City and Borough of Juneau facilities to reopen

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - Due to the CBJ Emergency Operations Center lowering the overall community risk to Level 2 Moderate, Juneau Libraries, City Museum and the Permit Center are returning to in-person service.

    Mendenhall Valley Library and Douglas Library reopened to in-person service today at noon.

    The Permit Center is opening to in-person service Wednesday.

    The City Museum will be open to in-person service Thursday.

    The Downtown Library will remain curbside until January 19th due to ongoing interior construction work.

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