expand its curbside pickup service from 400 to 600 appointments per week beginning Aug. 4 in response to high demand for the service.
The Library launched contact-free curbside service at its downtown branch on June 16 in response to easing COVID-19 shelter-in-place restrictions. The service has been extremely popular, “with over 1,300 curbside deliveries provided in our first month,” according to library officials.
With increasing demand impacting wait times for curbside appointments, the Library said it aimed to make adjustments to allow more appointments.
“We hope these increased appointments reduce your wait times,” Library officials announced Monday.
To learn more about curbside service, visit here.
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