The library closed Dec. 18 after suffering a water leak that damaged one side of the first floor. Over 650 gallons of water leaked overnight.
According to a city news release, new shelving needed to be installed, and the books and materials that were moved for repairs will be placed back before reopening.
The building's elevator is still being repaired, but staffers have moved computers from the second floor to the ground floor for library patrons who cannot climb the stairs.
Additionally, most of the library's programs will return Jan. 13, but some that normally are held in the library's theater will instead be housed next door at the Johnnie Arolfo Civic Center. Other programs will return in late January or early February.
Insurance adjusters are still determining the total cost of the damage.
For more information, visit the library's Facebook page or the city's website.