The City of Lubbock confirmed local libraries will no longer be providing curbside service as of March 30 in a news release on Tuesday.

The City of Lubbock Libraries will continue providing resources through the Library app, such as eBooks, audiobooks, digital magazines, select newspapers, Health and Medical Databases, DIY databases and Texshare databases, according to the release. One can access such resources through the app using either their library card or Techshare information.

One can contact any of the local Lubbock Public Library Branches for assistance with this information or to obtain a new library card number to gain access to the library's online resources, according to the release.

Contact City of Lubbock Libraries:

Call for a Card and general information

(806) 775 – 2835





Call for a Card Service 


(806) 775-3362






Call for a Card Service 


(806) 767-3733






Call for a Card Service 


(806) 767-3300


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