Public Computer Access During COVID-19
The library is now offering limited access to computers and printers. We are currently providing this service from Monday – Friday, 1:00pm – 4:00pm. There are 2 computers available, and patrons or guests can use a computer for one 45 minute session each day. Currently, this is operating on a first come first serve basis. If there are no computers available, we ask that you please wait outside the building.
Please check out the computer use guidelines here.
You can use your computer access time to print documents, but you can also now print from your own device. We are now accepting online card payments to pay for printing, using a new service Princh. Come in to the library with your device and follow the instructions to print.
Due to the covid-19 pandemic, computer access is limited to the above services
We currently have nine computers that are available for public use. Eight of the computers are for regular use and one is a 15-minute express computer. Members of the public with a library card can access the public computers for 2 hours every day, and guests can use the computers for 1 hour each day with a guest pass. Children below the age of 14 years can only use the internet with a library card signed by a parent or guardian; no guest passes will be provided to children.
All users are expected to use the public computers in accordance with the Squamish Public Library Policy Manual section 4.8 Library Computer Use and 4.9 Internet as stated under the Computer Usage heading below.
We also provide printing services from our public computers.
Wireless Internet Access
The library has 1 computer with literacy games, just for children. Headphones are available beside the computers or bring your own.
Headphones and USB drives are available for purchase at the check-out desk.
Computer and Internet Usage Policies
All users are expected to use the public computers in accordance with the Squamish Public Library Policy Manual section 4.8 Library Computer Use and 4.9 Internet.