Public Computer Guidelines

Anyone may use our public computer to access the Internet and Microsoft Word, Excel & PowerPoint. The public computer permits uploading and downloading files, printing documents and saving to USB flash drives. (Patrons must provide their own USB drives.)

Users can log-on to a computer session using their Library card and PIN, or request a guest pass from the the Circulation Desk.

Computer sessions are 1 hour but may be extended for an additional hour if no one is waiting. A time limit of 2 hours per day, per patron may be enforced.

Children under 10 years old must be accompanied and supervised by someone 18 or older.

Public Computers are virus-protected but the Library cannot guarantee against or assume responsibility for damage USB memory sticks or their contents.

Viewing of certain materials in the public Library and other uses of the Internet may be considered improper in time, place or manner. Viewing potentially offensive and/or illegal materials will not be tolerated and Public Computer use privileges may be suspended in the Library’s sole discretion.

The Library may end an Internet session if a patron is in violation of the Library Rules of Conduct.


The Library provides for both color printing at $.50 a page and black and white printing at $.20 a page.

No refunds will be given for pages printed by mistake.

It is the patron’s responsibility to make sure that ALL pages sent to the printer are pages meant to be printed. “Print Preview” in the web browser and/or help from the library staff is available to ensure that no unwanted pages are printed.

Wireless Internet Access

The Library provides free wireless Internet connectivity for patrons who wish to bring laptop computers, tablets, iPads, phones or other devices with wireless capability.

NOTICE: All library patrons should be aware that computers utilized by them may be subject to evaluation by the appropriate authorities in accordance with New Jersey and federal law.

Board of Trustees
Approved: June 8, 2009
Revised: November 9, 2015