The mission of the Fort McDowell Tribal Library is to provide quality services, resources, and lifelong learning opportunities through books and a variety of other formats to meet the informational, educational, cultural, and recreational needs and interests of Tribal members, community members, and employees of the Nation.
To reach our mission we are guided by the following five priorities:
- Services to children
- Recreational reading
- Being a center of lifelong learning
- The library as community center
- Bridging the technology gap
How to get a Library Card
- Library cards are issued at the circulation desk in the Library
- All tribal members and employees must have:
- A valid tribal card.
- Driver license,
- Employee ID and,
- Proof of current address and phone number.
- Community members may be sponsored by a tribal member upon their approval.
- Free Internet access
- Movie rentals
- Computer Classes from basic to advanced
- Free wireless
- Book Clubs
- Yavapai Language classes
How to use your Library Card
- Curbside – patron will need to call or email with full name and library card number (if available).
- In person – no restrictions but must wear mask while inside library.
- Online – via cloudLibrary. Access library page here.
Most library materials are loaned for three weeks. All current library card-holders may have a maximum of 15 items on a current account. This includes any combination of items checked out. (DVD’s, Books, CD’s, magazines and Books on Tape)
Charges only occur if materials are lost, damaged or stolen. The tribal library does not charge for any over overdue items. Failure to pay the cost of lost items will result in the borrower’s account being blocked and library services restricted. The Library accepts payments in the form of personal check, money order and cash.
|Music CDs||3||1 week|
|Books on Tape||3||21 Days|
|DVDs & Videos||3||7 Days|
(Except current issue)