City of Melville’s Bull Creek Library will close Saturday, 7 November and reopen on Tuesday, 1 December 2020 due to demolition and wiring works required to improve the efficiency, safety and accessibility of the library staff’s workroom facility.
The library was set to reopen on Tuesday, 24 November however due to unforeseen circumstances, additional building works are required and will delay the reopening of Bull Creek Library until 1 December, 2020.
The library will operate while remaining building works are carried out until mid-December 2020 and limiting the closure time for only the demolition and electrical wiring works.
City of Melville Mayor the Hon. George Gear JP said library members are encouraged to use other libraries within the City, as well as enjoy the remodeled, new look Canning Bridge Express Library for any borrowing and returning of items.
“To borrow or return books, or to collect FOGO compostable bin liners, you can visit any of our three other libraries: Civic Square library, Willagee Library or AH Bracks Library + Creative Space,” said Mayor Gear.
“The Canning Bridge Express Library will open on Monday, 2 November and be fully self-service, where library members can click and collect their loans and there will also be a boutique collection of popular titles available for loan, Wi-Fi and an after-hours chute open 24/7 so the community can return their items at any time
“Library members need not worry about renewing their loans, with the date due back reset to dates after the library reopens, and thanks to our new automated renewal system in place, all loans are also automatically renewed when they are due unless they have been requested by another borrower.
“We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your continued patience while the Bull Creek Library is closed between 7 November to 1 December”
For Frequently Asked Questions and more information, visit www.melvillecity.com.au/libraryhours