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Press Release Index 2020

June

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Miami-Dade Public Library System honored with 10 national and state awards for excellence and achievement

– Awards recognize MDPLS's innovative community programs and services –

(Miami, FL – June 17, 2020) The Miami‑Dade Public Library System (MDPLS) is pleased to announce that it has once again been recognized with prestigious national and state awards for delivering innovative library programs and services to the residents of Miami‑Dade County. MDPLS has won nine 2020 National Association of Counties (NACo) Achievement Awards and has also won the 2020 Florida Library Association (FLA) Award for Exemplary Instructional Programs or Services for its Homework Help & Tutoring Program, which was previously recognized with a NACo Award in 2019.

The FLA Award honors excellence in Florida libraries. The MDPLS Homework Help & Tutoring Program promotes literacy and learning by providing students grades K‑12 with free tutoring in reading, math and science from certified teachers every Saturday. The popular in‑library program was adapted to an online program to continue to provide this valuable service in the wake of COVID‑19. The program, which has also been awarded grant funding from The Children's Trust to help expand its services, inspires and supports student achievement. More information is available at www.mdpls.org/tutor.

This is the third consecutive year that MDPLS has been recognized with an FLA Award, having won the FLA Library Innovation Award for its Technobus in 2019 and the FLA Award for Excellence in Marketing and Public Relations in 2018.

NACo Awards honor innovative, effective county government programs that strengthen services for residents. Over the past four years, MDPLS is proud to have been honored with 33 NACo Awards, including this year's awards for programs ranging from social services and community outreach to family festivals, art and author fairs as follows:

  • MDPLS Author Series and Local Author Fair
  • May the Fourth Be with You: A Star Wars Day Celebration – Entertaining and Informational Family Festival
  • Year-Round Book Sales at the Library
  • Cookbook Bookclub – Exploring New Cuisines and Connecting through Food
  • Climate of Art – Environmental Art Workshops and Exhibition
  • Teen Curatorial: Empowering Young Artists at the Library
  • Coffee and Conversations with a Librarian – Connecting with those Experiencing Homelessness
  • Social Services in Libraries Program – Addressing Needs of At‑Risk Populations
  • Miami VA Healthcare System Community Living Center Outreach to Veterans

"Miami‑Dade County's Public Libraries have extraordinarily dedicated and talented professionals who are continuously creating innovative programs and services focused on the needs of the residents they interact with every day," said Library Director Ray Baker. "It's an honor to again have our library team recognized for the hard work and caring involved in providing essential programs and services for our patrons."

About the Miami-Dade Public Library System
The mission of the Miami‑Dade Public Library System (MDPLS) is to provide extraordinary services, spaces and experiences that promote literacy and learning, personal growth and limitless opportunities. Learn more at www.mdpls.org.

About the National Association of Counties
The National Association of Counties (NACo) unites America's 3,069 county governments. Founded in 1935, NACo brings county officials together to advocate with a collective voice on national policy, exchange ideas and build new leadership skills, pursue transformational county solutions, enrich the public's understanding of county government and exercise exemplary leadership in public service. Learn more at www.naco.org.

About the Florida Library Association
The Florida Library Association (FLA) is a statewide organization that promotes excellence in Florida libraries by advocating strongly for libraries and providing high quality professional and leadership development for a diverse community of library staff, volunteers, and supporters. Learn more at www.flalib.org.

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Miami-Dade Public Library System to reopen to the public on June 8

– Coronavirus (COVID‑19) safety measures, including mask use and social distancing, will be enforced to ensure public health –

(Miami, FL – June 5, 2020) The Miami-Dade Public Library System (MDPLS) will reopen to the public on an expanded schedule beginning Monday, June 8, 2020, with coronavirus (COVID-19) safety measures, including mandatory wearing of face masks or face coverings to enter and while in the library, social distancing and personal protective equipment for library patrons and staff at all MDPLS locations. The expanded schedule of operating hours is available on the Library's website: www.mdpls.org.

During the initial reopening, all library locations will operate with occupancy limits in keeping with state and Miami-Dade County guidelines to ensure social distancing and gatherings of 10 people or less. In addition to the strict occupancy limits, patrons will be required to wear face masks or face coverings to enter and while inside the library, sanitize or wash their hands upon entry and practice social distancing.

To maintain social distancing, a reduced number of seating areas and computers will be available and time limits will be placed on computer sessions to ensure access for others. Floor decals have also been placed throughout all libraries to remind people where they should stand.

Other safety measures include the installation of plexiglass shields at service desks, face shields for library staff, hand sanitizer dispensers throughout library facilities and disinfecting wipes available for staff and patrons to wipe down computer areas and printers/copy machines. In addition to enhanced janitorial services, Library staff will also be cleaning and disinfecting service desks, tables and other high touch point areas throughout the day after each use.

Patrons are encouraged to continue using the MDPLS online library and digital resources and to pre‑order items such as books and DVDs using the Library's online catalog or mobile app or by calling their nearest branch for express pickup at their preferred library location to limit in‑person interactions and allow for more people to use in‑library services in keeping with occupancy limits.

While no in-library programs or events will be taking place until further notice, patrons may enjoy the Library's virtual programs and storytimes available on the MDPLS Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages and YouTube channel.
Throughout this pandemic, the Miami‑Dade Public Library System has continued to serve the public through availability of digital content (e.g., eBooks, audiobooks, movies, learning resources and virtual programs), walk‑up service for patrons to pick up pre-ordered library materials, and by distributing over 115,000 paper state Reemployment Assistance applications and over 21,000 Department of Children and Families Food (SNAP), Medical (Medicaid) and Temporary Cash (TANF) Assistance applications to residents in need of obtaining economic assistance during this time. With the reopening of our libraries, residents will now also be able to use library computers and Wi‑Fi to access these and other assistance programs, conduct job searches, complete the 2020 Census online, pick up Vote‑by‑Mail Ballot Request Forms and copies of the County's 2020 Hurricane Guide, and more.

For more information about the Library's reopening plan, visit www.mdpls.org or www.miamidade.gov/newnormal.

All protocols and guidelines in the reopening plan were developed in consultation with Miami‑Dade County's medical experts at the Florida Department of Health, Jackson Health System, U‑Health and the medical schools at Florida International University and the University of Miami.

For questions or assistance, residents may email customercare@mdpls.org or contact any library location. A complete list of locations, addresses and phone numbers is available at the branch directory.

For the latest COVID‑19 updates, information and resources, visit www.miamidade.gov/coronavirus.

About the Miami‑Dade Public Library System
The mission of the Miami-Dade Public Library System is to provide extraordinary services, spaces and experiences that promote literacy and learning, personal growth and limitless opportunities. MDPLS has been recognized with 20 National Association of Counties (NACo) Achievement Awards over the past two years and has been honored with the Florida Library Association (FLA) Award for Library Innovation for its Technobus in 2019 and the FLA Award for Excellence in Marketing and Public Relations in 2018. Learn more at www.mdpls.org.

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Miami­Dade Public Library System to begin outdoor walk­up service for pre­ordered library materials beginning Monday, May 4

– Patrons may pick up pre‑ordered books, DVDs and other library materials outside all MDPLS locations –

(Miami, FL – May 1, 2020) Miami‑Dade County residents who have been missing the opportunity to borrow books, DVDs and other materials during the library's closure will be able to pick up pre‑ordered library materials outside all 50 Miami‑Dade Public Library System (MDPLS) locations beginning Monday, May 4th. MDPLS will provide walk‑up service to library patrons for materials that have been reserved through the Library's online catalog, mobile app, by email to Customer Care or by calling the branch. Additionally, all MDPLS locations will continue to distribute state Reemployment Assistance applications and Florida Department of Children and Families applications for food, medical and temporary cash assistance.

Please note: Effective immediately, the new operating schedule, which now includes all 50 MDPLS library locations, is Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. ‑ 6 p.m. Although outdoor walk‑up service will not be available on Sundays, residents may still pick up applications at the library entrances.

Here's how the outdoor walk‑up service for pre-ordered library materials will work:

Step One: Pre‑order and reserve library materials

Library patrons may pre‑order books, DVDs and other library materials by reserving items and selecting their preferred library location using the MDPLS online catalog or MDPLS mobile app. Residents may also email customercare@mdpls.org or call their nearest library branch.

A MDPLS library card is needed to request and check out materials. Residents who don't have a library card can apply for an eCard (electronic card) online and begin using it immediately. Patrons who need help with their accounts or library card activation, including PIN resets, may call their nearest branch or contact Customer Care via email at customercare@mdpls.org for assistance.

Step Two: Wait for notification that items are ready for pick up

Library patrons will be notified by email, phone or text when their requested items are ready for pick up.

Step Three: Pick up items

After receiving notification that items are ready for pick up, patrons can walk up to the entrance of their designated library location to pick up their materials while remaining outside.

Library patrons should have either their physical library card or digital library card available to be scanned with the Library's barcode scanner for check‑out.
Social distancing will be strictly enforced. Patrons must remain six feet apart from each other and library staff. There will be social distancing markers on the ground. Patrons must wear face coverings in order to receive service.

Library staff will be wearing face coverings and sanitize their hands for each check-out transaction and will adhere to the latest Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) safety guidelines.

Walk-up library patrons should come alone if possible but will be required to maintain social distancing if visiting with more than one person unless they are family members.
Library patrons wishing to return library materials may do so. Book drops have been unlocked, but please note that you may continue to hold on to your items until further notice. All returned library materials will be quarantined for 48 hours before being checked-in or reshelved following CDC best practices.

Miami‑Dade Public Library System buildings remain temporarily closed to the public. Lobbies, restrooms and computers will not be accessible.

For a complete list of library locations, addresses and phone numbers, please visit www.mdpls.org/branches.

For more information, questions or assistance, please email customercare@mdpls.org or call 305‑375‑2665 from 9 a.m. ‑ 6 p.m. seven days a week.

For the latest COVID-19 updates, information and resources, visit www.miamidade.gov/coronavirus.

About the Miami‑Dade Public Library System
The mission of the Miami-Dade Public Library System is to provide extraordinary services, spaces and experiences that promote literacy and learning, personal growth and limitless opportunities. MDPLS has been recognized with 20 National Association of Counties (NACo) Achievement Awards over the past two years and has been honored with the Florida Library Association (FLA) Award for Library Innovation for its Technobus in 2019 and the FLA Award for Excellence in Marketing and Public Relations in 2018. Learn more at www.mdpls.org.

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April


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Miami-Dade Public Library System to expand assistance to residents at 26 library locations effective Friday, April 17

– Printed applications for State of Florida food, medical and temporary cash assistance, a collection point for pet food and supplies, and continued provision of printed unemployment benefits applications, will be available from 9 a.m. ‑ 6 p.m. seven days a week –

(Miami, FL – April 16, 2020) The Miami-Dade Public Library System (MDPLS) is expanding its assistance to residents in need, especially those with no access to computers or printers at home. Beginning Friday, April 17, residents will be able to pick up printed ACCESS Florida applications for the following Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF) programs at the 26 library locations currently distributing printed copies of Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) Reemployment Assistance Applications:

  • Food Assistance (SNAP)
  • Medical Assistance (Medicaid)
  • Temporary Cash Assistance (TANF)

All applications are available in English, Spanish and Creole.

The state's Food Assistance Program (SNAP – Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program) helps low-income people buy healthy food. The Medical Assistance Program provides medical coverage through Medicaid to qualified low-income individuals and families. The Temporary Cash Assistance Program (TANF) provides cash assistance to families with children under the age of 18, or under age 19 if a full-time high school student, that meet eligibility requirements.

The DCF applications can be returned by mail, by fax, dropped off at DCF drop box location or returned to a staff member at any of the 26 participating library locations and MDPLS will securely transport them to one of the DCF drop box locations. Instructions and more information can be found on the top page of the application.

Additionally, MDPLS continues to distribute and collect printed Reemployment Assistance Applications for residents at the 26 participating library locations. Residents can pick up an unemployment application and envelope, take it home to fill out and then return it in the sealed envelope by dropping it off in the library location's book drop or at any CareerSource South Florida location, or mail it to the address on the form. Residents can also download and print a copy of the application from DEO's website and return it to any participating library's book drop. Security measures are in place to protect residents' personal information. Completed applications are picked up from the book drops by Miami-Dade County police officers every day and delivered to CareerSource South Florida where trained staff will send them securely overnight to DEO in Tallahassee for processing.

CareerSource South Florida is available to provide assistance with completing the unemployment benefits application by calling 305‑929‑1547.

MDPLS has also teamed up with the Miami-Dade Animal Services Department (ASD) to collect unopened pet food and unused supplies for pet owners who are having a hard time obtaining the resources they need for their pets. Beginning April 17, residents can drop off donations in collection bins available at the 26 library locations. These donations will be distributed to pet owners in need in our community by ASD.

Social distancing is being enforced. Residents should stay six feet away from one another. Wearing face masks is encouraged.

Please note: Effective Friday, April 17, the new service hours will be 9 a.m. ‑ 6 p.m. seven days a week.

For a list of the 26 participating library locations and more information, visit www.mdpls.org/reemployment-assistance. Residents may also call 305-375-2665 to find the nearest library location providing the printed applications.

For the latest COVID-19 updates, information and resources, visit www.miamidade.gov/coronavirus.

About the Miami‑Dade Public Library System
The mission of the Miami-Dade Public Library System is to provide extraordinary services, spaces and experiences that promote literacy and learning, personal growth and limitless opportunities. MDPLS has been recognized with 20 National Association of Counties (NACo) Achievement Awards over the past two years and has been honored with the Florida Library Association (FLA) Award for Library Innovation for its Technobus in 2019 and the FLA Award for Excellence in Marketing and Public Relations in 2018. Learn more at www.mdpls.org.

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Miami-Dade Public Library System distributes more than 46,000 printed Reemployment Assistance Applications to residents during first two days of effort to help those applying for state unemployment benefits

– Applications in English, Spanish and Creole are available at 26 library locations countywide –

(Miami, FL – April 10, 2020) Thousands of Miami‑Dade County residents with no access to computers or printers at home or who have been unable to access the state's unemployment website have picked up printed copies of Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) Reemployment Assistance Applications at 26 Miami‑Dade Public Library System (MDPLS) locations since the distribution began on Wednesday, April 8. As of Thursday, April 9, a total of 46,413 applications have been distributed and 7,918 applications returned to MDPLS book drops.

Unemployment applications in English, Spanish and Creole and envelopes to return them in are available for pickup outside the library entrances from 8 a.m. ‑ 7 p.m. seven days a week until further notice. Please note: Application pick up and drop off service will not be available on Sunday, April 12 in observance of Easter. Service will resume on Monday, April 13 at 8 a.m.

Residents can take the application home to fill out and then return it in the sealed envelope by dropping it off in the library location's book drop or at any CareerSource South Florida location, or mail it to the address on the form. Residents can also download and print a copy of the application from DEO's website and return it to any participating library's book drop. Security measures are in place to protect residents' personal information. Applications are picked up from the book drops by Miami-Dade County police officers every day and delivered to CareerSource South Florida where trained staff will send them securely overnight to DEO in Tallahassee for processing.

Social distancing is being enforced. Residents should stay six feet away from one another.

For a list of participating library locations, links to download and print the applications, and more information, visit www.mdpls.org/reemployment‑assistance.

Residents may also call 305‑375‑2665 to find the nearest library location providing the printed applications. CareerSource South Florida is available to provide assistance with completing the application by calling 305‑929‑1547.

For the latest COVID‑19 updates, information and resources, visit www.miamidade.gov/coronavirus.

About the Miami‑Dade Public Library System
The mission of the Miami-Dade Public Library System is to provide extraordinary services, spaces and experiences that promote literacy and learning, personal growth and limitless opportunities. MDPLS has been recognized with 20 National Association of Counties (NACo) Achievement Awards over the past two years and has been honored with the Florida Library Association (FLA) Award for Library Innovation for its Technobus in 2019 and the FLA Award for Excellence in Marketing and Public Relations in 2018. Learn more at www.mdpls.org.

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Miami-Dade Public Library System to provide Reemployment Assistance Applications at 26 library locations

– Printed copies will be available in English, Spanish and Creole –

(Miami, FL – April 7, 2020) In an effort to help Miami‑Dade County residents applying for state unemployment benefits, especially those who do not have computers at home, the Miami‑Dade Public Library System (MDPLS) will be providing printed copies of Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) Reemployment Assistance Applications at 26 library locations beginning Wednesday, April 8.

Unemployment applications in English, Spanish and Creole and envelopes to return them in will be available for pickup at tables outside the library entrances from 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. seven days a week until further notice. Residents can take the application home to fill out and then return it in the sealed envelope by dropping it off in the library location's book drop or at any CareerSource South Florida location. Applications will be picked up from the book drops every day and delivered to CareerSource South Florida where trained staff will send them securely overnight to DEO in Tallahassee for processing. Residents can also download and print a copy of the application from DEO's website and return it to any participating library's book drop.

MDPLS will be practicing social distancing at the library sites, with informational signage and markings on the ground spaced six feet apart.

The following are the 26 library locations where residents can pick up an application:

Allapattah Branch
1799 NW 35 Street
Miami, FL 33142

Arcola Lakes Branch
8240 NW 7 Avenue
Miami, FL 33150
California Club Branch
700 Ives Dairy Road
Miami, FL 33179
Coconut Grove Branch
2875 McFarlane Road
Miami, FL 33133
Concord Branch
3882 SW 112 Avenue
Miami, FL 33165
Coral Reef Branch
9211 SW 152 Street
Miami, FL 33157
Country Walk Branch
15433 SW 137 Avenue
Miami, FL 33177
Edison Center Branch
531 NW 62 Street
Miami, FL 33150
Fairlawn Branch
6376 SW 8 Street
West Miami, FL 33144
Golden Glades Branch
100 NE 166 Street
Miami, FL 33162
Hialeah Gardens Branch
11300 NW 87 Court
Hialeah Gardens, FL 33018
Hispanic Branch Library
1398 SW 1 Street
Miami, FL 33135
Homestead Branch
700 N. Homestead Boulevard
Homestead, FL 33030
International Mall Branch
10315 NW 12 Street
Doral, FL 33172
Kendale Lakes Branch
15205 SW 88 Street
Miami, FL 33196
Miami Beach Regional Library
227 22nd Street
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Miami Lakes Branch
6699 Windmill Gate Road
Miami Lakes, FL 33014
Naranja Branch
14850 SW 280 Street
Miami, FL 33032
North Dade Regional Library
2455 NW 183 Street
Miami Gardens, FL 33056
North Shore Branch
7501 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33141
Northeast Dade - Aventura Branch
2930 Aventura Boulevard
Aventura, FL 33180
Palm Springs North Branch
17601 NW 78 Avenue
Hialeah, FL 33015
South Miami Branch
6000 Sunset Drive
Miami, FL 33143
West Dade Regional Library
9445 Coral Way
Miami, FL 33165
West Flagler Branch
5050 West Flagler Street
Miami, FL 33134
West Kendall Regional Library
10201 Hammocks Boulevard
Miami, FL 33196
 

Residents may also call 305-375-2665 to find their nearest library location providing the printed applications. CareerSource South Florida is available to provide assistance with completing the application by calling 305-929-1547.

For the latest COVID-19 updates, information and resources, visit www.miamidade.gov/coronavirus

About the Miami‑Dade Public Library System
The mission of the Miami-Dade Public Library System is to provide extraordinary services, spaces and experiences that promote literacy and learning, personal growth and limitless opportunities. MDPLS has been recognized with 20 National Association of Counties (NACo) Achievement Awards over the past two years and has been honored with the Florida Library Association (FLA) Award for Library Innovation for its Technobus in 2019 and the FLA Award for Excellence in Marketing and Public Relations in 2018. Learn more at www.mdpls.org.

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March


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Miami-­Dade Public Library System to close all branches to the public effective Wednesday, March 18

(Miami, FL – March 18, 2020) In response to coronavirus (COVID‑19), the Miami‑Dade Public Library System (MDPLS) will close all its library locations to the public effective Wednesday, March 18 until further notice.

MDPLS wants to remind its customers that although its physical locations will be closed, its online library is always open and accessible from anywhere through www.mdpls.org. A wealth of digital options are available to patrons for free with their library card, including eBooks, eAudiobooks, digital magazines, movies, music, online learning and tutoring and more.

Those who don't have a library card can apply for an eCard online at ecard.mdpls.org. This electronic card will give them immediate access to the MDPLS online library and other services.

The MDPLS mobile app, available for free on iOS and Android, is also a great tool to access the online library.

MDPLS has also extended due dates for all materials until regular operations resume so patrons do not have to worry at this time about returning any items they have checked out. Additionally, as a fine‑free library, there is no charge for overdue materials. Pickup dates for requested materials on hold have also been extended.

For assistance with library cards, library accounts and any questions, residents may contact the MDPLS Customer Care team seven days a week at customercare@mdpls.org or call their nearest library branch.

MDPLS will continue to monitor COVID‑19 and follow the direction and guidelines provided by Miami‑Dade County officials, the Florida Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

For the latest COVID‑19 updates, information and resources, residents are encouraged to visit www.miamidade.gov/coronavirus.

About the Miami‑Dade Public Library System
The mission of the Miami-Dade Public Library System is to provide extraordinary services, spaces and experiences that promote literacy and learning, personal growth and limitless opportunities. MDPLS has been recognized with 20 National Association of Counties (NACo) Achievement Awards over the past two years and has been honored with the Florida Library Association (FLA) Award for Library Innovation for its Technobus in 2019 and the FLA Award for Excellence in Marketing and Public Relations in 2018. Learn more at www.mdpls.org.

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Miami­-Dade Public Library System takes preventive measures against coronavirus

(Miami, FL – March 4, 2020) The Miami‑Dade Public Library System (MDPLS) continues to monitor the coronavirus and to follow the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control to help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses. While no cases have been reported in Miami‑Dade County as of March 4, we are taking additional measures beyond our regular daily cleaning activities at all 50 of our library locations.

In addition to our regular janitorial cleanings at our locations, we are placing additional emphasis on cleaning tables, computer areas and equipment, bathrooms, seating areas, door handles and other frequently touched surfaces. We are also deploying hand sanitizing stations for placement at library entrances and other high‑traffic locations within our libraries to supplement the cleaning and sanitizing sprays, wipes, disinfectants, soap, and other products that are already available at our libraries. Further, staff throughout our library branches is assisting with additional cleaning throughout each workday to help prevent the spread of germs.

In addition to our enhanced cleaning efforts, MDPLS is also here to serve as a source of information for the public and will have posters in English and Spanish provided by the CDC with steps to stop the spread of germs, including washing your hands, covering your cough or sneeze with a tissue and staying home when you are sick, displayed in all our library locations and will be on our library website at www.mdpls.org.

About the Miami‑Dade Public Library System
The mission of the Miami-Dade Public Library System is to provide extraordinary services, spaces and experiences that promote literacy and learning, personal growth and limitless opportunities. MDPLS has been recognized with 20 National Association of Counties (NACo) Achievement Awards over the past two years and has been honored with the Florida Library Association (FLA) Award for Library Innovation for its Technobus in 2019 and the FLA Award for Excellence in Marketing and Public Relations in 2018. Learn more at www.mdpls.org.

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