What do I need to get a library card?

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.  

  • ADULTS: Apply in person at the library w/ picture id and current piece of mail (utility bill, etc.)
  • STUDENTS: Register at your school’s office with parent/guardian’s signature. Or apply in person with a parent/guardian.
  • PRESCHOOLERS & YOUNGER: It’s never too early to get your child a library card. Apply in person at the library & check out our children’s library and children’s programs! Parents/guardians will be responsible for their children’s checkouts.

All new patrons will be given the following documents:

  • Circulation Policy
  • Patron Behavior Policy
  • Internet Use Policy

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.

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1. What do I need to get a library card?
2. Do you have computers available for public use?
3. Is it possible to print at the library?
4. Do you have any genealogical information?
5. How can i find out what's happening at the library?
6. Can I send a fax at the library?
7. Can I scan a document at the library?
8. Does the library have meeting rooms for the public to use?
9. How do I access my library account?
10. Where can I return library items?
11. Can I make photocopies at the library?
12. How long can I keep a book or DVD?
13. Does the library have ebooks?
14. How do I request a book from the library?