Due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases throughout Indiana, The Indianapolis Public Library is adjusting services for the safety of staff and patrons.
Beginning December 21, the Library will limit in-person services to curbside pick-up of reading materials, audiobooks, and DVDs. Limited walk-in use of computers, printers, and scanners will remain available on a first-come, first-serve basis with one-hour time limits. This change will be in effect at all IndyPL locations through at least mid-January.
Originally constructed in 1917 in the Greek Doric style with Indiana limestone, the Central Library was considered one of the most outstanding architectural libraries in the country. A recent expansion transformed the space, creating a breathtaking glass and steel Atrium that serves as an impressive event space. And city skyline views can be enjoyed by smaller groups and boards from the sixth floor space.