All Library services — material circulation, computer use, printing/copying/faxing, and more — are available.
Face masks are recommended.
Indoor, in-person events and programs are still paused. Some outdoor events are scheduled.
On July 1, we are discontinuing the quarantine for returned items. All returned items will be wiped down but not quarantined.
Only return SCPL-owned items. We are not accepting donations to the collection at this time, though donations are accepted for the book sale.
Bookmobile service to home stop patrons has resumed. Service to long-term care facilities, daycares, and community stops is resuming on a case-by-case basis.
If you do not yet feel comfortable coming into the Library building, you can use our curbside service option to continue using your Library. Click here to learn more about curbside service.
Digital resources are always available. Click here to access our digital resources.
The below resources include those that typically require purchase or membership, but are temporarily available at no cost. For always free-to-use resources, view our Digital Resources.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) — COVID-19
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is the leading national public health institute of the United States, and is a federal agency under the Department of Health and Human Services. The website linked above is the hub for information regarding COVID-19.
Commonwealth of Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services
The state government’s home for most of the state’s human services and health care programs. Contains up-to-date information about COVID-19 in Kentucky.
New York Times COVID-19 Coverage
The New York Times is providing access to the most important news and useful guidance on the coronavirus outbreak to help everyone understand the pandemic.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and in light of the temporary closures of public libraries and bookstores across the country, BookPage will be pausing the shipment of the April issue until the majority of our subscribing locations have reopened to the public. However, you can still stay up-to-date on the newest releases by reading BookPage digitally!
Project Gutenberg is a library of over 60,000 free eBooks. Choose among free epub and Kindle eBooks, download them or read them online. You will find the world’s great literature here, with focus on older works for which U.S. copyright has expired. Thousands of volunteers digitized and diligently proofread the eBooks, for enjoyment and education.
JSTOR is an online collection of scholarly works and ebooks. They have an expansive Open Collection, where you can explore academic content that is open to everyone, everywhere. Search thousands of free journal articles and open access book chapters.
Shelby County Public Schools COVID-19 Updates
SCPS has compiled a list of resources and all communications from the school district regarding COVID-19.
Even when schools are closed, you can keep the learning going with these special cross-curricular journeys. Every day includes four separate learning experiences, each built around a thrilling, meaningful story or video. Kids can do them on their own, with their families, or with their teachers. Just find your grade level and let the learning begin!
-The Editors of Scholastic Classroom Magazines.
Learning to code teaches valuable life skills like problem solving and critical thinking, and helps people flourish in any career. Our friends at the Trimble County Public Library have extended their license to neighboring counties. Prenda Code Club provides free coding lessons for children.
To create an account with the Code Club, click the link above. Click Sign Up. Fill out the requested information, then choose Kentucky, and select Trimble County Public Library.
Physical forms are available in a limited quantity at the library. If you prefer to print your own, we are providing links to the commonly used forms and instructions below. Note that this is not an exhaustive list and please consult the appropriate agencies for more information. Contact a tax professional with any questions about which forms to use, how to file, etc. Library staff cannot answer those questions.