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Borrow and return services of public libraries gradually resumed

From 21 May, following the earlier opening of the Hong Kong Central Library and the six major libraries (namely City Hall, Kowloon, Tsuen Wan, Sha Tin, Tuen Mun and Ping Shan Tin Shui Wai Public Library), other 12 district libraries (namely Aberdeen, Chai Wan, Lockhart Road, Lai Chi Kok, Lam Tin, Ngau Chi Wan, Yau Ma Tei, Fanling, Tai Po, Tiu Keng Leng, Tsing Yi and Tung Chung Public Library) will be reopened with limited services, including lending and returning of library materials, and picking up of library materials reserved. All reopening libraries will implement special opening hours, arrange admission by sessions and limit the number of people entering the library. Members of the public will be subject to body temperature checks before admission. Children aged under 12 are allowed to enter the library only when accompanied by an adult. Library facilities to be reopened include adult library, young adult library, children's library, partial computer facilities and Students’ Study Room. Other facilities including newspapers and periodicals area, reference library, etc., will remain closed. Please refer to the Details.

Other facilities resumed earlier include the book drop service of the Hong Kong Public Libraries (including service at MTR Central, Kowloon Tong and Nam Cheong stations) and the self-service library stations located at Island East Sports Centre Sitting-out Area, the Hong Kong Cultural Centre and Tsuen Nam Road, Tai Wai.

Other public libraries and their students’ study room, and mobile libraries will continue to be temporarily closed until further notice. Overdue fines will not be generated for late return of library materials, and due date of reservation pick up will be extended accordingly.

Library Email Notification Service

How to register for the Library Email Notification Service

  1. Access the Hong Kong Public Libraries homepage at http://www.605221.buzz .
  2. Go to My Account / Renewal input box on homepage or click My Account on the floating menu.
  3. Enter your library card number or Hong Kong ID Card Number*.
  4. Enter your Internet “password”or the last four digits of your registered telephone number. Then click Login .
  5. Select My Account and then click Contact Information .
  6. Click Edit on the Contact Information screen and select “Email”as your Notification Preference in the box of Personal Information .
  7. Enter your email address in the box provided and click Save .
  8. Read the “Conditions of Use for Email Notification Service”carefully and click Accept if you agree to these conditions. Click Reject  if you do not agree to any of the conditions and select “Paper Mail”as your Notification Preference in the box of Personal Information .
  9. The message of “Your contact information has been updated”will be displayed on the screen when the registration is completed.
    The following library notices will be sent to your registered email address:
 Library NoticeNormal delivery time
i. Due Date Reminder 3 days before the due date
ii. Overdue Alert 1 day after the due date
iii. First Overdue Notice 15 days after the due date
iv. Hold Awaiting Notice 1 day after the hold is filled
v. Hold Unavailable Notice 1 day after the hold is cancelled
vi. Renewal Confirmation Notice After completion of online renewals

       * For readers who have applied for using their Smart ID cards for the library
          services only.


How to change your email address or discontinue receiving library notices through email

  1. Access the Hong Kong Public Libraries homepage at http://www.605221.buzz
  2. Go to My Account / Renewal input box on homepage or click My Account on the floating menu.
  3. Enter your library card number or Hong Kong ID Card Number*.
  4. Enter your Internet “password”or the last four digits of your registered telephone number. Then click Login .
  5. Select My Account and click Contact Information .
  6. Click Edit on the Contact Information screen.
    1. To change the email address, delete the old email address in the box of Correspondence Address , enter a new email address and double check if "Email" is selected as your Notification Preference before clicking Save .
    2. Read the “Conditions of Use for Email Notification Service”and click Accept .
    3. To discontinue receiving library notices through email, select “ Paper Mail ”as your Notification Preference in the box of Personal Information and click Save . Library notices will be sent to you by post.
  7. The message “Your contact information has been updated”will be shown when the update is completed.

       * For readers who have applied for using their Smart ID cards for the library
          services only.


Notes for the Library Email Notification Service

  1. To use the Email Notification Service, readers are required to register their email addresses through the Hong Kong Public Libraries (HKPLs) homepage. The service will be activated by entering a valid email address in My Account , selecting  “Email”as the Notification Preference and clicking the Save button.
  2. To ensure that library notices will be correctly delivered, readers are required to login to My Account again for verification of the registered email address after the registration is completed.
  3. By registering for the Email Notification Service, readers agree that the following library notices will be delivered to their registered email addresses:

    1. Due Date Reminder (3 days before the due date)
    2. Overdue Alert (1 day after the due date)
    3. First Overdue Notice (15 days after the due date)
    4. Hold Awaiting Notice (1 day after the hold is filled)
    5. Hold Unavailable Notice (1 day after the hold is cancelled)
    6. Renewal Confirmation Notice (After completion of online renewals)

    These library notices will not be sent to readers by post except for the situation described in paragraph 6 below.
  4. Readers should regularly check their email accounts to ensure that the accounts are operating normally and have spaces for incoming emails. The HKPLs accept no liability for any problems arising from the failure of the readers to receive library notices via their registered email addresses.
  5. Due Date Reminders and Overdue Notices are issued to remind readers to return the library materials they have borrowed. All loan items must be returned to the library within 14 days after the day of borrowing. Failure to receive the Reminder/Notice or renew the library materials, for whatever reasons, does not discharge the borrower’s liability to pay overdue fines.
  6. When a library notice (except the Due Date Reminder, Overdue Alert and Renewal Confirmation Notice) cannot be delivered through email, a printed copy of the notice will be sent to the reader by post. If the number of undelivered emails exceeds the limit specified by the HKPLs, the Notification Preference set by the reader in My Account will be automatically changed to “Paper Mail”. From then on, library notices will be sent to the reader by post. This reader is required to register again if he/she still wished to receive library notices by email.
  7. The email addresses provided by readers in My Account will only be used for registration of service and the receipt of library notices.
  8. For enquiries, please call 2928 4547 during office hours.
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