The Court House Library will be getting some renovations in the next year. We need a new roof, new front pillars and, obviously, new front steps. The front steps have been deteriorating for a while but we thought they would hold out until the renovations began. Unfortunately, they didn't make it that long. We apologize for the inconvenience and the fact the front of the building is unattractive right now but your safety is more important. An architect has been chosen and plans are being worked on, so the project is underway.
Thank you for your patience.
Deb Poillon, Library Director
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The Cape May County Library is pleased to provide free delivery of library materials to Cape May County residents of any age who are physically unable to visit the library, including the elderly, the disabled and those who are temporarily incapacitated by illness or accident and are unable to get to the library on their own.
Homebound Delivery visits are made to a patron once a month on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, depending on staff availability. A schedule will be discussed with you during your first visit. This service is free. You will not be charged any fines, although you will be responsible for lost or damaged items. Books in large print, regular size print, and Audio Books are available. You may request specific authors and titles or have a librarian choose them according to your interest. Four to eight items at any time will be delivered.
To arrange for a homebound delivery, please call 463-6358. Indicate that you are interested in a Homebound Delivery. Leave a message with your name, phone number, and address and someone will return your call.