Palo Verde Library

Find Palo Verde Arizona libraries, such as state, town, city, public, private, college and university library branches. Libraries provide information on applications, borrowing books, ebooks, library programs, online databases and research.

Avondale City - Library, Program Hotline 10207 Country Place Boulevard Tolleson AZ 85353 23.5 miles from Palo Verde 623-478-6100

Glendale Public Library 5959 West Brown Street Glendale AZ 85302 32.4 miles from Palo Verde 623-930-3530

Friends of the Phoenix Library Warehouse 1330 North 29th Drive Phoenix AZ 85009 32.9 miles from Palo Verde 602-534-5208

Arizona State Library 1700 West Washington Street Phoenix AZ 85007 34.1 miles from Palo Verde 602-926-4035

Mines & Mineral Resources LIBR 1520 West Adams Street Phoenix AZ 85007 34.5 miles from Palo Verde 800-446-4259

Library Extension DIV 1101 West Washington Street Phoenix AZ 85007 34.7 miles from Palo Verde 602-542-5841

State Law Library 101 West Jefferson Street Phoenix AZ 85003 35.4 miles from Palo Verde 602-506-3461

Phoenix Public Library: Yucca 5648 North 15th Avenue Phoenix AZ 85015 35.8 miles from Palo Verde 602-262-4636

Reference Library 99 East Virginia Avenue Phoenix AZ 85004 36.1 miles from Palo Verde 602-258-7499

Tempe Public Library 3500 South Rural Road Tempe AZ 85282 43.4 miles from Palo Verde 480-350-5500

John J. Ross - William C. Blakley Law Library 1102 South McAllister Avenue Tempe AZ 85287 43.4 miles from Palo Verde 480-965-6144

Sunset Branch Library 4930 West Ray Road Chandler AZ 85226 43.5 miles from Palo Verde 480-782-2840

Sunset Library 4930 West Ray Road Chandler AZ 85226 43.5 miles from Palo Verde 480-782-2800

Civic Center Library 3839 North Drinkwater Boulevard Scottsdale AZ 85251 44.8 miles from Palo Verde 480-312-7323

Dobson Ranch Library 2425 South Dobson Road Mesa AZ 85202 46.1 miles from Palo Verde 480-644-3100

What is a Library?

A library is any place that stores books, information or reading material. Libraries exist at the national, state and city levels with some being private and others public. Some larger library systems have locations in multiple cities or towns, also known as branches. There are also college and university libraries.

Although a library traditionally contained only books, most libraries nowadays feature digital research databases, newspapers, magazines, CDs, and DVDs. Often, access to the internet is also available through onsite computers. Some libraries still use older forms of media, such as videotapes and microfiche, and others include more advanced options like e-books and blue-rays.