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Express Pickup Drop-off

Express Pickup / Drop-off

While library buildings are closed, you can still pick up and return materials!

The pickup / drop-pff process is easy and involves little or no in-person contact. When you arrive at your library, please follow all instructions and safety guidelines in order to protect yourself and others.

Call your library or make an appointment for pickup, drop-off, or both!

In order to protect the wellbeing of library customers and staff, Express Pickup / Drop-off will be available by appointment only, Monday through Friday, 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM, at the following locations:

  • Bull Street Library – 912.652.3628
  • Carnegie Library – 912.651.1973
  • Garden City Library – 912.644.5932
  • Hinesville Library – 912.368.4003
  • Islands Library – 912.897.4061
  • Midway-Riceboro Library – 912.884.5742
  • Oglethorpe Mall Library – 912.921.2082
  • Pooler Library – 912.748.6979
  • Rincon Library – 912.826.2222
  • Southwest Chatham Library – 912.927.4079
  • Springfield Library – 912.754.3003

The pickup / drop-off process is easy and involves little or no in-person contact with others. Please follow all safety guidelines and instructions at your library.

  1. Make an appointment by phone or online.
  2. Visit your library to pick up and/or drop off your items.
  3. Enjoy your materials at home.

Library users can place holds by logging in to their PINES account or calling their library location.  You will be notified when materials are available for pickup. Customers at libraries not offering express services may arrange to pick up materials at another library location.  

Returned items will be quarantined before they are checked in, so it will take several days before customers see the materials removed from their library account.

Due to ongoing concerns related to COVID-19, all library buildings remain closed to the public until further notice.  Bookdrops are closed as well.  Until library buildings reopen, please remember:

  • Due dates are extended, overdue fees are waived, and library cards are renewed
  • If you do not already have a library card, you can apply for digital access to online resources.
  • Libraries are open online. Visit liveoakpl.org and follow @liveoakpl for information, resources, virtual programs, and more.

We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we carefully work toward a phased reopening. The health and safety of our customers, staff, and community is our top priority. 

Hope to see you again soon!