Mohave County Library closure and COVID-19
Frequently Asked Questions
Will library staff be available via phone or email to assist me?

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to find phone numbers and the hours the library phones will be staffed for each location. Or, you may contact us online at Contact Us
Will library WiFi still be available in areas outside of the library?

Yes. WiFi will still be on while we are closed to the public and can be accessed from outside of the building. Signal strength varies based on location and distance from the router. Please Contact Us to report any WiFi outages.

Please click here for instructions to connect to the library's WiFi.
What if my books are due?

Mohave County Library District has postponed all due dates until at least May 20th. You do not need to return your items at this time. We will continue to monitor the situation and extend due dates again if needed.
Can I still use the outside book drop to return materials?

You certainly can. The outside book drops will continue to be open even though the libraries will be closed. Library staff empties these regularly and will check in any items that are returned via book drop. Please do not use the book drop to donate materials.
Will the library be accepting donations of materials during the closure?

None of our library locations will be accepting donations at this time.
What if I have an item being held for me?

All items currently held will remain on the holds shelf until at least May 27th. You will not lose your place in line.
Can I place a new request for an item?

You can request an item from our catalog but will not be able to pick it up until we reopen. Once we reopen you will be contacted once your holds are made available.
I am a Mohave County resident, but I don’t have a library card. Can I still access your digital resources?

Visit our website to apply online for a card. You will receive a temporary ID which will allow you to search the catalog, to place "holds" for library materials, and to access the library’s digital content including thousands of eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines, and numerous research databases.
Where can I find up-to-date and accurate information about COVID-19/Coronavirus?

Reliable information sources include  Mohave County COVID-19 Response Hub, The Arizona Department of Health Services , and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).