Internet Access Policy Internet users are required to have valid library
cards. Tourist cards are provided for visitors who wish to use the Internet.
Users who are 8 through 17 years of age must have a "Parental Authorization
for Internet Use" agreement filled out and signed by parent. These
are kept on file at the library. Filters cannot completely remove all potentially
objectionable material found on the Internet. Parents and guardians are
strongly encouraged to guide their children's use of the Internet. As with
other library materials, library staff does not monitor or limit what any
user views or reads over the Internet.
Guidelines for Internet Use
Maximum use is 2 hours; limited to 1 hour if others are waiting.
Patrons with library cards may log in on any available computer. Visitors may get a guest pass at the circulation desk. If all computers are in use, a reservation can be made on the computer at the reservation/print station.
Please use the print station computer to find and print copies.
Downloading to thumb drives is permitted.
Library users are responsible for any consequences
of copyright infringement.
If the nature of sites being viewed on the Internet
disturbs other library users, the viewer may be asked to cease or be
moved to another workstation.
Failure to comply with these rules will result in revocation
of Internet station use privileges.
Thank you for your cooperation.
WiFi: Use of the library’s free wireless Internet access (WiFi) is the user's agreement with the terms and conditions of the library’s WiFi Policy.