About Quincie Douglas Branch Library
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Please call 594-5335 for more information and to reserve the meeting rooms. Please read our Meeting Room Policy (PDF). See meeting rooms available at other library locations.
Print out a Meeting Room Use Application (PDF).
- Large Meeting Room
- Capacity of 75 people, small kitchen, television and VCR/DVD player available. The room is equipped with Induction Loop Technology to transmit sounds directly to a hearing aid's built-in wireless T-coil receiver.
- Study Rooms
- Two study rooms are available. Capacity: 4 or 6 persons.
Computers and WiFi
The Library offers FREE computer and wifi use. Please see Computers Available at Your Library or WiFi at Your Library for more information. Please be sure to bring your library card! Don't have a card?
We offer free computer classes. Call 594-5335 for more information.
Available at the Quincie Douglas
- A collection of over 60,000 books, DVDs and videos, music, audio books, periodicals, and reference materials.
- Access to dozens of databases providing immeasurable amounts of information and powerful search and reference tools.
Tucson voters approved a bond package in 2000, which provided the funds necessary to establish a new public library located near the Quincie Douglas Neighborhood Center. The Center opened its doors in May 1999. The $3.5 million Quincie Douglas Branch Library added a public library to the neighborhood center complex.
This new, full-service, stand-alone branch library is 10,000 square feet. The library will have a book collection of 60,000 items, including a variety of books, periodicals, electronic resources, audiotapes, compact discs and reference materials.
The library provides a full range of programs for residents including Homework Help and Storytime programs. Outreach efforts by library staff enhance the public's opportunities for educational and literary-related activities.
The facility also includes a computer lab, study rooms and a meeting room. The meeting room serves as an important community gathering place. This library employs state-of-the-art technology that will broaden learning opportunities.
The groundbreaking ceremony for the new library was held on March 25, 2004. The Quincie Douglas Branch Library opened in Summer 2005.
The Pima County Public Library worked with an advisory committee and neighborhood groups to ensure that the new library would be a valuable amenity for the community. Richärd & Bauer Architecture provided the award-winning architectural design.
The artists selected to provide public art for this project are Nina Borgia-Aberle and Stephen Grede. Their entry was determined to best represent the "Building Bridges" theme that was envisioned for the artwork. The finished project will reflect the neighborhoods' commitment to honoring this deeply historical and culturally diverse part of our community.
The Quincie Douglas Library is a Seed Library location.
Pima County Public Library's seed lending library is a collection of edible, decorative, and herb seed varieties that community members may borrow, use to grow plants at home, and then return a portion of the seeds they harvest at the end of the season. Over time, the seed library's collection has become self-sustaining and, most importantly, the seeds are becoming super seeds—strong, resilient, and well adapted to Arizona's harsh climate.
More about borrowing from and contributing to the Seed Library of the Pima County Public Library.
Quincie Douglas Neighborhood
Quincie Douglas Center
1575 E. 36th St.
Hours: Mon-Fri 8-9 pm, Sat 9-4 pm
The facility includes meeting rooms, activity rooms, weight rooms, Urban League facilities, adjacent day care center, and pool.
Department of Neighborhood Resources
A division of the City Manager's office which strives to give priority attention to neighborhood needs and promotes greater involvement in City Government. For more information about neighborhood associations in the Quincie Douglas area or how to start one visit their web site or call them at 791-4605.