The City of Casa Grande has two public library branches available to residents. Both boast several free programs and classes offered throughout the year, in addition to a Cox Computer Lab and Makerspace area where classes in technology and crafts are offered on a regular basis. Other popular features include:
Books, magazines, e-books, and developmental material
Computers with internet access
Makerspace craft and creativity area located in the Vista Grande Library
With nearly 100,000 items in our collections, online access to hundreds of thousands of eBooks, audiobooks, and media along with programs for all ages and access to databases of periodicals and learning software, you can find what you’re looking for at the Casa Grande Public Libraries.
The Casa Grande Public Library’s Bookmobile is in action from November through March, visiting locations throughout the city. Bookmobile services are provided for Sunscape Resort, Casita Verde Resort, & Foothills West Resort.
November — March
Sunscape Resort 10:00 to 10:30 am
Foothills West Resort 11:00 to 11:30 am
Casita Verde Resort 12:00 to 12:30 pm
All library policies apply to the Bookmobile Patrons of the Bookmobile will have access to items from all 15 Pinal County Libraries. In addition, patrons can count on the bookmobile for check-ins, holds, requests, and holds delivery. However, the Bookmobile will not be able to accept payment for fines/fees.
Book Request Renewal Line (520) 866-6032
*To Apply for a Permanent Resident/Winter Visitor Library Card Present : Photo ID & Proof of Local Address.
The Vista Grande Public Library’s Makerspace is a hands-on learning environment where members of the community can explore areas of art, science, technology, and multimedia through the use of tools and supplies, and classes taught by experts and members of our community.
The Makerspace is open to explore during library hours as long as a class is not scheduled within the space. Due to the popularity of classes and the size of the space, registration is required. To become a Makerspace user is free and easy, all you have to do is have an active library card and fill out a Makerspace agreement form. If you are interested in becoming a Makerspace user or volunteering to teach a class, stop by the library today or give the library a call at (520) 421-8652 to find out more information.
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Anyone residing in Pinal County can get a free library card. Just provide a photo id and proof of address. (usually a driver’s license with address, or if it isn’t updated, a photo id with a piece of mail or utility bill)
The City of Casa Grande Library card allows access to free online homework help. Please enter your library card number and access the site here. If you don't have a library card, please visit one [...]