You may call your local Great River Regional library to reserve a computer time. You will need to have your library card number to make a reservation. To sign-on to a public internet computer, you will need your library card number and PIN. If your card is expired, you will need to renew it in order to use a computer. Adult patrons who have fines on their account will be asked to pay their fines in full before renewing their library card.
FAQs: Computers & Internet
The cost for copies or prints is 10 cents per page for black and white and 50 cents per page for color. Charges are per printed side, so a double-sided copy or print will be 20 cents for black and white and $1.00 for color.
You can print while using a GRRL public access computer, or use our Print2Go service by uploading prints from inside the library, at home... wherever is convenient for you. Simply stop in at any GRRL library within 24 hours of uploading your items so that staff can print your item/s.
All Great River Regional libraries offer wireless internet connections for computers, phones, tablets, or other devices. Some locations have extended wireless access that is available outside of the library as well.
No password is necessary to use GRRL wireless, but users must agree to GRRL's Internet Acceptable Use Policy when connecting to wireless or logging on to public internet stations.
Great River Regional Library locations usually allow half-hour or hour-long internet sessions. However, if no one else is waiting to use the computers, internet sessions can sometimes be extended. It is best to call ahead to make a reservation if a specific time or length of time is needed.
Library phone numbers can be found at the Locations & Hours page.