About Us
Socorro Public Library is proud to be an integral part of the Socorro community. It is the mission of the Socorro Public Library to meet the educational, cultural, and recreational needs of local residents. Our staff provides services and programs for area youth and adults which encourage reading, learning and literacy including: weekly pre-school story times; weekly "Books 'n More" programs for children 7 and older, monthly Makerspace events, the "Reading is Fundamental" program, which distributes books to Socorro children in Pre-K through third grade; and our Summer Reading Program. We also provide wireless access to the internet, fifteen public computer work stations, and access to a wide variety of resources through the reference desk. We do our best to provide our patrons with modern library materials in a variety of formats.

Chelsea Jones, Director
Robin Romero, Circulation Services
Carol Hale, Technical Services

Kathy Spring, Youth Services Librarian
Maribel Tarango, Youth Services Assistant
Joe Ruiz, Circulation Assistant

Library Board of Trustees
The Library Board of Trustees sets policies for the operation of the library, promotes the use of the library and sells Petroglyph Tiles to raise funds for capital improvements.

Members of the Board of Trustees
Pat Sylvester, President
William Stone, Vice-President
Gilbert Apps, Treasurer
Edna Comstock, Secretary

David Cox, Member
Vacant, Member
Jon Morrison, Member
Donald Padilla, Member
Chris Adkins, Member

Current Agenda for Board of Trustees Regular Meeting

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Photo: "Jumbo" at the Trinity Site