Computers & WiFi

Public Computers

The Library offers computers with free access to the Internet and a variety of software programs, including Microsoft Office. All computers are available on a first-come, first-served basis; advance reservations and reservations by phone are not accepted.

Patrons are strongly encouraged to save files to a flash drive. 

The Library is not responsible for any damages suffered or loss of data resulting from user error, computer error, equipment malfunction or service interruptions.


Printing is 10¢ per printed page and color printing is 25¢ per printed page.

Patrons can print from our public computers. Print jobs can also be sent via our mobile printing portal from a phone or laptop. Print jobs can be sent through the portal from anywhere.


Windows laptops and Chromebooks are available for patron use in the Library. These computers may be borrowed for 2 hours and may be renewed.

Personal laptops can connect to our public WiFi. 

Copying & Scanning

There is a copier on the lower level in the Computer Commons and one in the Children’s Department. Black & white copies are 10¢ per page and color copies are 25¢ per page.

Documents and photos can be scanned on the copier in the Computer Commons. Scans can be saved to a flash drive or emailed. There is no charge for scanning. 


A public fax machine is located in the Adult Department near the PC Room. The fax machine will accept credit, debit or check cards only. The status of a fax can be checked at Domestic faxes are $1.75 for the first page and $1.00 for each additional page. International faxes are $4.95 for the  first page and $3.45 for each additional page.

Wireless Access

Free wireless access to the Internet is available to wireless device users throughout the Library (printers are not accessible). There is no password. Wireless devices must be 802.11b/g/n compatible, have WEP disabled and DHCP enabled. The Library does not guarantee connectivity. Library staff members are unable to assist with setting up wireless devices to work with the wireless network. All computer and wireless users must agree to our usage policy.

Emergency Broadband Benefit Program

The EBB provides a temporary discount on monthly broadband bills for qualifying low-income households. The program is administered by Universal Service Administrative Company with oversight from the Federal Communications Commission. Read more about the program, eligibility, and how to apply.