COVID-19 Planning and Resources

We will update this page with library information regarding the pandemic as well as provide helpful links to quality information. 

We understand that this is a time of great uncertainty and unrest and that the library is a community institution that can provide structure and guidance in a crisis. Therefore, we developed this Plan of Action to help the community understand our actions and provide structure in an unstable time.

You still have access to your library! You can still check out e-books, e-audiobooks, and even read your favorite magazines – all online!

Stuck at home? The Bridges Library System has put together a list of excellent (and free!) resources to keep you and your family occupied while stuck inside. Includes resources for kids and adults! 

School might be closed, but learning never stops! With some many companies offering their content for free, it can be very confusing to know all the resources available to you, so we’ve curated an entire page of FREE educational resources for you to use at home. 

Sources for Information on COVID-19

We are committed to connecting our community with quality resources and recognize that, with the rapidly changing situation and the flood of information, it can be overwhelming to know what is fact and what is dangerously false. Please use these trusted resources to learn more and keep you and your family informed and safe. 

Wisconsin Department of Health Servicesstay on top of the latest recommendations and announcements from the state

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)learn about how COVID-19 is transmitted, how to properly clean items, and explore their FAQs page

National Public Radio (NPR) – get the news right as it happens

University of Wisconsin Financial Resources – financial resources to help you get through COVID-19

Unemployment COVID-19 Public Information – An FAQ page from Wisconsin’s Department of Workforce Development for people laid off during the COVID-19 pandemic

Coronavirus Information and Resources compiled by 211 Wisconsin – Call ‘211’ or Text your zip code to ‘898211’ for assistance. (Help available in 180 languages)

Preparing for COVID-19 on Farms – information from UW Extension Farm Management

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