In accordance with Governor DeWine's "Stay at home" order, effective Monday, March 23 at 11 :59 PM, Andover Public Library'has ceased all face-to-face services. That means no more curbside services.
You will still have access to the library’s wi fi. It is available 24/7 for access on personal devices. The signal is very strong and can be used from the library parking lot.
You will also have online access to free e-media, such as e-books, audio books, magazines, comic books, children’s read a longs, movies, music and more are available with a library card via Overdrive, Libby, Hoopla, etc.
If you have library materials at home, please keep them, without fines, until the library reopens. Please stay safe.
Placing Holds in CLEVNET
The ability for patrons to place holds for physical items online has been disabled while libraries are closed. CLEVNET has been overwhelmed with unfulfilled holds requested from closed libraries. We recommend that patrons use the "My List" feature in the public catalog during this time frame and place the hold once the hold feature is re-enabled.