Press Release: Fauquier Public Library Increases COVID-19 Operations

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Library Expands Curbside Service

(Warrenton, VA) April 27, 2020 – Beginning Friday, May 1, Fauquier Public Library will expand curbside service to include the Marshall branch at the Marshall Community Center on Rectortown Road. Curbside service began at the Bealeton and Warrenton libraries on March 18.

Service hours are:

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Thursday and Friday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

“We are pleased to offer curbside service at all three library locations. Our users appreciate the ability to check out books, movies and other materials during this unusual time,” said Maria Del Rosso, Director, Fauquier Public Library.

The library has made access to library services as easy as possible during the COVID-19 state of emergency declared by Governor Ralph Northam.

In addition to offering curbside service, a streamlined library card application process allows patrons to begin using their cards without coming into a library branch.

“Online registration gives quick access to books and movies as well as electronic services like eBooks, eAudio, eMagazines and digital movies,” Del Rosso said.

Fauquier residents can apply for a library card at

More information about tools and resources available from Fauquier Public Library can be found at

For additional information about Fauquier Public Library’s COVID-19 operations, go here.

Contact: Lisa Pavlock
Public Information Coordinator
Phone: 540.422.8518? 540.272.0241


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