The Copper Queen Library will begin offering curbside pickup of holds starting Monday, May 18, 2020, barring any changes to the COVID-19 Pandemic and orders from Governor Ducey. To place your holds, patrons can use the online catalog or call the Library at 520-432-4232. Also, only items shelved in the Main Library will be available for checkout, as the county courier service which delivers materials from other libraries will be unavailable at the time. Please note, that for the safety of our staff and patrons, during Phase 1 of our reopening, the library building will remain closed to the public. Patrons are also instructed to return all their library materials themselves to the 4 return boxes located at the Post Office Entrance of the Main Library, the Senior Center, the Boys and Girls Club (Arizona Street) and the Annex. Staff will be unable to accept any returns in person. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.
211 -- Phone assistance for those not connected to the internet. If you or someone you know needs assistance finding food, paying house bills, accessing free childcare, or other essential services, dial 211, or search on the homepage of 211Arizona.com. 211 is available in both English and Spanish.
Coronavirus (COVID-19): Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources. Health and government officials are working together to maintain the safety, security, and health of the American people. Small businesses are encouraged to do their part to keep their employees, customers, and themselves healthy. Click here to access the U.S. Small Business Administration government webpage.
The Copper Queen Seed Library is now offering a special Seed Subscription for our patrons. Patrons that sign up for this service will receive a variety of seed packets through the United States Postal Service. Please fill out the online form here.
Writing is a wonderful tool to help make sense of, and record the world around us. The Copper Queen Library’s new community blog, “Together, Alone”, sets out to document our community’s experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic, through writing and images. Become part of this historical record, created in real-time documentation, by submitting an entry here. To view and read the "Together, Alone" blog, please click here or on the icon above.
Alcoholics Anonymous outlines options for meetings online including links to online meeting directories. According to their website, email, chat, audio, and forums meetings in a variety of languages are in progress. Click here to get started.
The IRS has established a special webpage focused on steps to help taxpayers, businesses and others affected by the coronavirus. Other information about actions being taken by the U.S. government is available at https://www.usa.gov/coronavirus and in Spanish at https://gobierno.usa.gov/coronavirus. The Department of Treasury also has information available at Coronavirus: Resources, Updates, and What You Should Know.