Young customers with disabilities can use the Adaptive Technology Station (located in the Youth Services department) to browse the Internet, watch movies or listen to music.
This computer is loaded with the following equipment and software:
This station is wheelchair accessible via a height-adjustable table. To get started, stop at the Youth Services desk.
To serve the needs of the hearing and visually impaired, this computer is loaded with the following equipment and software:
Numerous charging stations and power outlets are available to visitors throughout the library. You can use them to charge your smartphone, laptop or other electronic device. Service is free.
This computer can be used to install software programs from a disc or USB drive. Please see a staff member in the Technology Center for details.
You must use a credit card or debit card as payment for this service.
These can be checked out for use between PC devices and AV devices.
These can be checked out and used to download files from a memory card to a library computer.
This machine is located in the Technology Center. It can be used to read microfilm and microfiche, such as local newspaper archives provided by the library. It includes a built-in printer that will charge $.10 per printed page.
Headphones, power cords and mice can be checked out using your library card for in-library use.
When supplies available, you may purchase some items at the library such as pens, envelopes, headphones or saving devices (blank CDs, USB flash drives, etc.). See a staff member for details.
You can print from any computer within the library.
You can also print to the library's printers using your own laptop.
You can scan photos or documents, 11x17 inches or smaller. This service is free.
You can use a manual typewriter in the Technology Center.
9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
1 p.m. - 6 p.m.