Curbside pickup of requested items, computers by appointment, and other limited services are available.  Please contact your library for specific information on services provided. 

Online Catalog Available

- Pioneerland Library System -

The Pioneerland Library System Online Catalog is available. To place holds using the online catalog, you will need to create a personal pin number.

For instructions on how to create a pin,
please click on this link:

https://iii.pioneerland.lib.mn.us/screens/help_pin.html

If you have any questions,
please call the library at 320-587-2368.
If staff is not available, please leave a detailed message. Thank you!

 

COVID-19 Information Lines:

McLeod County has set up a phone line for citizens to access important daily recordings with information about COVID-19.cThis line will have a recorded message from Public Health employees, updated daily and/or as necessary, with important information about COVID-19.

To access these recordings please call (320) 484-4369.

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State Information Hotline (Minnesota Department of Education and Minnesota Department of Human Services— education and childcare focused questions) —
651-297-1304 (daily 7 am – 7 pm)

Minnesota Department of Health COVID 19 (medical information) —
1-800-651-3903 (times not definite but may be daily 7 am-7 pm)

Minnesota Department of Human Services Line for Child Care Providers
1-888-234-1268
(8 am – 4:30 pm M-F)

Make a Plan MN resources

make a plan

https://mn.gov/covid19/for-minnesotans/get-help/make-a-plan.jsp

Make a Plan, Minnesota

The Minnesota Department of Human Services urges all Minnesotans who are responsible for the care of a child to make a plan now for alternate short-term care for their children in the event parents or guardians become ill.

To support families in this process, they’ve developed Make a Plan, Minnesotawhich guides families through a process to identify possible caregivers, gather vital family and child information, and share their plan with others.

Please share this information with families that you work with, or with partner organizations in your network that work with families to support them in planning, if appropriate. Translation of these documents into Spanish, Hmong and Somali will be coming soon!

Photo/Illustration Credits: Made x MadeNOAA

WiFi & WiFi Hotspots Available

A mobile hotspot allows patrons to access the Internet at home or on the go.
They may connect to the device’s WiFi network using their computer, smartphone or another device.

Note: Coverage may not be available in all areas.