Welcome to the Yavapai County Free Library District


Branch Libraries may be closed due to inclement weather this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.  Please call your branch before you visit to find out if it's open.

Click here to check your Library Closure Status! 

The Yavapai County Free Library District (YCFLD) provides full support services to fifteen branch libraries in mostly unincorporated communities. A Special District created by the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors, YCFLD was established in 1987.

The District also partially funds individual municipal libraries and the Yavapai Library Network (YLN), a consortium of 42+ public, academic, school and museum libraries in Yavapai County. YCFLD coordinates the countywide sharing of library materials among all YLN member libraries.

Call to renew your items: 928-777-7476 and 928-649-6250.

Services available at all District libraries:

  • Computer, Internet & Wi-fi
  • Print/Copy/Fax
  • Online Resources - from student resources (elementary through college), to legal forms, genealogy sites to automotive specs, foreign language tutorials, e-books, e-magazines, audiobook downloads, current events and much more, our online database collection has the answers you're looking for!

Yavapai County Free Library District

New Policies Available for Public Consideration

New and improved policies, ranging from confidentiality of patron information to computer usage, are up for review. These policies will provide a consistent patron experience across all fifteen Library District branches. The Library District Board of Directors will be considering these policies at the December 19th County Board of Supervisors meeting.  A courtesy hearing is also scheduled for the December 5th meeting.  The public is encouraged to comment on the policies at either meeting.  The Library District will also accept comments directly via email.  Send all comments to corey.christians@yavapai.us.  The new policies are available on the Library District website at http://ycfld.org/node/141.  Should the new policies be approved, they will go into effect January 1, 2019.