Free Services

Computers and Chromebooks

Use a desktop computer

Computers for public use with the internet, Microsoft Office, and Adobe Reader are available at 19 Library locations (not available at Rocky Ridge or Memorial Park Library). Remember to save your materials to your own device, such as a USB memory stick, as all personal information and documents are cleared after your session ends.

Parents or guardians determine the level of internet access available to their dependents.

Borrow a Chromebook to use anywhere in the Library

You can borrow a Chromebook for the day to use inside the Library; Chromebooks cannot be taken outside.

Photo ID is required to borrow a Chromebook. Many locations have Chromebook lockers, making it simple to sign out a Chromebook with your Library card. 

When you borrow a Chromebook, you are responsible for it, so don’t leave it unattended. A $350 replacement fee will be issued if the Chromebook is lost.

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Take a Chromebook home.

Borrow a Computer lets you take home a Library Chromebook for up to three weeks. Whether you want to work on a project, take an online course, meet virtually with friends, or search the web for information, our Chromebooks can help you get it done. All you need is a valid Library membership and an internet connection at home.  

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Use our free Wi-Fi on a Chromebook or your personal devices.

To use Wi-Fi, browse available wireless networks and select LibraryWfiFiHotSpot. When you launch a web browser, you will be asked for your full Library card number and PIN. Enter your information, then press Accept and Login.

When you log on to Library computers, you must agree to our Public Access Network Terms of Use.

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Internet access for children

Parents or guardians can choose from two internet options for children: the default setting of unrestricted internet access or no internet access. To change your child's internet access please contact us. It's the responsibility of parents or guardians to monitor and guide their children's internet activity at the Library.

Members with no internet access do not have access to the Library's wireless network, and they will be unable to connect to the internet on library devices that depend on the Library’s wireless network for connectivity.