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Florence Community Library

The Florence Community Library will help all residents:


  • Address the desire for self-directed personal and educational growth
  • Find information about career opportunities and business and economic development
  • Fulfill their appetites for popular cultural trends and satisfying recreational experiences
  • Locate information on an array of topics, including Florence’s community resources


Your free library card is your ticket to adventure, travel and suspense. Enjoy a bone-chilling mystery unraveled by Hercule Poirot, peer into the mind of Aristotle or delve into a swashbuckling adventure with Robin Hood.


The library has access to virtually any large or regular print book, CD, DVD, audiotape or videotape in any language through a computerized network linking thousands of libraries worldwide.


Special sections of the Florence Community Library are devoted to the Southwest collection and Internet access.

Yes! The library is pleased to offer wireless Internet access to our patrons. Simply bring your wireless-enabled laptop computer or other device to the library, turn it on and go. There is no charge to use the service, and there is no waiting for an available PC. In order to connect, your computer must have a Wi-Fi-compatible network card installed (802.11g or higher). Wireless users agree to abide by the “Wireless Internet Access Policy.” Copies of the policy are available at the Circulation Desk.
Free library cards are available to all residents of Pinal County. Library cards are available to out-of-county patrons for a small fee.

To obtain a library card:
• Visit the Florence Community Library.
• Bring your picture I.D. and proof of mailing and residential addresses (utility bill, voter’s registration card, etc.).
• If you are age 14 or younger, your parent or guardian must be present and provide identification.

When patrons are first issued a borrower’s card, they will be limited to borrowing two (2) items from the library’s circulating collection. After those materials are returned, patrons may borrow up to twenty (20) items at one time.

Books 20 items
Audio 5 items
DVDs 2 items
Video Games 2 items

Items may be kept for the following lengths of time:
Books 3 weeks
Audio 3 weeks
DVDs 1 week
Video Games 2 weeks

For your convenience, a book drop is available for the return of library materials during the hours the library is closed. Prompt return of library materials ensures for everyone better access.

We do not charge fees for overdue items, but those who do not return library items promptly may find their privileges limited. Renewal of your library materials can be done as long as the materials you are renewing haven’t been requested by another patron. You may bring your materials into the library for renewal; call the automated renewal line at 520-866-6032; or sign into your account.

Please have your patron bar-code (library card number) and password (pin number) ready.

You can renew your materials up to two (2) times.


9Nov '17

“Get Organized!” at the Library: Thursday, November 16

“Got clutter? Overwhelmed and stressed? Tired of the mess?” Address these questions and more on Thursday, November 16 at 6:00 pm, as the Florence Community Library hosts professional organizer Andrea Brundage.   Join Brundage, of Simple Organized Solutions, as she presents her workshop, “Get Organized: Right Sizing and Simplifying Your ...

9Nov '17

Hospice of the Valley Lecture at the Library: Tuesday, November 14

The Florence Community Library’s Hospice of the Valley lecture series continues Tuesday, November 14 at 3:00 pm.   November’s topic is Coping with Grief Over the Holidays.  The discussion will focus on the unique challenges the holiday season presents when mourning the loss of a loved one.  The presenter will ...

2Nov '17

USS Indianapolis documentary + Q & A at the Library: Saturday, Nov. 11

Saturday, November 11 at 1:00 pm, the Florence Community Library will celebrate Veteran’s Day with a screening of the documentary, USS Indianapolis: The Legacy. Experience the story of the worst sea disaster in US Navy History, told by the men who lived it – followed by a Q & A ...

1Nov '17

Library Tech Class: eBooks and Digital Downloads – Thursday, Nov. 9

Come to the library Thursday, November 9 at 2:00 pm to learn how to use the library's eBooks and other electronic resources!   Thursday, November 9 at 2:00 pm, patrons will have the opportunity to learn about eBooks and Digital Downloads! Shawn Flecken, Emerging Technologies Librarian for the Pinal County ...

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Contact Us

778 N. Main Street
PO Box 2670
Florence, AZ 85132

Phone: 520-868-8311
Monday – Thursday: 9 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday: 12 p.m. – 4 p.m.

New Books

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