Miller-Golf Links Library: A Guide

Miller Golf Links Library Southeast Tucson

Miller-Golf Links Library is a 15,000-square-foot library at Golf Links & Harrison Roads in southeast Tucson. The library currently serves the populations of southeast Tucson and is also used by residents of Civano, Sierra Morado, Rita Ranch, and Vail.


Miller-Golf Links Library is located at 9640 E. Golf Links Rd Rd, just east of Harrison Road in southeast Tucson.

What are the hours?

  • Monday-Thursday: 10:00am-6:00pm
  • Friday & Saturday: 10:00am-5:00pm
  • Sunday: CLOSED

Parking is free and plentiful.

The Miller-Golf Links Library opened in March 1999 as part of the southeast municipal center, which was funded with 1994 voter-approved bond funds. The library is part of the Golf Links Municipal Center, which houses the Tucson Police Department’s Rincon Substation as well.

In 2004, a 5,000 square foot expansion was completed, which included a new teen area, a larger children’s area, and more space for the library’s collection.

Who was Miller?

The library is named after Tucson's 40th mayor, George Miller (1922-2014), who at the time of his retirement in 1999 was Tucson’s longest serving public official. He served 22 consecutive years in office: 14 years representing Ward 3 on the Tucson City Council, followed by eight years as mayor.

15,000 square feet 

How much does it cost to visit the library?

Admission to libraries is always free.

What is the cost of a library card?

FREE! Library cards are available as a complimentary amenity for all Pima County residents.

Are bathrooms available?



Should I bring a stroller?

The library is small and walking will be minimal so a stroller is probably unnecessary.

Is there a designated area for nursing moms?

No. That said, there are comfortable chairs located throughout the library.

Are changing tables available?

Yes – in both the men’s and women’s restrooms.

What ages would be best suited for a library visit?

All ages!

Is there a Children's area?


Is there a Teen area?



Is there a snack bar and/or vending machines?


Is outside food allowed in the library?

The library asks "that you act responsibly when consuming food and drink in the Library. Please clean up after yourself and alert staff if you need assistance with a spill."

  • Food and drink are permitted throughout the library except while using special collections.
  • Beverages need to be in covered containers.
  • Delivery of food to the library is not permitted.

Our top picks within approximately 5 miles are:

  • Saguaro Corners Restaurant & Bar, 3750 S. Old Spanish Trail (3.7 miles away) - live music, happy hour (daily 3-6pm), salad, soup, burgers, entrees, kid's menu
  • La Baguette Patissiere, (4.2 miles away) – scones, cinnamon rolls, bread, cake, cookies (try the shortbread!); no seating
  • La Mesa Tortillas, 7823 E. Broadway (4.3 miles away) – burros, quesadillas, nachos, tamales, tortillas; open for lunch 11am-2pm
  • In-N-Out Burger, 7111 E. Broadway (5.0 miles away) – burgers, fries, milkshakes
  • Little Anthony’s Diner, 7010 E. Broadway (5.2 miles away) – fun 50’s diner; pizza, burgers, fries, milkshakes


How many study rooms are available?

There are 2 study rooms that each hold six people. 

How many meeting rooms are there?

There is 1 meeting room that holds 95 people and features a kitchen, a dry erase board, and a projection screen.

Are there computers that patrons can use?

Yes. Miller-Golf Links Library has 28 computers (22 standard, 2 children, 2 teens, 1 express, 1 Job Help).

See above. Feel free to inquire at the library directly with your request.



Mary McKinney, Miller-Golf Links Library Manager, says, “The question is best answered by the thousands of people with “library” on their to-do list each day. If you do ask, they will likely say that the library they go to is the closest one to home, they like the friendly staff, their kids love Storytime or Minecraft, there are usually computers available without a waiting list, the copies are inexpensive, or that their printer is out of ink. What sets libraries apart, not from each other but from other destinations, is that libraries are open seven days per week with inside temps hovering around 72 degrees and offer activity options to suit anyone’s interests…at no charge!"

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