RIDGEFIELD, Conn. - Starting Saturday evening, all the main services offered via the Ridgefield Library computer system will be shut down.
According to the library website, this is a scheduled upgrade that will last from 6 p.m Saturday, March 9, through 9 a.m. Monday, March 11.
- The Circulation System will be down, so the library will not be able to accept fines or lost items, payments, check items in or issue new cards or card renewals.
- Check out will only be possible with a library card.
- Library catalog and account features will be unavailable remotely and at the library, so you will not be able to search the catalog, place a hold or renew items you have out.
- No notices of overdues or holds ready for pickup will be sent.
- Public Access Computers at the library will have no Internet connection but may be used for word processing and other offline applications.
- Wireless access will be available for those with their own laptops.
- Remote access to some databases that requires your library card number for log?in may be affected.
- Over Drive access to downloadable content should remain available.
- Library staff will not be reachable by email.
- Staff will be available to offer alternative research resources and to assist in locating items in the library.
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