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Greater Sudbury libraries shifting to curbside and counter services only

The City of Greater Sudbury has decided to take this additional step in order to better protect people during this latest round of the COVID-19 pandemic, which will also affect Citizen Service Centres

Greater Sudbury public libraries will be restricted to curbside and counter services only effective Monday.

Earlier this week, the city had indicated that libraries would remain open at 50 per cent capacity, with the strengthened lockdown announced on Friday.

The city’s Citizen Service Centres will also be limited to curbside and counter service only.

Municipal and citizen service transactions, the Clear the Card campaign and printing of COVID-19 vaccination certificates will not be affected.

Computer access will not be available for booking, and community programs will continue to be offered online only.

Residents who require Citizen Service Centre services are encouraged to phone ahead, and may be asked to make an appointment. 

Access to washrooms and a place to warm up will remain available.

For more information, visit

The latest COVID-19 information related to city services can be found by clicking here, and the latest from Public Health Sudbury and Districts can be found by clicking here.


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