COVID - 19 Library updates
March 15, 2020
The Kimberly - Little Chute Public Library is closed until further notice due to COVID-19. During our closure, we will look for opportunities to meet with you virtually and potentially provide some programming. As a reminder, the library has many digital services available to you for free; please check out our collections at https://www.kimlit.org/.
Staff will periodically be in the library and check messages and email should you have any questions or concerns.
More information on COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is available at:
· Centers for Disease Control & Prevention: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/
· Wisconsin Department of Health Services: https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/disease/covid-19.htm
· Outagamie County Health Department https://www.outagamie.org/government/f-through-m/health-human-services/p...
We appreciate your support and understanding during this time and will continue to consider the safety and well-being of patrons, staff, and community as a top priority.
Steve Thiry - Library Director
The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSC) launched a
customer service phone line for people who need help locating phone or internet service
during the COVID-19 public health emergency. Callers can speak with a PSC
Consumer Affairs staff person who will walk through internet and phone service options
available in their area and discuss eligibility for discounts on critical communications
"The helpline will serve as a one-stop shop for Wisconsin residents. Now more than
ever we need to equip our consumers with the information and resources they need in
order to access essential services." said Rebecca Cameron Valcq, Chairperson of the
The Internet and Phone Helpline number is 1 (608) 267-3595.
Callers can get help:
- Finding internet service and discounts
- Determining eligibility for a discount on voice or bundled voice and data
service through the Lifeline program
- Finding locations where emergency Wi-Fi has been made available during
the outbreak if no other options are available at home
Recently, the PSC in partnership with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction,
announced a new web tool that can be used to find now over 650 emergency Wi-Fi
locations in the state. See that announcement here.
Additionally, the PSC has compiled a listing of emergency internet resources being
offered by internet service providers. That information can be found on the PSC's
website at https://psc.wi.gov/