Technology

The library has 24 public access computers. To utilize these computers you must agree to the Internet Use Policy.  There are two distinct computer use areas: Adult and Children/Teens.  Adults may not use the Children/Teen computers and no one under 18 may use the computers in the Adult area.

Each of these computers has:

  • Internet connectivity
  • Multiple browsers
  • Microsoft Office

To use the computers you must have a library card in good standing.  If you do not have a library card, there will be a $1 Visitor Pass Fee.  A physical card must be present to use computer services. Computer usage is allowed in one hour increments and users are allowed up to 3 sessions per day.

Additional technology resources available for public use include:

Misuse or rough treatment of computers, headphones, speakers or equipment will warrant loss of computer and/or library privileges. 

 

Digital Access and Services

The library's goal is to stay relevant to the public by offering a wide range of services and expanding services as the need dictates.  In this technology age, digital services are becoming a common way to access services.  

Please see the Digital Services section for more detailed information.

  • Online account access
  • Online Card Catalog
  • Online Calendar and Event Registration
  • eBooks (Overdrive)
  • eAudiobooks (One Click)
  • Online Community Room reservations
  • Facebook