(TUCSON, Ariz.) – Effective immediately, the Salazar-Ajo Library (15 W. Plaza Street, #179) will return to its regularly scheduled hours. Modified hours had been ongoing since early May.
Hours at the Salazar-Ajo Library are as follows:
- Monday 9am–7pm
- Tuesday 9am–7pm
- Wednesday 9am–7pm
- Thursday 9am–7pm
- Friday 9am–5pm
- Saturday 9am–5pm
Sharla Ronstadt, Library Services Manager, says, “We’re happy to return to normal operating hours at the Salazar-Ajo Library. We know unexpected closures can really impact the community, especially those who depend on the Library for access to computers and the internet.”
In addition to its extensive physical collection, the Salazar-Ajo Library offers a meeting and study room that seats up to 40 people and a Seed Library. It routinely serves as a meeting place for community organizations and a homework help center for school children. Plus, local families can choose to attend Summer Reading events like Mystery of the Río Pequeño on June 28 and An Insect’s Life on July 7.
Even if the Library is a regular stop for you, we encourage customers to visit www.library.pima.gov to download and stream books, audiobooks, music, movies, and magazines from home or on the go. The website also offers in-depth learning opportunities by providing access to an extensive collection of digital resources in a broad range of subjects from arts & entertainment and language learning to genealogy and entrepreneurship.
About Pima County Public Library
For more than 100 years, we have been here for people just like you. Today, in our libraries, online, or out in the community, our dedicated staff and volunteers are always looking ahead to help you find what you’re looking for. Every day, we’re making our mission a reality by educating and connecting people and inspiring ideas.