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Yes, sometimes. But, they must be in good condition and fit within our collection development policies.
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Yes. Although you’ll need a valid Douglas library card -- or a valid card from another Cochise County Library District member library -- to borrow materials, you are welcome to read, use computers, and attend programs without one.
Once you apply it usually takes about 30 days for Human Resources to complete your background check. View and complete the
Your best qualification is your willingness to help! But, if you have specific skills (like tutoring, presenting programs, or subject expertise), feel free to let us know!
Information about programs and events is available on DPL's Facebook page, in the online calendar, by subscribing to our email list, in flyers you can pick up at the library, or by calling 520-417-7359 or 520-417-7352.
No. All library programs and events are free and open to everyone. However, some programs, such as Summer Reading, may require advance registration.
Yes, you can. The Library's wireless network allows you to work on and print from your own device.
Our tutors will be happy to speak with you and determine your current level of knowledge, what you would like to learn, and where best to begin your session. For more information view the Library contact information.
We offer up to 3 1-hour sessions at no charge.
No. You can submit forms in whatever way is most convenient for you!
No problem! Just stop by and we will help you out, or give us a call at 520 417-7352.
Borrowing from libraries in Cochise County is free and, most of the time, borrowing from libraries throughout the U.S. is free, too. But, if there is a charge, we will always ask you first before we order it.
If items are located outside Cochise County, you'll need to fill out an Interlibrary Loan form. You can download, print, and submit the Interlibrary Loan Request (PDF).
That is based entirely on your availability and ability to participate in events such as book sales, board meetings, or other activities.
Individual Membership is $5, Contributing Membership is $10, andPatron Membership is $25 per year.
You should bring a current photo ID and proof of your current address (such as a bill, bank statement, or lease).
The Large Conference Room is equipped with a computer, projector, and large screen. The Small Meeting Room and Private Appointment Room are Wi-Fi equipped.
Meeting room and tour calendars are first-come-first-served and fill up quickly. We recommend scheduling as far in advance as possible but at least 1 week for rooms and 2 weeks for tours.
Yes, almost all databases that can be searched in the library can also be searched outside the library by signing in with your library bar code and Personal ID Number (PIN).
No. The Arizona State Library, in partnership with Cochise, Maricopa, and Pima county library districts, funds free statewide database access for Arizona residents.
If you can't find what you're looking for in Douglas, you can borrow from other Cochise County libraries or use our free