Posted: June 28, 2020
Senior using computer in library

Have you missed using the computer workstations at the library or accessing our free WiFi? Well, we have good news for you! Starting Monday, July 6 at the Main Library and Tuesday, July 7 at the McCormick Branch, computer and WiFi services will resume.

At the Main Library there will be 10 computer workstations and 12 WiFi seats available on the upper level of the building. 8 WiFi seats have access to power, 4 WiFi seats without access to power. Customers will enter through the Albert St. doors and must check-in at the Reception Desk.

At the McCormick Branch there will be 7 computer workstations and 8 WiFi seats available. The WiFi seats do not have access to power. The computer workstations and the WiFi seats will be located in the McCormick Arena Community Room beside the Branch.

Computers can be reserved for 1 hour slots with a maximum of 2 hours/day. WiFi seats can be reserved for one 2-hour slot per day. Bookings may be made 1 day in advance.

Due to COVID-19, there will be NO ACCESS to any library collections by customers using the computer workstations and WiFi.

In order to offer this service, there are general guidelines as well as health guidelines that must be observed. To learn more about the guidelines and how to book your time, visit Book a Computer

About the John M. Harper Branch

At the Harper Branch, we are working in conjunction with our building partner, the YMCA, in planning for the safe reopening of our joint facility to the public. At this time we are unable to bring library customers into the building to use the computers or WiFi. As we continue with our phased in re-opening, we will continue to review the possibilities for more service to the public at the Harper Branch.