Public Computers:
Public access computers allow you to browse the internet, work on projects, and more.  Computers are available on a first come first serve basis for a maximum of one hour. Patrons under the age of 18 must have computer access approved by parent/guardian on registration card. Children under the age of 10 must have a parent with them at the computer at all times.

Printing & Copying:
Printing and copying is $.15 per page for black & white, $.50 per page for color.

Faxing & Scanning:
Sending faxes is $.15 and scanning is free. Staff is able to send scanned documents to an email or save them to a flash drive. We are unable to accept faxes for patrons.

Meeting and Study Rooms
There are three distinct areas available for community members to use for meetings and studying, depending on your needs: the Five Arch Meeting Room, the Genesee Study Room, and the Loft. 
The library’s spaces are available to the public during regular library hours. While library programs have priority on the schedule, any non-profit group may hold meetings that are open to the public. Click here
to make a room reservation.

Free WiFi throughout Building & Parking Lot
The library’s high speed internet gives you the freedom to use your WiFi enabled laptop or wireless device anywhere within the library and parking lot.  

Programming for all Ages
Hundreds of fun and educational programs are planned throughout the year.  Make sure not to miss out by visiting our Events Calendar

Take & Make Kits for Kids
Take & Make Kits allow for at-home fun and exploration.  Look for kits in the Children’s Library on the lower level.  

Scavenger Hunts for Kids
Get ready to explore!  Discover all of the hidden pictures in the Children’s Library and receive a prize.  Scavenger hunt pictures are updated monthly for continued fun.

Laptop Loan within Building
Looking for a place within the library to tuck away and work on a project? You can borrow one of our in-house laptops and use it in any of our seating areas or rooms. Ages 10 to 17 need to show a library card and have parental permission; ages 18 and up need to show a library card and photo ID.

RUBY 10 Video Magnifier
The RUBY 10 video magnifier is an accessibility tool for individuals with low vision.  This device can be requested from the circulation desk.

Books by Mail
Books by Mail provides patrons who are unable to access the library due to disability, long-term or chronic illness, lack of transportation or other difficulty the ability to have library materials delivered to them through the US mail.  Find out more at

Books to Go
Books to Go provides bulk lending to agencies serving or housing older adults such as nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and senior apartments. Discover more at