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Metro Library entered the "Grab & Go" stage of reopening on March 5, 2021. Customers can enjoy curbside delivery of their ready holds. In-library technology will still be available as public computers can be reserved for one 1 hour session per day. Scanning, copying, printing, and faxing services are also available. Customers can connect to our free Wi-Fi from outside the building. In our Grab & Go stage, customers can again enter the library, but they are encouraged to make their in-person visit as brief as possible.


  • Monday-Thursday: 9-8pm 
  • Friday:  9-6pm  
  • Saturday: 9-4pm 
  • Sunday: 1-5pm 

*The hours for Harrah, Jones, Luther, Nicoma Park, and Wright vary from the hours listed above. 

**Phone and digital support is available: M-Th: 9-9pm; Fr: 9-6pm; Sat: 9-5pm; Sun: 1-6pm



  • Monday-Friday: 1-6pm
  • Saturday: 1-4pm
  • Sunday: 1-5pm 

Curbside delivery for Harrah, Jones, Luther, Nicoma Park, and Wright will operate within their regular hours of operation.



Self-Service copying, faxing, printing, and scanning

  • Make copies, send faxes, print documents, or scan documents in the library. 
  • Faxing and scanning are free.
  • Costs to make copies or print: black and white-$0.10/page, color-$0.50/page.

Browsing, checkout, holds, and materials

  • You can browse the shelves and retrieve your holds from the hold shelf.
  • Use a self-check machine, use the Metro Checkout app, or have staff help you check out. 

Limited public computer use

  • Computer sessions are 1 hour each with a max of one session/day. 
  • Computer sessions are reserved in-person only at every library. 
  • Computers are spaced to support social distancing.   
  • Children’s computers are not available.  


  • Masks covering the nose and mouth are required for all customers and staff inside any Metropolitan Library location.
  • In addition to wearing masks, staff will wear gloves while handling materials and money. 
  • All materials must continue to be returned to the library using the outside book returns. 
  • All returned materials will be held in quarantine for at least 96 hours before they are checked in and customers will be credited for the date on which they returned the materials.
  • If a library facility must close for disinfection, we will do so in accordance with CDC guidelines.
  • Frequently touched areas should be cleaned at least 3 times/day. These areas include (but are not limited to) public computers, self-check machines, desks and tables, and copy/scan/fax machines. 
  • Computers are spaced to support social distancing. 
  • To encourage customers to "Grab & Go," tables and chairs will not be available for customers to use.    


  • Visit our Student Center to locate homework help resources, a list of upcoming programs, fun scavenger hunts, arts/crafts tutorials, and more.  
  • Looking for fun activities for your family? View our Create at Home video library and use materials easily found at home to create masterpieces. Our staff highlight an easy family craft and provide supplemental reading to continue the learning after the craft is complete. 
  • Our library mascot is lonely and misses seeing children in our libraries. We invite children of all ages to write Spoticus and become his pen pal. 
  • Don't know what to read next? Let our reading experts create a personalized reading list just for you. 
  • Watch our events calendar for updates about upcoming programming. 


  • Digital Titles Available 24/7 - Your library has plenty of digital titles available 24/7 for all ages, including eBooks, eAudiobooks, databases, streaming music, movies, TV shows, and more. 
  • Book a Librarian - Do you need help navigating an online application? Learning how to video conference? Researching your ancestry? Complete a short survey and a librarian will contact you by email, phone, or video chat. 
  • Research, Services, and Online Learning - Get access to library services, collections, research and online learning sources wherever you are! Get help from Ask a Librarian, explore Oklahoma history, learn a new language or skill online, research your family history, and more. 


  • All children's materials are fine free
  • Our Wi-Fi signal extends into the parking lots at most libraries and it can be used 24/7 for free from our parking lots. 
  • In-person library programs are suspended until further notice, but many programs are available online
  • Library outreach has been suspended until further notice.    
  • Public meeting room usage has been suspended until further notice.   
  • In-person volunteer opportunities, including volunteering for the Friends of the Library, have been suspended until further notice. 
  • In-library reading and studying are not available during the Grab & Go stage.   
  • Material donations at our libraries and at our sort site have been suspended until further notice. If you would like to be notified when we resume accepting donations, please visit this page.