FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 22, 2020
BUTTE COUNTY LIBRARY COMPUTER ACCESS AVAILABLE TO RESIDENTS IMPACTED BY THE NORTH COMPLEX WEST ZONE FIRE
Butte County, Calif.— In an effort to assist residents impacted by the North Complex West Zone Fire, the Butte County Library will offer computer access to survivors beginning Wednesday, September 23. All library branches, except Biggs, will have a limited number of computers available to use for FEMA application, insurance and other related paperwork. There is no need to be a library member; guest passes will be available allowing impacted residents computer access for up to an hour. Computer usage and Wi-Fi access for general purposes remains suspended. The Butte County Library Literacy Coach will also be available to provide Wi-Fi access to residents at Lakeside Market located at 5250 Olive Highway, every Thursday from 9AM-Noon, beginning September 24th.
To comply with COVID-19 reopening guidelines, and for the safety of library staff and patrons, social distancing measures will be in place. Library patrons are required to wear face coverings, in accordance with California Department of Public Health face covering guidance. . Butte County Library staff members are available by phone at 530.552.5652, Tuesday through Saturday from 10AM-5PM. For more information please visit www.buttecounty.net/bclibrary.