On March 10, Governor Gretchen Whitmer, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) and the Oakland County Health Division and Wayne County Health Department announced that two Michigan residents tested presumptive positive for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
On March 12, Governor Whitmer ordered the closure of all K-12 school buildings, public, private, and boarding, to students starting Monday, March 16 until Sunday, April 5.
On March 13, the City announced the closure of the Troy Community Center at 12 pm and Troy Public Library through Sunday, April 5. The Community Center and Library are currently scheduled to reopen on Monday, April 6.
On March 22, the office of Governor Gretchen Whitmer released Executive Order 2020-20 (COVID-19) which enforces temporary restrictions on the use of places of public accommodation, including libraries, until Monday, April 13, 2020 at 11:59 pm.
On April 2, for the safety of our residents and employees, the City of Troy has decided to keep all of its facilities closed until further notice. The closure includes: Troy Public Library, Troy Community Center, City Hall, and the Department of Public Works. Play structures and golf courses will remain closed as well. However, Troy’s green space, trails, and County parks and trails are open to enjoy.
On May 20, in accordance with Executive Order 2020-69 which prohibited Michigan libraries from reopening to the public, as well as the extension of the Stay at Home order, TPL will remain closed through May 28th.
On May 29, in accordance with Executive Order 2020-100 which prohibited Michigan libraries from reopening to the public, as well as the extension of the Stay at Home order, TPL will remain closed through June 12th.
Please visit our COVID-19 section for more information on re-opening plans and questions on your checked out items.