Ancestry - free resource now available at home!
For a limited time, Lake County library card holders can research their family's history and browse through genealogical records and documents anywhere with wifi! Sign in here to start your search. View Press ReleasePosted: 5/15/2020
Many libraries with curbside service, some libraries with limited opening.
As a precaution to help prevent the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), many our library buildings are closed to the public. Free online resources are available. As of March 16, 2020, late fees for library items are not being charged to your account. All previous fines and fees will remain. Please view our press release for more details.
The Leesburg Public Library offers curbside service during this period of closure. Patrons must have a physical library card to request items. Call 352-728-9790 or email firstname.lastname@example.org ahead of time. Items can also be requested through the online catalog.
Service is available:
Monday - Friday, 10:00am - 5:00pm.
For library card questions, email email@example.com.
View Press ReleasePosted: 3/18/2020
2020 election dates
Presidential Preference Primary = March 17 (early voting March 5-14)
Primary = August 18 (early voting August 6-15)
General = November 3 (early voting October 19-31)
Register to vote or update your voter record online at www.lakevotes.com.
View Press ReleasePosted: 1/13/2020
Products available online through the Leesburg Public Library:
Hoopla allows users to download or stream movies, tv, music, and audiobooks, ebooks and comics. Your Leesburg library card and PIN gives you FREE access to thousands of titles. Create an account and download/stream up to 3 titles per month on your PC or mobile device. The free app is available on GooglePlay and the App Store.
Kanopy is a video streaming platform for libraries with one of the largest and most unique collections in the world featuring over 26,000 movies, documentaries, and indie and foreign films from over hundreds of producers including The Criterion Collection, The Great Courses, Kino Lorber, and PBS and thousands of independent filmmakers.