Due to the current seriousness of the COVID-19 Pandemic the Bridgeport Public Library will be temporarily reducing public hours at all BPL locations, effective Monday, January 10th.
We regret having to make this change but the safety of both our patrons and staff remains our primary concern.
Sincerely, Elaine Braithwaite City Librarian
Walk-ins welcome, no appointment needed.
Booster Shots offered to all who are eligible.
Due to the spikes in the Omicron variant as well as Delta and the original COVID 19, BPL has made the tough decision to cancel all in-person programming for the time being. We hope that you will join us for the online programs we will be offering on Facebook Live, Zoom and other platforms. Check out the calendar for updates.
Let’s hope this is just a short term situation.
Be well. Your BPL staff.
(The COVID testing and vaccination clinics will continue at the North Branch Library.)
Due to the Omicron variant there has been a serious uptick in the number of people testing positive for COVID-19. Consequently, the BPL is reinstituting Quick Pick Up for any Bridgeport patron who would prefer a contactless method for selecting and borrowing materials.
FREE COVID-19 TESTING at the North Branch Library – NORTH BRANCH LIBRARY TESTING CLOSED SAT. JANUARY 15TH
Are you as concerned as we are about COVID still being around? Would you like to be tested for COVID?
PCR test via nasal swab, and you will receive the results of your test in 1-3 days via text or email.
DRIVE UP ONLY (go to the parking area behind the building)
Come in for computer time or browsing time! Remember to wear a mask at all times and maintain social distancing. Check out our calendar for our online events!
Building Neighborhoods Together (BNT) offers many informative classes about homeownership and financial literacy.
- Click here for a full list of classes.
- Click here to learn how to schedule a counseling session.
- Click here to view all upcoming classes at a glance.
BNT is a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending housing insecurity, income inequality and homelessness by creating safe, affordable housing, and providing comprehensive financial and housing counseling services.