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Agave Library

23550 N. 36th Ave, 85020


Agave Library is located on 36th Avenue north of Pinnacle Peak Road. Visit Valley Metro for public transportation routes serving the library.

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​​Upcoming Events

Visit our Calendar of Events to see what's happening at Agave Library.


Monday - Closed
Tuesday - 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Wednesday - 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
​Thursday- 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Friday - 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday - 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday - Closed​

​​Study Rooms

The library offers 4 study rooms: 2 rooms accommodate no more than 2 people; 2 other rooms accommodate 8 or fewer people.  The rooms may be reserved up to 2 weeks in advance - online​ or in person by visiting the service desk.
Individuals or groups may reserve the​ study room for a one- or two-hour period with a maximum of three reservations per day and no more than a total of six reservations in a 14-day period.  Customers sharing a study room are considered a group and these limits apply to the entire group.
  • Food is not permitted, but customers may have drinks with lids.  
  • No audio-visual or computer equipment is provided for use in the room.  
  • A white board is available.
If an individual or group has not claimed the study room within 15 minutes of their scheduled reservation, the room may be booked by another customer. Reservations begin and end on the half hour or hour.​

Room Rental

Agave Library has meeting space available to rent.  Learn more about the meeting room and use guidelines.

You can also reserve and pay for the room through our new online reservation system.

Building Facts

Size: 25,000 square feet
Opening: June 20, 2009
Architect: will bruder + PARTNERS, LTD.

City of Phoenix Council District:  1

​About Agave Library

Agave Library is a pavilion of masonry, metal and glass set in natural desert landscaping. A tower contains the children's story room and marks the location from Pinnacle Peak Road. The polished concrete floors, inlaid area rugs, colorfully upholstered furniture and sky-lit exposed wood truss ceiling suggest a traditional Arizona "great" room. 

A community meeting room seats 65.

Public Art

"Parabiosis VII" by Kendall Buster, Sculptor. Commissioned by the Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture.


Honor Award - Arizona Chapter of the American Institute of Architects

Named one of 10 New Landmark Libraries by Library Journal in 2011

Learn more​ about Agave Library's neighborhood.

​Ask Us

Contact us with any questions you have about the Library, your account and more.

For immediate assistance please telephone the Call Center at (602) 262-4636 during our business hours.