Limited Services as of June 1, 2021
Welcome to the Library!
Please keep in mind that services are limited.
Health & safety precautions are still in effect
- All people must wear masks inside libraries.
- Your temperature will be taken before you enter. If you have a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher, you will not be able to enter.
- Occupancy is limited. People wishing to enter the library should expect to wait in line.
- Physical distancing of 6 feet from others is recommended.
Current services offered
- Staff help with your questions from a safe physical distance.
- Browse shelves.
- Pick up and check out holds.
- Computer use limited to 1 hour per day.
- Self-service, pay printing, faxing, and copying.
- We are accepting cash. Normal fees apply for these services.
- Outdoor / curbside pickup of holds.
- Wifi is on.
- Wireless printing is available for a fee.
Take advantage of online services
- Get an eCard: Use online services for free!
- Place holds on items in our catalog
- Download & Stream: eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, comics, movies, TV, documentaries, music
- E-Library: Research, job skills, self-paced learning, newspapers
- Learn at home: Homework and school support
- Online / virtual programs still offered
Services not currently available
- Meeting and study rooms are closed.
- No in-person programs or events.
10 am to 5pm
10 am to 5 pm
|No public entry||Closed temporarily|
Flowing Wells Library
Himmel Park Library *
Joel D. Valdez Main Library
Joyner-Green Valley Library
Kirk-Bear Canyon Library
Miller-Golf Links Library *
Oro Valley Public Library *
Quincie Douglas Library
Richard Elías-Mission Library
W. Anne Gibson-Esmond Station Library
Wheeler Taft Abbett Sr. Library *
*Until 6 pm on Wednesdays
|Martha Cooper Library
Murphy-Wilmot Library *
Nanini Library *
Sam Lena-South Tucson Library
Woods Memorial Library
*Until 6 pm on Wednesdays
|Santa Rosa Library
Current services at this location, Monday–Friday, 10 am to 5pm:
|No services to the public
El Rio Library
Frank De La Cruz-El Pueblo Library
About Masks, Physical Distancing, and Temperature Checks
Pima County requires that you wear a mask completely and snugly over your nose and mouth to enter library buildings.
The following information was sent to all County staff from County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry on Friday, May 14, 2021:
- Members of the public who are accessing County buildings will still need to wear masks.
- County employees who are likely to come in contact with the public who may not be vaccinated are required to wear a mask.
- County employees who are not vaccinated are required to wear a mask.
- When in a County building and are not assured the public or your coworkers are vaccinated, you are required to wear a mask.