Due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, the library building is closed to patron visits at this time. However, we are offering curbside services.
Curbside service hours:
- Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
- Thursdays from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm
- Closed Tuesday, Saturday, and Sunday
Curbside services include:
- Book, audiobook, and DVD pick-ups & drop-offs
- “Bag of Books” program (see Request a Bag of Books for more information)
- 2-hour laptop loans (to be used on the premises only)
- Free Wi-fi from 6am to 8pm
- New library cards
- Paper copies of the collection list for patrons who don’t have computer or Internet access
- Printing and faxing: you can email your documents to sunsitescurbside [at] gmail [dot] com, or you can hand off a flash drive at the door. Faxing is 10 cents per page. Printing is 10 cents per page for black & white and 50 cents per page for color. Please include the following information:
- Your name and phone number
- Number of copies
- For printing, specify black & white or color
- When you would like to pick up your materials
In an effort to expand our offerings, Cochise County Library Director Amadee Ricketts successfully partnered with a variety of libraries around the state, giving our patrons access to more than 140,000 new titles in addition to the 12,000 titles held by Cochise County.
Meanwhile, checkouts of materials from our library are picking up again. People are able to order books, DVDs and audiobooks from around the county, state and the U.S. We’ve had a major uptick in youth and adult downloads of e-books and audiobooks during the closure.
To search the online catalog, visit the Cochise County Library District site (Use the search bar located just below the page header.)
Materials are quarantined for the safety of our patrons
To protect our patrons, we quarantine all returned and couriered library materials for 72 hours. After quarantine, items are sanitized with either a bleach solution or 70% isopropyl alcohol. We have been wearing our masks, gloves for handling items, practicing safe distancing, and hand washing or sanitizing.