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Curbside Library Services Beginning June 2, 2020

Edgewood Community Library Curbside Services - Beginning June 2, 2020
Although the library will remain closed to the public until further notice, we are pleased to offer you curbside services to borrow library materials and participate in our annual Summer Reading Program!  We have been hard at work devising a plan that follows current health orders and guidelines for your safety and ours.  Please bear with us as we navigate this new process; there are bound to be some unexpected hiccups along the way.  We sincerely look forward to seeing all our lovely patrons again!

Any items you wish to check out via curbside service must first be reserved by either signing into your library member account from the online catalog or by phone request (281-0138) with a librarian.  When your reserved items are ready, you will receive notification via text, email, or phone call to pick them up during scheduled curbside service hours.  Please follow the marked entrance and exit route when using curbside services.  When you reach the pick up point, please stay in your vehicle.  A librarian wearing proper personal protection equipment will assist you.

  • Turn in library materials:  Anytime to the drop box located in front of the library entrance.
  • Pick up reserved library materials:  Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 11:30am 12:30pm and 4:30pm-5:30pm.
  • Summer Reading Program packet pick-ups, reading tracker pick-ups/drop-offs, and prize pick-ups:  Thursdays 10:30am-12:00pm until July 30, 2020.

Don't have a library member account? No problem!  Just contact us by phone or email and we'll get you set up with one!  Prefer to use free electronic resources like digital books and audiobooks?  We’ve got you covered there, too!  You can find 24/7 access to all our digital resources either from the online catalog or from the library webpages.  Don’t forget that you’ve got 24/7 access to Wi-Fi (no password required) from the library parking lot as well.  Want to stay on top of digital library events and programming?  Check out our online calendar and/or follow us on Facebook; both are accessible from our webpages.

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Community Meal Program Announced by Santa Fe County

Community Meal Program Announced by Santa Fe County

SANTA FE, NM - Santa Fe County in partnership with the World Central Kitchen, Santa Fe Community College, Salvation Army, YouthWorks, and Street Food Institute will be distributing meals at no charge to community residents. The meal distribution will begin on Tuesday, May 5, 2020 and continue until further notice.

“The County has really been on the forefront of getting organizations together to help those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic and we will continue to create innovative programs to reach everyone in our community,” said Senior Planner Lucy Foma. “We are fortunate that so many groups want to help and we want to bring people together in this time of social distancing.”

The County’s meal distribution centers will cover multiple locations around the county, from Edgewood to Espanola. Locations and hours of operation are as follows:


Espanola/La Puebla/Cuartelez/Arroyo Seco/Sombrillo
Abedon Lopez Sr. Community Center
155 A Camino de Quintana, Espanola, SF County
3:00-4:30 p.m.

Benny J Chavez Center
354 A Juan Medina Rd, Chimayo
3:00-4:30 p.m.

Pojoaque Satellite Office
5 West Gutierrez, Suite 9, Pojoaque, NM in the Pojoaque Pueblo Plaza
3:00-4:30 p.m.

Edgewood Fire Station
1 Municipal Way, Edgewood
3:00-5:00 p.m.


La Cienega/La Cieneguilla/La Bajada
I-25 Exit 271
3:00-4:30 p.m.

Meal distribution will comply with all social distancing guidelines issued by the State and there are no qualifications for the free meals or questions asked. Santa Fe County continues to work to promote the health and safety of our residents, and if you are in need of food or have questions about the program, please call Lucy Foma, Senior Planner with Santa Fe County’s Growth Management Department at 505-995-2735 or

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