A Wi-Fi hotspot is a device that connects laptops, smartphones, and tablets to the Internet. The hotspot is small and portable, so you can use it almost wherever you are.
What Do I Need To Know?
Stop by the library front desk and inquire about a hotspot. You will need to complete a Borrower Agreement. Use your library card to check it out just like any other item. One per family please.
A library patron age 18 or older with a valid library card can borrow a hotspot.
You can borrow it for 21 days. If a hotspot becomes overdue, service will be disabled until the device is returned to the Library.
Yes. If all hotspots are checked out you are welcome to place on hold for the next available device. Ask a staff member for assistance or go to the catalog, login and place a hold yourself.
No. Hotspots are available on a first-come/first-served basis.
No. Texting /SMS messaging is not available.
You return the hotspot to the library front desk. Do NOT place the hotspot in a book drop. Return the hotspot with all original packaging and accessories.
Sorry, at this time hotspots cannot be renewed.
Borrowing and using the device if free. If the device is lost or damaged, a $195 charge will be added to your library account.
Your internet usage is not tracked by the Library or Verizon.
Note to parents/guardians: Internet content filtering is NOT provided by the Hotspot. Parents/guardians are responsible for monitoring what their children access via the Hotspot.