Hudson Library Update on COVID-19

UPDATE: May 29, 2020
Thank you for your continuing support and understanding during this extremely difficult public health challenge. As part of the Hudson Library’s phased reopening, telephone assistance including item requests and reference assistance will begin on Monday, June 1. Contactless curbside pickup appointments for patrons who have available materials on hold will also begin. If you have items on hold, you must contact the library to make a curbside appointment.

Stay tuned next week for more details about the contactless curbside pickup options for new requests.

Phone reference and item request hours (beginning on June 1):
Monday / Wednesday / Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday: 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

The Hudson Library’s top priority continues to be our community’s health and safety. All returned materials will be quarantined for 72 hours. COVID-19 safety protocols have been put in place.

All dates and procedures relating to the library’s phased reopening process are subject to potential change based on directives from state and county health authorities as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

For the most up-to-date information check out our website at or follow us on social media.

Resources for Further Information on COVID-19

The Centers for Disease Control, the main U.S. federal agency monitoring and responding to the coronavirus outbreak, has created a site with frequently updated information for health practitioners, researchers, and the general public.


This health encyclopedia produced by the U.S. National Library of Medicine provides background on coronaviruses, along with updated information and links to health and medical information from other government agencies and trusted third-party organizations.


World Health Organization, a leading international health agency helping to coordinate the global response to the coronavirus outbreak, offers global news updates and helpful videos, answers common questions and dispels myths about the virus.


The Ohio Department of Health is a source for updated, accurate information to help you prepare for and protect against coronavirus disease 2019, COVID-19. If you have questions, call the COVID-19 Call Line.


Coronavirus Frauds and Scams: What You Need to Know The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) continues its work protecting consumers, providing guidance to businesses, and protecting competition in the marketplace throughout the pandemic.