Culpeper County Library

The Culpeper County Library will reopen Monday, June 15, with limited hours, services and patron capacity.

The Culpeper County Library is closed until further notice, due to the coronavirus pandemic, as are all Culpeper County offices.

So this week, there is no list of new titles for readers.

On July 1, 2019, the library stopped charging overdue fines on all checked-out items other than mobile hotspots and Inter Library Loan materials.

It also has extended all due dates to May 1, 2020, so there is no need to return items before that date.

The best way to contact the library staff at this time is by e-mail, at

“It is with great reluctance and heavy hearts that a decision has been made to close the Culpeper County Library and its meeting room during this time period to help protect our wonderful patrons, staff and volunteers from the spread of COVID-19,” Library Director Greg Grunow and the Culpeper County Library Board said earlier. “The health and safety of our patrons, staff and volunteers is of paramount importance.”

The library’s website,, remains available 24/7 and has many wonderful resources including e-books, e-audio books, streaming video, educational and research databases.

The library’s book drop remains open for returns.

“We apologize for the inconvenience and look forward to seeing everyone safe and healthy in the near future,” said Nancy Delaney, the library’s technical services & collection development coordinator.

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