November 3, 2020 is Election Day! Several Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh branches serve as polling places for their communities. Due to current COVID-19 safety procedures, select branches will not be offering in-person library services on Election Day in order to operate as polling locations.
Locations that will be open for voting and OPEN for library services on November 3rd:
- Squirrel Hill
Locations that will be open for voting and CLOSED for library services on November 3rd:
- East Liberty
- Woods Run
All other locations will be open for regular services. Need to find your polling place or learn what will be on the ballot? Visit this FAQ to find out more!
Real-time assistance will still be available from Library staff through the website chat and by phone (412.622.3114).
Monday – Thursday | 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Friday – Sunday | 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
We now offer a new texting service that lets you receive up to 3 text messages a month on topics such as Information/News Literacy, Voting, the 2020 Census, upcoming programs and much more. All you have to do is text CivicCLP to 22999 to opt in (standard message and data rates may apply).
If you receive an ‘I Voted’ sticker (or similar) when you cast your mail-in or in-person ballot, we want to see it! Tag @carnegielibrary in your social media posts, or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org with the Subject Line – I Voted! and we’ll send you some CLP swag or make available for curbside pickup at Main Library.