Library staff are still here to serve you via email (librarian@lincolncity.org) and phone (541-996-2277) while the library building is closed to the public. Learn more here.
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Lincoln City: Ayuntamiento y alcalde

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Noticias de Coronavirus

Authoritative Sources of Coronavirus Information / Fuentes Autorizadas de Información Sobre Coronavirus

City: Lincoln City Coronavirus Website | New projections show social distancing must be maintained to protect health care system | Lincoln City: City Manager Update as of 3-24-2020 | Lincoln City: City Manager Update as of 3-23-2020 | Lincoln City: City Manager Update as of 3-21-2020 | Lincoln City: City Manager Update as of 3-20-2020 | Lincoln City: City Manager Update as of 3-18-2020 | Lincoln City: City Manager Update as of 3-17-2020 | Lincoln City: City Manager Update as of 3-16-2020

Siletz Tribe: Confederated Tribe of Siletz Indians Coronavirus Information & Closures

County: Lincoln County Coronavirus Website | Lincoln County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Public Information Update (Revised 25 March 2020) | Lincoln County: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Donations | LINCOLN ALERTS - Emergency Notifications and Community Information | Información Comunitaria y Notificaciones de Emergencia | Lincoln County School District Coronavirus Website

State: State of Oregon's Coronavirus Information & Resources Website | State of Oregon: Oregon Health Authority Coronavirus Website | Complete list of Governor Brown's Executive Orders

Federal: CDC Coronavirus Website | CDC Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) FAQ | CDC Coronavirus Self-Checker | Manage Anxiety & Stress During Coronavirus | Maneje la ansiedad y el estrés | Veteran's Association | CDC: People with Asthma and COVID-19

World: WHO Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Outbreak Website | World Health Organization Myth Buster Website

Other Authoritative Sources:

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Homeschooling Resources

Authors & Artists Sharing Their Work (Read-alouds & Activites)

Kids' eBooks and eAudiobooks

Guides and How-tos

Curricula & Coursework

Books & Activites For Kids & Adults

Free eBooks and eAudiobooks

Concerts, Musicals, Plays, & Opera

Virtual Tours

eLearning

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18 March 2020

Driftwood Public Library Update:

  • The due dates for all items currently checked out have been extended to April 15, 2020, and will be extended further if necessary. We encourage patrons to stay home and hang onto their materials and other library items for the time being.
  • If you have a wifi hotspot checked out, you're in luck -- we will continue data service to these hotspots.
  • We have disabled all phone and email notifications. If you receive any overdue notices, please disregard!
  • We have also modified library card expiration dates so that no one's card will expire while the library is closed.
  • Driftwood does not charge overdue fines, but Tillamook County has waived all overdue fines accrued since March 1st.
  • If you encounter any issues with your library card, or if you don't have a library card and need to access the library's online resources, please call us at 541-996-2277 on weekdays between the hours of 10 AM and 5 PM, and we will work with you! If you are not able to call during these hours, please email us at librarian@lincolncity.org, or send us a message on Facebook!

Driftwood Public Library has closed its doors for Coronavirus precautions, but staff remain working and are committed to providing reliable information and valuable services! On this site you will find links to vetted sources of information about Coronavirus, links to local services and information, and resources for parents who are at home with children.

Currently, we can be reached by phone and email Monday - Friday from 10:00 until 5:00.


Driftwood biblioteca pública ha cerrado sus puertas como precaucion contra el Coronavirus(COVID-19), pero el personal seguira trabajando y estan comprometidos a ofrecer información confiable y servicios valiosos. En esta pagina encontrará enlaces a información sobre Coronavirus, enlaces para servicios y información locales y recursos para padres que están en casa con niños.

Actualmente, nos pueden contactar por teléfono y correo electrónico de lunes a viernes de 10:00 hasta las 5:00.

Archived Coronavirus News

26 March 2020 - Update from LCSD: Chromebooks, Continuing Meals on the Bus, and More

26 March 2020 - North Lincoln Sanitary Service: Office and recycling center closed to public entry. The Public Transfer Station will remain open, however, we strongly encourage the public to refrain from this facility unless absolutely necessary. Routes remain on schedule with no disruption.

26 March 2020 - AP News: Highlights of Congress’ $2.2 trillion virus relief package

26 March 2020 - Oregon: State delays tax filing deadline until July 15, matching new federal deadline

26 March 2020 - Prescription pick up, delivery and mail options in Lincoln City

26 March 2020 - Oregon State University will offer a coronavirus-related class on the science of stress and evidence-based coping skills that OSU students can take for credit and the public can take for free. | Course, "Punch through Pandemics with Psychological Science," can be found here.

26 March 2020 - Senate passes coronavirus rescue package on unanimous vote. House to vote soon. | Roll call vote | Full text of the bill as passed by the Senate on March 25, 2020 | AP News: Highlights of Congress’ $2.2 trillion virus relief package

26 March 2020 - In Lincoln City, OR: The Grill 1646, Oceans Apart Catering, and the Eagles will provide 120 dinners to medically fragile/immune deficient people for free on Thursday, 3/26. Call Eagles' president at 503-857-5823 to get on the delivery list.

25 March 2020 - Lincoln County:Clarification on the latest State and County actions

25 March 2020 - Lincoln County: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Donations

25 March 2020 - Creative Quarantine Kits available for curbside pickup at the Lincoln City Cultural Center this Thursday, 3/26/2020, 1-3 pm

25 March 2020 - Proteja sus finanzas del impacto del coronavirus

25 March 2020 - Protect yourself financially from the impact of the coronavirus

25 March 2020 - 503-378-8442 - Report price gouging / Denuncie drásticos aumentos de precio en comercios

24 March 2020 - Lincoln County, OR announces first confirmed case of COVID-19

24 March 2020 - Street Roots vendors deliver accurate information about COVID-19 to other unhoused people.

24 March 2020 - Oregon State Parks: Virtual Whale Watching (Live through Sunday, 29 March)

24 March 2020 - Lincoln County Parks Closed.

24 March 2020 - Cómo Cambiará Su Vida, Bajo La Orden De Estadía Del Gobernador De Oregón

24 March 2020 - FAQ: How Life Will Change More Under Oregon Governor's Stay Home Order

24 March 2020 - Archive.org: Announcing a National Emergency Library to Provide Digitized Books to Students and the Public: 1.4 million books avaiable

24 March 2020 - ¡No se deje meter cuentos! Lo que debe saber sobre el coronavirus de McMinnville Library

23 March 2020 - Lincoln County and Cities draft a joint declaration ordering closure of vacation rental dwellings, short term dwellings, homestay lodgings, hotels, motels, RV Parks, Private Campgrounds and similar lodgings with some exceptions.

23 March 2020 - Lincoln City Parks & Rec Virtual Classes on Facebook

23 March 2020 - Joint Declaration Draft Board of Lincoln County Commissioners - This Order takes effect upon adoption by Lincoln County. Vote takes place evening of 23 March 2020.

23 March 2020 - Governor Kate Brown Tightens Social Distancing Measures, Tells Oregonians to “Stay Home, Save Lives”

23 March 2020 - Oregon State Parks: COVID-19 Response: Parks closing

22 March 2020 - The doctor who helped defeat smallpox explains what’s coming

22 March 2020 - Gov. Kate Brown orders halt to residential evictions in Oregon during coronavirus emergency

21 March 2020 - Oregon delegation announces small businesses can now access economic disaster loans though the SBA

21 March 2020 - Lincoln City: All city parks and open spaces, including bathrooms, will be closed to the public starting Monday. The City has suspended utility billing shut-offs until further notice.

21 March 2020 - Lincoln County School District: Revised Meal Route Schedules Effective 3/24/20. Meals Also Delivered Tuesday, 3/24 and Thursday, 3/26 of Spring Break

21 March 2020 - U.S. Attorney Shares Tips for Avoiding COVID-19 Scams Targeting Vulnerable Populations

21 March 2020 - CDC Coronavirus Self-Checker: a COVID-19 assessment chatbot to screen Americans who may be unsure whether to seek medical care

20 March 2020 - U.S. Department of State: Global Level 4 Health Advisory – Do Not Travel

20 March 2020 - Rep. David Gomberg: Coronavirus Town Hall Follow-Up

20 March 2020 - Google and YouTube launch new resources to help teachers and families educate students at home

20 March 2020 - Gov. Kate Brown Tells Oregonians to Stay Home but Doesn’t Issue Order

20 March 2020 - Updated Message from Dr. Gray, Superintendent: Graduation, Food, Chrome Books, etc.

20 March 2020 - Lincoln County Parks COVID-19 Closures and Restrictions

20 March 2020 - Covid-19: How long does the coronavirus last on surfaces?

19 March 2020 - AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Sites Service Suspended Until Further Notice

19 march 2020 - Oregon State Parks Open, All Campgrounds Closed

19 March 2020 - Your Questions About Life Under Coronavirus, Answered.

19 March 2020 - United Way Covid-19 Resources: List of many services for families and individuals in need

18 March 2020 - Trump signs coronavirus bill ordering free testing and aid for workers. Measure will expand Medicaid and unemployment benefits and mandate paid sick leave for some

18 March 2020 - Samaritan Health Under Visitor Restrictions

18 March 2020 - Oregon utilities waiving late fees during coronavirus outbreak

18 March 2020 - New Seasons, Safeway And Albertsons Offering Shopping Hours For 'Vulnerable' Groups

18 March 2020 - Oregon State Representative David Gomberg: Coronavirus Virtual Meeting Thursday, March 19

18 March 2020 - A progress report on Lincoln County Schools and the environments employees must cope with

17 March 2020 - New Coronavirus Stable for Hours on Surfaces

17 March 2020 - A Message From Lincoln City Police Chief Jerry Palmer Regarding the COVID-19 Virus

17 March 2020 - Lincoln County School District: All Schools Closed Until Tuesday, April 28

17 March 2020 - Gov. Kate Brown Restricts Visitors At All Nursing and Residential Care Facilities

16 March 2020 - Governor Kate Brown Announces New Statewide Actions on COVID-19