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Additional Services

Ask a Librarian

Ask a Librarian a question by calling 562-5601 or contact us online.

HelpNow provides assistance with tutoring in elementary, middle school, high school, intro college, and adult education. Live online tutors will be available daily from 2:00-11:00 pm while you’re at the library or at home. HelpNow includes a writing lab, SAT/ACT/GED test prep, virtual group workrooms, and live help with English, Social Studies, Science, and Math.

JobNow is a unique service that features expert resume assistance, live interview preparation, and career coaching. JobNow also offers an Adult Learning Center which includes GED and citizenship test preparation, an expert writing lab, study tools, and a unique academic skills center featuring live, online tutors available from 2:00-11:00pm daily.

Document Delivery

Patrons may phone, fax or mail requests for specific magazine articles, stock quotations, obituaries, classified ads, etc. to the Rawlings Library. For a small fee, librarians will locate the requested material, photocopy it, and see that it is delivered by one of three methods: fax ($1.00), mail ($1.00 for Pueblo County residents & $3.00 for non-County residents), or customer pickup ($1.00). The charge for long distance fax is $6.00. For articles over 10 pages there will be an additional 10 cents per page.

Homebound Program

A free library service for residents of Pueblo County, who are temporarily or permanently confined to their home because of illness, age or physical disability. Available for all age groups, including children, teens, adults and seniors. Movie videos, music CDs, large print, talking and audio books also are available. Call the library at 553-0233. We'll find out what you like to read and sign you up. You can request specific titles or ask us to select books for you. Materials are delivered to your home by volunteers. The service also is available to residents of retirement and nursing homes.

Hold This Title

If you would like the library to hold a title for you that is checked out, you may do so online. After you have found the item you want in the Library Catalog, click on Place Hold and complete the Place Hold request form.

You may also call-in your Hold This Title request(s). You will be notified by mail, email or phone when your title(s) are ready for you to pickup.

Renew Library Materials

As a courtesy, items not returned by the due date will automatically be renewed up to six times unless there is a hold for that item. Items may also be renewed up to six times in person, online, or by phone. Please have available a library card and the item when you call. To renew online, select My Account from the top menu and log in.

Special Collections

Located at the Rawlings Library
Telephone:  719-562-5626


Western Research

A specialized non-circulating collection of rare materials on Colorado, the Rocky Mountain West, and Northern New Mexico, with emphasis on Pueblo and the Arkansas River Valley.


We maintain an extensive set of resources for Southeastern Colorado, staffed by well trained librarians that will help you retrieve information quickly and efficiently. Some of the resources include:
genealogical books, newspapers, cemetery records, Obituary Index (1924 to present), obituaries, U.S. Census data, LDS genealogical Family Search Database, photographs, papers, diaries and a huge microform collection, just to mention a few.

Infozone News Museum

The InfoZone news museum was created to promote learning about newspapers, the history of Pueblo and the freedom of speech and press.
Special interactive programs and events for all ages about issues regarding media: past, present and future will be showcased regularly in the InfoZone news museum.
The InfoZone news museum is located on the fourth floor of the Robert Hoag Rawlings Public Library. For additional information call 719-562-5604 or Visit the Infozone News Museum web site.