Closure FAQ

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last updated: March 17, 2020

Can I still get a library card?

YES! Give us a call (623-349-6300) during business hours or fill out our pre-registration form online, and we can provide you with a library card account to access our digital services.

Can I still check out e-books, e-audiobooks, or take online classes?

YES! Our digital services remain available. These include access to e-books, e-audiobooks, digital magazines, and more.

What if my books are due?

All items will be automatically renewed until further notice. Please do not return items at this time.

Can I still return my books to the outside book drops?

No. The book drops will be locked. Please do not return items at this time - all items will be automatically renewed.

What if I have an item being held for me?

All items currently on hold will remain on hold and on our shelf. We will honor all current holds for two weeks after we reopen.

Can I place a hold while the library is closed?

We have suspended all new hold requests until further notice; however, holds may still be placed on e-books and e-audiobooks.

I am a Snowbird, I will not be in the area when the library reopens, what do I do with my library books?

Please give us a call (623-349-6300) or send us an e-mail (, and we will make a note on your account. You can return the items in the fall.

Where can I get up-to-date and accurate information on COVID-19/Coronavirus?

The most reliable information can be found at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For information at a more local level, please consult