Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, the library provides free internet access to the public. Children under the age of 18 must have a library card and a signed parental permission form on file with the Library in order to use the internet.
Simply click here to access, manage, and renew your Library account. The Guide to Library Pin System-Internet provides further assistance for accessing and managing your account.
Yes, the library computers have filtering software. This software helps to balance Library’s commitment to customers’ diverse interests and rights while also complying with federal and state laws intended to protect minors from content that could be harmful or obscene. Learn more.
Review the Library’s Internet Use Policy and Internet Filtering FAQ prior to requesting to unblock a website. If the website you are requesting does not violate these policies, simply fill out the Request for Reconsideration of Access to a Website.
Library cards are issued free of charge; bring in proof of Cochise County residency and a picture ID. A parent or guardian (please bring legal guardian paperwork with you) must be present and sign for library cards for those under age 14. The library welcomes all military personnel and their families. Military personnel on temporary duty with no proof of local residency can receive a card with a copy of their orders and a military ID.