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Summer Reading ends July 31. Regular programs resume September.

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Juan Tabo LibraryJuan Tabo Library

3407 Juan Tabo NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111
505-291-6260
juantabo@cabq.gov
Alima Jimenez, Branch Manager

 

The Juan Tabo Library is located on Juan Tabo Blvd, halfway between Candelaria Road and Comanche Road, on the west side of the street. Note the building is set back off the street.

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By Bus

Route #1 Juan Tabo. Plan your trip here.

By Car

Freeway Directions:
Take I-40 to Juan Tabo and proceed northbound past Candelaria.

Surface Street Directions heading North on Juan Tabo, past Candelaria:
Make a left turn at the Library sign.  Don't turn in at the dental office; you'll be driving on the wrong side of the street.

Surface Street Directions heading South on Juan Tabo, past Comanche:
Make the first right hand turn after passing the Sandia Plaza Condominiums and a flood control arroyo.

Juan Tabo Library has one meeting room that will hold a maximum of 80 people. Policy, rules and required forms for using the meeting room may be found at Meeting and Study Rooms as well as a list of meeting rooms at other branches.

To view availability online, see our online booking form.

Study Rooms

No study rooms available at this library.

Branch Amenities & Services

Computer  16 Public Computers (Windows 7 with Microsoft Office 2013 and Internet access)

WiFi  Free Wireless Internet Access

Printer  Printing Services - 15¢ per page

Fax Machine  Faxing Services - $1.00 per 5 pages

Copier  Copy Machine - 20¢ per page

Meeting Room  Meeting & Study Rooms Available for Public Reservation


Fiction To Go  What is Fiction to Go? The Friends for the Public Library sells slightly used, recently published fiction titles for $2 for hardbacks and $1 for paperbacks. Like all funds that our Friends receive, all proceeds from Fiction to Go sales benefit the Public Library!

Left Box

Juan Tabo Art

Curious about the artwork outside the building? Called  "Once Upon a Storytime" it was created by the Mayor's Art Institute as a testament to the rich oral and written traditions of New Mexico. It includes imagery from more than 20 New Mexican Authors as well as a poem by an Albuquerque Poet Laureate. You can find more information about this and other Public Art at the Public Library here.

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