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Monday–Thursday: 9 AM–8 PM
Friday & Saturday: 9 AM–5 PM
Sunday: 1 PM–5 PM

Computers, Printing, & WiFi

Public Computers

The Library has 8 public iMac computers available on the second floor. These computers have Chrome, Firefox, and Safari web browsers, Microsoft Office, and photo editing software and are directly connected to our 1GB fiber internet. Printing is available.

  • Six 50-minute sit-down computers. Time on these computers will automatically extend if no other patrons are waiting.
  • Two 20-minute stand-up computers

The Library also has the following Windows PCs available

  • One 120-minute station for viewing microfilm, digitizing 35MM slides, and scanning snapshots
  • Four 120-minute Lending Laptops for use around the building

Print, Copy & Scan

The Library offers black & white ($0.10/page) and color ($0.25/page) laser printing. You can print from the computers in our public computer lab or send a print job from your own device, then pick up and pay on the Library second floor.

The Library accepts credit/debit cards, bills, and coins as payment for prints and copies

Copy & Scan
The Library’s black & white laser copier is also on the second floor. Black & white copies are $0.10/page and scan-to-email is free.


The library offers a free, open 350MB wireless connection suitable for streaming media and video chats. WiFi coverage extends outside the building to our parking lot.

Users may connect to the Estes Valley Library WiFi wireless network 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. There is no password required. Patrons connecting to the WiFi will be asked to acknowledge a Library internet policy popup before continuing to the Internet. WiFi users on their personal devices can send their print jobs to the Library using Mobile Print

Security Notice

Library patrons are warned that both wireless and library computer users are accessing an unsecured public network. Unencrypted data is vulnerable to access by others. Guard your information by not working with material that is confidential on any public network.

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