About Us

Vision, Mission, & Values

Our Vision

Our Vision is an educated, connected community of readers, learners, doers, and dreamers.

Our Mission

We transform lives by educating, inspiring, and connecting people.

Our Values

Education We learn and teach every day.

Excellence We exceed expectations.

Freedom We defend the right to read and to know. We are free and open to all.

Diversity We serve everyone. We find strength in celebrating our differences.

Innovation We dream big. Anything is possible.

Community We work with our community to improve lives.

Passion We love what we do.

Contact Us

Pima County Public Library
101 N. Stone Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85701

Reception desk: (520) 594-5600, M-F 8a-5p
Infoline / Renew by Phone: (520) 791-4010
Fax: (520) 594-5621

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Temperatures are creeping up, school is winding down… it’s almost time for Pima County Public Library’s 2019 Summer Reading Program!
150 years ago, at Promontory Point, Utah, the last few spikes were driven to complete the Transcontinental Railroad.
Thank you for your generosity! During the two weeks of Food for Fines, you donated over 10,000 pounds of food!
Don't miss your opportunity to hear these authors speak in May and June at Dusenberry-River and Joel D. Valdez Main Libraries!
This year's Read Harder challenge has been, well, a challenge to me!  The topics this month included a humor book and a book by a woman.
Imagine getting to read a book geared for you and then getting to interview the author in a professional recording studio!
Woods Memorial Library will be closed for a few extra days while the carpeting is completed. The library will open on Saturday, May 11.
"Her expertise was invaluable to me. She was patient and generous." - Library customer Karen Rutherford
Acclaimed mystery author J.M. Hayes takes the reins as the Library's newest Writer in Residence
Learn about the historical and cultural context for Cinco de Mayo.
The Library now offers a new way to help nonprofits at the Community Foundation Campus.
Filmmaker Katrina Parks will show segments and discuss her documentary film series, Route 66 Women: The Untold Story of the Mother Road.
Participate in One Seed Pima County by planting and growing Black Russian Sunflowers and donating a portion of your harvest to the Library.
Frequenting state and national parks is one of my favorite things to do. My family finds that there are few of my culture or hue present.
I wonder if Read Harder challenge fatigue is setting in? I am off to a slow start this year both in my reading and writing about the books.
Summer Reading starts on May 18, and we're excited for kids and teens to celebrate reading, learning, and having fun all summer long!
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