Public Computers, Internet Access, and Related Services
Public Access Computers
Free public access computers are available at both public libraries in Flagstaff.
Printing services are available at both public libraries in Flagstaff.
Grayscale Prints ("black & white")
$0.15 cents per single-sided page
$0.25 cents per single-sided page
Free wi-fi access is available at both public libraries in Flagstaff.
Free self-service scanning is available at both public libraries in Flagstaff.
Early Literacy Stations are available at both public libraries in Flagstaff.
The library is not in the business of censorship. However, Federal and State laws require libraries to prevent access to some internet content. The library does not intentionally block access to the internet beyond these legal requirements.
The Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) requires that public libraries employ a Technology Protection Measure that protects against visual depictions that are obscene, contain child pornography, or are harmful to minors. Similarly, ARS34-502 requires public libraries in Arizona to employ a Technology Protection Measure that prevents minors from gaining access to visual depictions that are child pornography, harmful to minors, or obscene.
Arizona Revised Statute states that the public display of explicit sexual materials is unlawful. (ARS 13-3507)
Arizona Revised Statute also prohibits (online) gambling. (ARS 13-3304)
If you wish to access a blocked website, please make this request at the library service desk. Immediate access may be granted for lawful purposes for persons 18 and older.
Any comments or complaints you may have about the library’s web filter can be submitted at the service desk via a handwritten form, or click here to send a message to the network administrator.
The library cannot safeguard the online privacy of public access computer users. You are responsible for what happens to you & your children online. However, the library does take some basic steps to help protect public access computer users:
Last updated on October 21, 2016