The Library has begun a phased reopening with limited services. During this time, we encourage you to access our free, 24/7 Wi-Fi from the parking lot and from the seating around the outside of our building.
The Library has 5 public iMac computers available. These computers have Chrome, Firefox, and Safari web browsers, Microsoft Office, and photo editing software. Printing is available.
- Three 50-minute sit-down computers. Time on these computers will automatically extend if no other patrons are waiting.
- Two 20-minute stand-up computers
We also have an additional computer dedicated to signing up for and printing Rocky Mountain National Park timed entry passes.
Print, Copy & Scan
The library offers black-and-white printing from our public computers. One public computer has a scanner with a high volume document feeder available. A black and white copy machine is also available.
Print for pickup
You can also send a print job from your own device at estesvalleylibrary.org/print
The library offers a free 100mb wireless connection. WiFi coverage extends outside the building to our parking lot (with the strongest signal directly north of the building) and to the seating around the building’s perimeter.
Users may connect to the Estes Valley Library Wi-Fi wireless network 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. There is no password. Printing is not available for devices on the wireless network.
WiFi Gardens: Relax and Recharge
We’ve added power outlets near seating outside the building for our mobile device users. Look for the silver chain of outlets running along the brick garden wall to the left of the library’s entrance and in the Storytime Garden between the Library and Town Hall buildings. These outlets are open and powered 24/7.
Limited seating and power outlets for laptop and mobile device users are available inside the library building.
Library patrons are warned that both wireless and library computer users are accessing an unsecured public network. All data is vulnerable to access by others. Guard your confidential information by not working with material that is confidential on any public network.