Computer Use and
Internet Access Policy
All users must have a library card to use the
Computer users are limited to ˝ hour (30 minutes)
session, with 2 sessions (one hour) per day
Non-library card holders will be given access at the
discretion of the library staff.
If you use another individual’s card to gain
access to the computers, your computer privileges will be
suspended or permanently revoked.
Computers in Adult Services are reserved for people
over the age of 18.
Computers in Youth Services may be used by adults if
no youth are waiting. If a youth requests to use a computer in
Youth Services and all are occupied by adults, then the adult
using one for the longest time must sign off.
Any person 17 years and under must have a parent or
legal guardian complete the Library’s
Parental Permission Agreement for Internet use which will
be recorded on the patron’s electronic record and the hard copy
kept on file in Youth Services.
Any person 3 and over can obtain a library card.
Limit 2 persons at any one terminal at a time.
The time management software will provide a
warning five (5) minutes before it shuts the computer down when
your time is over.
For in-depth research or school assignments,
you may be able to request additional sessions, depending upon
availability. Please discuss your computer needs with the staff
person behind the desk prior to logging on.
will not be allowed to use the computers if you have more than
$5.00 in charges on your computer account or if you have more
than 2 overdue items.
are not allowed to view illegal, pornographic or objectionable
material or engage in illegal activity.
are not allowed to download software or use file transfer
are not allowed to configure e-mail or other software
Violation of the policies and regulations that govern the
use of the Library’s resources may result in suspension or loss
of computer privileges. Any illegal activity involving the
Library’s resources will be subject to prosecution by the
appropriate authorities. Rude, abusive behavior or language or
non-compliance with the above rules may result in the permanent
loss of computer privileges.
The library staff, at their discretion,
reserves the right to ask users to leave.