Leigh Steinberg Presentation


Press Enter to show all options, press Tab go to next option
To view complete schedule of Storytimes, go to the Children's Calendar.
To view Library Events in mobile list format: CLICK HERE

Board of Library Trustees Meeting

Agenda Packet

Public Comments



Given the health risks associated with COVID-19, the City of Newport Beach has decided to proceed with the Board of Library Trustees meeting while strictly adhering to social distancing guidelines. To this end, the meeting will be conducted in the Newport Beach Central Library, which is currently closed to the public. Trustees will attend remotely via telephone. Staff will be required to maintain a minimum of 10 feet separation. Based on recent guidelines from the OC Health Agency, face coverings are strongly recommended. You can participate via the following options:

1. You can call 213-306-3065 (Access code: 969 895 609) and you will be able to participate in the hearing with others that use this method. If using this option, please mute microphone or cover your receiver until you are asked if you wish to make a comment. Comments will be limited to 3 minutes.

2. You can submit your questions and comments in writing for the Board of Library Trustees to consider. Please send them by email to the Library Services Department at LibraryAdminTeam@newportbeachca.gov by Friday, April 17, 2020, at 4:00 p.m. to give the Board of Library Trustees time to consider your comments. All emails will be made part of the record.

Special Accommodations: If you are unable to participate in the meeting via the process set forth above, please contact the Library Services Department at (949) 717-3801, or LibraryAdminTeam@newportbeachca.gov, and our staff will attempt to accommodate you. The City remains committed to holding public meetings in a transparent manner, with public participation, ensuring City business continues in this challenging environment. The City of Newport Beach thanks you in advance for continuing to take precautions to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

Return to full list >>