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Library materials may be returned to any library in Cochise County.
For your convenience, drop boxes are located in 4 locations across Bisbee
¨ Old Bisbee: circulation desk
¨ Old Bisbee: drop box located at the post office entrance
¨ Warren: drop box located in front of the Bisbee Boys and Girls Club on Arizona Street
¨ San Jose: drop box located in front of the Senior Center on Collins Ave
¨ San Jose: drop box located in front of the Library Annex at 519 Melody Lane
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Library cards are free for anyone that lives in Cochise County. And, any library card from any Cochise County Library will work at the Copper Queen Library.
All new patrons will be given the following documents:
By signing up for a library card, patrons are agreeing to abide by the library’s policies. These documents are also available at copperqueenlibrary.com in the Document Center.
Yes, the library provides networked public computers patrons may use to access the internet, print, and create documents using Word, Excel, and Powerpoint. The library also offers free Wi-Fi.
All of the library’s public computers are networked to a central printer located behind the front desk.
Patrons are responsible to pay for what they print from the public computers. Instructions are provided at the computer terminals. Please see staff if further instruction is necessary.
Prices for printing are as follows:
LETTER SIZE (8 1/2 x 11)
· Black/white : 10 cents/side
· Color : $1.00/side
LEGAL SIZE (8 1/2 x 14)
· Black/white : 25 cents/side
· Color : $1.50/side
Yes, the library's collections include Bisbee High School yearbooks dating back to 1916 and Bisbee and other local telephone and business directories dating from 1904.
There are several ways to find out what programs are happening at the library.
Faxing is available for $1.00/page at the Main Library in Old Bisbee.
Scanning is available at the library for $.25/scan. Scans can be formatted as a PDF or JPEG.
The Library offers free meeting room use for nonprofit civic groups, organizations or clubs for civic, cultural, educational and informational meetings.
All meetings must be free and open to the public.
A Facility Use Policy and Waiver must be signed to reserve the any of the Library’s meeting rooms.
The Library’s large meeting room is located on the main floor of the library and seats up to 12 people at its rectangle conference table and accommodates up to 30 people in a presentation-style setup. A laptop and projector are available for use.
The Library’s small meeting room is located on the third floor of the library and seat up to 10 people around a round conference table.
Please contact the Library if you are interested in reserving a meeting space by calling 520-432-4232 or emailing email@example.com.
Patrons can access their library account by visiting copperqueenlibrary.com and clicking on the Library Catalog icon. You will need your library account number and PIN/Password which are both located on the back of your card. If you do not have this information, please contact library staff by calling 520-432-4232.
Patrons can use their library account to renew materials, place holds, pay bills with a credit card, and browse library materials.
A Self-Service Public Copier is available for patrons.
Patrons are responsible to pay for what they copy. Instructions are provided at the copier. Please see staff if further instruction is necessary.
Only black/white letter-size copies can be made on our copier. If color copies or another size paper are needed, please see a staff person at the front desk.
PDFs and JPEGs may also be printed on the Library’s copier by using their own USB drive.
Prices for printing are as follows and payment should be made at the front desk.
OTHER COPY PRICES (MUST BE MADE BY STAFF AT FRONT DESK)
POSTER SIZE (11 x 14)
· Black/white : 50 cents/side
· Color : $2.50/side
NEW BOOKS 10 DAYS
DVDS 7 DAYS
AUDIOBOOKS 3 WEEKS
BOOKS 3 WEEKS
MUSIC CDS 3 WEEKS
HOTSPOTS 3 WEEKS
PICKLEBALL 7 DAYS
BOCCE BALL 7 DAYS
*AUTOMATIC RENEWALS—library materials that have not been requested by another patron or library are automatically renewed each week. Patrons will receive email notifications of items that have been automatically renewed, as well as emails of items that couldn’t be renewed and must be returned back to the library by the due date. Please note, NEW items are not eligible for automatic renewals
Receipts with due dates for each item are given at every checkout.
Email notices are sent out each week as courtesy reminders and overdue notices.
Fines for overdue materials are 10 cents per item, per day.
Patrons may check their library account online to view and renew checkouts.
Using library card credentials, library patrons can create an account with Overdrive, the Library’s e-book platform where they can browse and download titles.
Patrons can also download the Libby App to their mobile devices to access the same e-book titles.
Get started by clicking the link on the library’s webpage copperqueenlibrary.com
Library patrons can also download e-magazines by creating an account with RB Digital. Once subscribed, e-magazines will be delivered to the patrons device with each publication.
Patrons can place holds on library materials within Cochise County by visiting the library's webpage at copperqueenlibrary.com and clicking on the library catalog icon.
If there is no holding within the county system, patrons may request the book by filling out an interlibrary loan form at the front desk or online in the library's document center.