Library 2017-03-08T09:59:25+00:00

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.

20th Annual Bookmark Design Contest

The Deadline for turning in your bookmark is Friday, March 3rd.  The Winner will be contacted by phone and invited to the:

Bookmark Awards Ceremony
Friday, March 31, 2017 at 6:00 pm
Florence Community Library
778 N. Main Street

The Winning Bookmark will be printed and distributed during National Library Week, April 9-15, 2017.

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.


26Apr '17

Early Release Movie at the Library, Wednesday May 10

The Florence Community Library invites all ages to a family-friendly movie on Wednesday, May 10 at 2:00 pm.   The Florence Unified School District will have Early Release on May 10. The library invites you to fill the long afternoon with a free showing of a recent “PG”-rated motion picture. ...

7Apr '17

Library April Movie: The Modern Blockbuster – Saturday, Apr. 15

Join us Saturday, April 15 at 1:00 pm for the Florence Community Library’s April movie discussion. We will turn our attention to the rise of the modern blockbuster, followed by a FREE showing of a 2016 entry in one of the most popular franchises in movie history!   Before the ...

7Apr '17

Police Chief at Library Coffee Club, Thurs. Apr. 20

Meet Dan Hughes, Chief of Police for the Town of Florence, at the Florence Community Library’s April Coffee Club!   Chief Hughes will be the special guest at the April coffee club presentation. Come to the library Thursday, April 20 at 10:00 am to meet him. Learn about Florence’s police ...

4Apr '17

Workshop with “The Junk Lady” at the Library Saturday, April 22

Join us Saturday, April 22nd, from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm, as teaching artist Shari Keith directs participants in the creation of a personal artifact. Participants will be presented with all sorts of found and discarded objects that they can use to create their artifact. This workshop involves the use ...

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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.

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