The Huachuca City Public Library strives to bring people, ideas and information together with the goal of strengthening the community, enriching lives, and providing a welcoming and safe environment for all of our patrons.
The Huachuca City Library offers various services throughout the year and as the seasons change. From our annual Polar Express reading in the Winter, to our Spring/Summer sign language classes. Below is a list of just some of the services we offer day-in and day out, regardless of what the weather’s like outside.
Friends of the Library
We have an active and very supportive “Friends of the Library” Group who are always looking for volunteers. They meet every 2nd Friday at 10:00 am in the library. Please come join them! They support the library in a myriad of ways from helping the library put on special events such as Polar Express and providing prizes to children who successfully complete the summer reading program, to creating a discovery garden on library grounds. If you are looking for a way to give back to the community and love books and libraries, Friends of the Huachuca City Library is just the place for you!
Patrons of the Huachuca City Public Library will soon have access to high-speed internet thanks to the Federal Communication Commission’s E-Rate program and the Arizona Broadband Initiative. Last spring, the library accepted a bid from Century Link to bring leased-lit fiber to the library and filed for E-Rate funding. The Town was notified on January…