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Posted on: March 13, 2020

[ARCHIVED] City Closures & Cancellations-Library


Out of an abundance of caution and in an effort to practice social distancing and avoid introducing COVID-19 (Coronavirus) to our susceptible populations.

The Schertz Public Library and Schertz Senior Center will be closed Monday, March 16 through Sunday, March 22 and the situation will be re-evaluated on Friday, March 20.

At this time, the Library is closed to the public. However, we can still help!

  • Need a library card?
    • Register online to get a temporary card at
  • Need to return a physical item?
    • Our drive-up item return is available 24/7, and is located on the side of our building facing Elbel Rd.
    • We will also not be charging any late fines for materials due in the time period we are currently closed.
  • Need a tax form? 
    • You can find all the same forms we have and more at 
  • Wanted to pick up an item you have on hold?
    • We will make sure to keep it on the hold’s shelf until we are open again. 
  • Need a good book to read or movie to watch?
    • We have those and more e-resources available at
  • Wanted to browse our new physical items?
    • Browse our catalog at
    • And/Or browse by category at
  • Needed to use our space to congregate with a group?
    • We have a virtual meet-up space available via Brainfuse. Watch for how it works and go to to get started!

the City of Schertz will be modifying activities and schedules as listed below:

The City will be canceling the following city-sponsored social activities and will re-evaluate further cancellations weekly: 

  • Movin on Main (April 5)
  • Breakfast with the Heat at Schertz Family YMCA (March 21)
  • Star Party (March 28)
  • Movie in the Park (March 28)
  • Easter Egg-stravaganza (April 3)
  • Schertz EMS First Aid, CPR, and C.R.A.S.E. and Stop the Bleed classes  

Updates or changes will be provided via City social media pages and as they become available. 

If you have any questions, call 311 during normal business hours or email

The risk for COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in our area is still low, and emergency management officials continue to monitor the situation daily. City officials would like to encourage residents to stay informed on the latest developments surrounding COVID-19 by monitoring information provided by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). For more information in our area, visit

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