The Frisco Public Library has finally returned to normal hours this month, but will still be working at reduced capacity and new hours to accommodate CDC and state guidelines according to a Community Impact article published on November 5th. In it they say:
“The Frisco Public Library will return to its regular hours beginning Nov. 7, though it will continue to operate at 75% capacity, per guidance issued by Gov. Greg Abbott. That amounts to a maximum of 204 visitors in the library at any one time. The library has been operating at reduced hours since reopening to the public at 25% capacity on June 4.”
Earlier in the year the library has changed it’s working hours according to an NBC5 DFW article published on June 5th. In it they say:
“The library opened its doors on Thursday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and will be open on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. The facility will be closed on Wednesday and Sunday.
Governor Abbott’s latest executive order limits libraries to 50% capacity, meaning that the capacity for the Frisco Public Library will be limited to 136 people, not including staff.”
The library’s working capacity has gone up apart from the return to normal operating hours. Masks are also required for entry now perhaps as a result of the bump up in capacity.