Gradually let go of the restrictions

From the 15th of July we can see some eased corona restrictions.

Information på svenska

The library is open and will gradually let go of the restrictions 

You are now welcome to stay longer at the library.
We have some seats available, though it’s still important to keep a distance. 

The Reading room of the Main Library has reopened for the public,
but with space between the seats.

You are allowed to use the computers, although there can stillbe some technical problems.

The newspapers are back, but we need to avoid a crowd.

In the corner with magazines and newspapers at the Main Library
a maximum of four people is allowed at the same time.

The latest issue of the magazines is no longer available to check out. 
You have to read it at the library. 

We no longer have a limited number of visitors allowed in the library,
but you still have to keep a distance.

If you don’t want to enter the library when returning books,
you can leave your books in the return machine of the Main Library, at Biblioteksgången.
It is open 24 hours a day.

The other libraries in Täby have return boxes where you can leave your items. 

From 1 September the loan period is normal, that is:
4 weeks for books and 2 weeks for magazines.
If there is a queue your loan period is only 2 weeks. 

Extended services during the corona pandemic

We offer Take Away – the staff collect and borrow your books
and you pick them up at the information desk
or outside the library entrance.

If you are an at-risk group and live in Täby
you can get books delivered to your home within a week.
Home delivery-service is offered only when staff resources are available,
and might be unavailable during holiday periods.

We also offer Book Bags for schools and preschools.
If you work in a school or in a preschool, please contact your closest library.

Opening hours

From week 34 (23d of August –) the library has normal opening hours.

Here you will find all opening hours.

We follow the recommendations of the Public Health Agency of Sweden
and adjust the library service to the ongoing pandemic.