The Hudson’s Hope library will reopen today after a small landslide prompted its closure last month.
The district made the announcement Monday, noting that new operating hours are also in effect.
The library was closed after 500 cubic metres of material sloughed from the river bank behind the library on Sept. 24, where crews are building a shoreline protection berm as part of Site C dam construction.
BC Hydro spokesperson Greg Alexis says the area has been confirmed safe, with work resuming this past Saturday.
"The area has been confirmed safe by geotechnical engineers for crews to resume work on this area of the berm," Alexis said.