At this point, your library should be closed. The American Library Association, The Association of College and Research Libraries, and the Association of Rural and Small Libraries have all issued statements. Some of us are working from home. Some of us are just home. Staff should not be required to report to work to get paid. All of us should be getting paid.
You should not be providing curb service. Any means you take to try to protect staff and patrons takes valuable resources away from those who need right now, including senior care facilities and health care providers. There is a great Twitter thread on this here.
Below are lists of library closures including public, academic, and the UK.
Public Libraries in the U.S.
If you prefer a spreadsheet view, you can see that here.
To submit your library information, please use this form. Do not ask for editing privileges for the spreadsheet. If you have an extensive list of libraries you would like to submit, please contact Michael Sauers msauers AT gmail.com
Public Libraries in the U.K. (Added 3/20/2020)
Public Library News, which is run by Ian Anstice, is maintaining a list of public libraries that are closed in the U.K..Y You can add your library by contacting them via Twitter or email ianlibrarian AT live.co.uk.
If you visit their webpage, you can see closures of all libraries, limited to ARL libraries, libraries at non-residential institutions, and more.
Libraries That Are Still Open
Here is a Google Doc that lists libraries that are still open by state, ways you can contact them, and reasons they should close.
Important note about contacting libraries still open. I have had several private conversations over the last week from people who are responsible for and/or work in a library that is not closed. It is important to remember that the decision may be coming from outside the library. Library management may well want to close. Remember, the person you’re tweeting at may have zero authority or influence. In some cases, library staff are walking off the job.