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Meeting Rooms

Please call 594-5260 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 Rooms
The library has two large meeting rooms; each room accommodates 20 -30 people.  Induction Loop Technology equipment has been installed. It transmits sounds directly to a hearing aid's built-in wireless T-coil receiver.
Small Study Rooms
There are also three small study rooms; each room accommodates 4 people.

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. Please call 594-5260 for more information.

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Santa Rosa Neighborhood Center

Santa Rosa Neighborhood Center

The Santa Rosa Branch Library is part of the Santa Rosa Neighborhood Center. In 1996 the City of Tucson was awarded $14,600,000 from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for the revitalization of the Santa Rosa Neighborhood. The project became known as the Santa Rosa HOPE VI Project and the Santa Rosa Neighborhood Center was conceived. The Center is composed of three buildings:

The Child Development Center
Offering Head Start, Full or Part Day Classroom for preschoolers 3-5, Parent centered programs for parents and children, and Home based family education.
City of Tucson Parks and Recreation Building
Also houses the Wellness Center. COT Parks and Recreation offers recreational activities. The Wellness Center houses a health clinic by St. Elizabeth of Hungry, and behavioral health services by CODAC Behavioral Health.
The Santa Rosa Branch
Built on the site where La Reforma stood. La Reforma was Tucson's first public housing project. According to Don't Look At Me Different:No Me Veas Diferente, a book published in 2000 about public housing in Tucson, La Reforma had space that was set aside for "a public health clinic, the housing authority offices, a classroom and maintenance and repairs" (page #17).
Check out our books!
Santa Rosa Branch now has a small book and video collection that checks out. English and Spanish materials available. Reserve your materials from other libraries and return them here, too.

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