M-T-Th 9:00 AM – 8:00 PM
W-F-S 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Closed Saturdays During the
months of July and August
The Internet is available on 40 of our computers on a first-come
first-serve basis. As a courtesy, patrons are asked to sign their name
and start time for statistical purposes. Users may access the Internet
for an hour at a time and up to two hours per day if no one is waiting. Patrons
using the Internet to play games may be asked by library staff to end
their session if another person needs to do research and no other
computer is available. The search of information and materials takes
precedence over all other activities. Computer games are available after
school on Friday, Saturday and during the summer.
Library patrons should be aware that the Internet is an unregulated
medium, the content may be inaccurate, biased, or offensive. The library
is not responsible for the content found on the Internet. Security in
the electronic equipment cannot be guaranteed and therefore
transactions, files and communications are open to unauthorized view and
should be considered public. The library will not be responsible for
direct or indirect damages related to use of information found
throughout the Internet services, nor of damages to the e-mail files,
word files, etc. Patrons are prohibited from modifying any computer
settings even for temporary use.
The use of the Internet on library computers to conduct commercial or
business enterprises is not permitted. Sending of threatening, harassing,
offensive messages or images via the Internet or deliberately
transmitting computer viruses is a crime. Patrons who engage in such
activities will be reported to the proper authorities. Failure to comply
with library policies may result in suspension of library privileges.
Patrons are encouraged to bring their own USB drive for information
or typing. Parents or guardians should be aware of the responsibilities
for their children to access the Internet. Families are encouraged to
discuss guidelines and limitations of Internet use, and to understand
their rights to direct and/or oversee their children’s Internet access.
The library staff cannot be responsible for screening what is acceptable
The library maintains no record of individuals using the Internet.
Consistent with the professional principles of public librarianship or
Internet policy affirms the safeguarding of First Amendment rights,
intellectual freedom, equity of access, confidentiality of information
about users and their use of all library resources, including electronic
The Internet computers are located in a public space and patrons of all
ages can easily see the screens. If a patron expresses concern or if a
staff member judges the material inappropriate for public viewing the
library administration reserves the right to request a patron to exit
the offensive web site.