The Frisco Public Library, located inside the George A. Purefoy Municipal Center at 6101 Frisco Square Blvd., is closing at 6 p.m. Dec. 9, according to its website. The library will reopen Feb. 4 at 8000 Dallas Parkway next to the Frisco Discovery Center. Frisco broke ground in April 2021 on the 157,000-square-foot space, which is more than triple the size of the current library. The transition from one space to another will involve transferring 250,000 items to the new building, training staff and integrating new books.

While the library is closed, children's books will be available at Connection at Stonebriar Centre. E-books, audiobooks and digital magazines will still be available on the OverDrive and Libby applications. Digital newspapers will be available via the library’s website.

Any items that would have been due on or after Nov. 14 can be kept until the library reopens Feb. 4, according to the library’s website. Items will no longer be accepted at the City Hall location after Dec. 9, but books and DVDs can be returned to the library’s book lockers at the Frisco Athletic Center and Connection at Stonebriar Centre. 972-292-5669.