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The Morristown-Hamblen Library has added some new databases from A to Z World Trade Press.  You can access them all with your library card.  Click here.

September 22, 2020

  • The Library will be open to the public with CDC questions posted and temperatures taken at door.
  • Mandatory masks required to enter the Library.
  • The temperature must be below 100.4 to be permitted to enter the building.
  • We will limit patrons to as close to 25 at a time as possible in the building so that there will be adequate space for social distancing.
  • Patrons will not be able to spend more than 30 minutes if they are not using the computer or laptop. Those accessing computers will be limited to one hour. (No loitering)
  • No use of study rooms and meeting rooms including the Community Room through the end of October.
  • Curbside service will be provided for those who request during the hours:  Monday to Friday 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM and Saturday 2:00 PM to 3:30.  When you arrive, call the library number 423-586-6410 or text 423-301-6882 to let us know you have parked in the front of the Library
  • Hotspot renewals may be paid online.  If your account is set up for online payment it must be paid before 8:00 AM the following day.  Please call to get the amount due.
  • Because Binge Box movies will not fit into the book deposits, please return them during library hours.
  • Fines are being applied to overdue materials as of September 7. 2020.
  • If you have any other questions about your account or materials, please call.

Note Online Service and Resources Available 24 hours/day:

The Library’s many online resources, such as eBooks and audiobooks from Tennessee R.E.A.D.S., are always available at The Library’s online databases also include Tumblebooks for children, A to Z food, and Creativebug.  Tennessee Electronic Library is also available.

If you do not have a library card and would like access to the online library services, please go to our website and fill out the application for an electronic service only card (eCard see below).

As the coronavirus outbreak develops, please stay up to date on the Library’s plans and continue to access its digital resources by visiting and following Morristown-Hamblen Library on Facebook for updates.

Contact information:
phone:  423-586-6410      text: 423-301-6882
Facebook:  MHL Facebook page




The Morristown-Hamblen Library issues eCards for patrons in our service area who are unable to come into the library and register for a full-access library card.  An eCard will allow you to use all of our online resources, including eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, videos, Great Courses, Creative Bug, TumbleBooks, and AcornTV.  An eCard will not be issued if you currently have a full-access library card.  The eCard may not be used to check out physical material from the library or access public computers.  Complete the eCard registration form HERE and your new eCard number will be emailed to you within 3 business days.  If you have questions about eCards or have lost your eCard number, please call the library at 423-586-6410 and ask for Tracy or Penny.



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