I was recently out and about running errands. While out I remembered I needed to renew a book while looking for another so I stopped by a Scottsdale Public Library (Mustang) . Since I did not plan to stop by the library, I had my firearm with me. When I arrived I called the number for Scottsdale PD as per the "No Deadly Weapons in Building" sign. It was kind of late so I think it went directly to communications and when the dispatcher answered I told her where I was and why I was calling. She asked me to hold and when she came back on the line she confirmed which library I was at and then told me that I was to just leave it in my car. I explained to her that I would rather not leave a gun in my car unattended and inquired as to any other options. She asked me to hold one more time and when she came back, she told me again that I should just leave it in my car. I then asked her if there were lockers or anything because I thought the law said there should be temporary, secure storage while I was there. She said that I could not check it at the desk as the library staff would not be responsible for it and that if I wanted her to, she could dispatch an officer to confiscate my weapon but that it would not be a short-term confiscation while I was inside. At that point I was hot, tired, and just wanted to finish my errands so I thanked her for her help and told her that an officer would not be necessary. I went back to my truck and hid my gun, then continued as planned Sooo . . . what's the deal? Has anyone had an experience like this and are there any "public" places that have lockers like the law says? Do I understand the law correctly??