Queen Creek Library

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 Library Exterior
Queen Creek Library
21802 S. Ellsworth Road
Queen Creek, AZ 85142

Phone: 602-652-3000

Hours:
Monday-Thursday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Friday-Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

 

Visit MCLDAZ.org to access official Queen Creek Library page.

 

Library Infographic

The library is located at the northwest corner of Ellsworth and Ocotillo road.

Free library cards are issued to residents or property owners in Maricopa County. Non-residents who live outside Maricopa County must pay a fee to obtain a card. For additional information, call the Maricopa County Library District at 602-652-3000.

Library History:

Completed in November 2008, The Queen Creek library was the first municipal building in Queen Creek designed and constructed with green building features and has been LEED Gold certified by the U.S. Green Building Council. The library was featured in the January 2009 edition of Cities Go Green magazine, a publication that focuses how local governments can become sustainable as quickly and effectively as possible.

The library was designed to provide a gathering place for people of all ages. It includes the Mary Lou Fulton Children's Center, Teen Oasis, general reading areas, public computers, study rooms, conference rooms and Town recreation programming space. The Town received a $1 million grant from Fulton Homes for the construction of design elements in the children’s and teen’s sections of the new library.

The library is a partnership between the Town of Queen Creek and the Maricopa County Library District. The Queen Creek branch library provides materials in all formats as well as adult and juvenile programming.

 

QC Library: Coding Open House

Computer Classes

Coding is an essential skill for the future! Families are invited to explore the world of coding together through a variety of games and activities. Absolute beginners are welcome!

Location: Mary Lou Fulton Story Time Room

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