Computer & Internet Access

The Library offers both on-site and off-site access to the Internet.

On-site computer workstations are available for free public use with a valid library card. Cardholders ages 13 and over may access these computers with a daily time limit of 180 minutes in 60-minute increments. Same day reservations can be made at the Library during open hours to secure a station. View the Library’s Internet Use Guidelines (PDF). Chromebooks can also be checked out for on-site use with no time limits. See below for details.

Children under the age of 13 may use these computer workstations with the express written permission of a parent or legal guardian. A parent or legal guardian must be present when submitting the signed Internet Access Permission Slip (PDF) to library staff. Library staff does not monitor children’s use of the Internet and the Library cannot enforce family rules. As an alternative, the Library offers children’s workstations. Please see below for details.

Off-site access to the Internet is available through Internet Hotspots or Chromebooks for a 7-day checkout using a valid library card. Hotspots are mobile units that can provide Internet access for up to ten devices. Chromebooks are simple laptops that run on Google's Chrome operating system. The library has ten Chromebooks available for checkout; five are equipped with Hotspots for access to the Internet. More information about the Library's Chromebooks can be found here.

Chromebooks and Hotspots are subject to the Library’s Replacement Fee Schedule for lost and damaged materials. Information available here.

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Printing

Printing is available in black and white and color from Library computers and via our Wi-Fi Printing Service. The cost of printing is 20¢ per single-sided document. Wireless print jobs may be sent to the library after 6:00 am and picked up at the library during open hours. Print jobs sent but not claimed by closing will be deleted.  

Children's Workstations

The computer workstations located in the children's reading area offer access to the Internet that is more stringently filtered than the computer workstations in the main library. This means they are equipped with software designed to prevent minors from accessing sites that may contain material that is inappropriate for children (e.g., obscene or sexually explicit material). Parents and legal guardians should be aware, however, that no filtering system is perfect, and that children who use these stations could come into contact with objectionable material.

Computer use is free, with a 30 minute time limit.

Additional filtered Internet computers are located at the Library Study Center.

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