What is the Library District?

The Library District is supported by a secondary property tax rate of $0.097 per $100 assessed valuation. Each year, the Library District receives State Grants-in-Aid funds for $23,000. This amount is distributed equally among the member libraries and used for library-related expenses and projects. The Pinal County Library District administers support services to eleven affiliate libraries and operates two facilities (San Tan Valley and Arizona City). Two libraries are located in unincorporated communities (Oracle and San Manuel) and are staffed by volunteers. The remaining nine (excluding San Tan Valley and Arizona City) are municipal libraries with paid staff (Apache Junction, Casa Grande, Coolidge, Eloy, Florence Viney Jones, Kearny, Mammoth, Maricopa, and Superior). These eleven libraries are affiliates, not branches. The relationship is established through Intergovernmental Agreements with the county library district, which sets out the terms of cooperation.

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1. What is the Library District?
2. How do I place a hold?
3. How do I renew an item?
4. What do I do if I'm having problems placing a hold request?
5. How do I get a library card?
6. How do I reset the PIN/Password on my library card?
7. How do I pay fines?
8. How do I log-on to the databases?
9. How do I request an item not in the Library District catalog?
10. How do I search for materials just at my local library?
11. Do Pinal County libraries have Wi-Fi access?
12. Once I’m at a library location, how do I access the wireless service?
13. How much will I have to pay to use wireless access at the library?
14. How do I check out a digital eBook or Audiobook?
15. I’m receiving phone calls and / or mail from the library for someone else, how do I make it stop?!