September is Amnesty Month at the Woodbridge Public Library!

For Immediate Release:
August 20, 2021

Contact:
Monica Eppinger, Library Director
732-634-4450 x7099
meppinger@woodbridgelibrary.org

Woodbridge Township, NJ – Woodbridge Public Library will hold an Amnesty Month in September for library patrons who have materials to return and/or fines that accrued during the pandemic. All overdue fines and fees will be forgiven during September, National Library Card Month, when all materials are returned, and library cards are renewed. 

"The fall, the beginning of the school year, is always a good time for everyone in the community to either get a library card or renew them," commented Library Director Monica Eppinger, "This year it is a time that the Library Board of Trustees would like to give everyone a chance to bring materials back to the library without penalty."

The library will require reimbursement for the value of lost materials, but processing fees and overdue fines will be waived when library cards are renewed.  Patrons will need to visit in person to renew their library card memberships.  Please visit the library website for library hours.

For more information, please do not hesitate to contact Monica Eppinger, Library Director, directorawoodbridgelibrary.org, or call 732-634-4450 x7099.