Internet & Printing/Copying
Terminals to access the Internet are available in the adult, teen and children’s departments of the library. Eight terminals in the Adult Department are available to anyone with an adult library card. Those under age 18 need signed parental consent to use the Internet because the system is unfiltered. To access the Internet, patrons must enter their library card barcode on the computer screen. Patrons must use their own cards to access the Internet. Each patron is allowed two hours of Internet time per day. Printouts are available at 15 cents (B & W) and 30 cents (color) per page. Please review the complete Internet policy by clicking here.
Three terminals in the Teen Department are restricted for Teen use only. Parental permission is necessary for those teens under 18.
Two terminals in the Children’s Department may be used only by children in grade six or below. Library staff will provide details on using them.
Online Catalog Terminals
Five terminals containing the library’s online catalog also provide access to other databases for research purposes. There are three on the main level and two in the Children’s Department. Library staff can provide assistance in using these resources.
The Rockville Public Library Wi-Fi is a free public service available to patrons with a valid library card from any library in Connecticut. Please review the acceptable use policy by clicking here. Any difficulties in accessing Wi-Fi should be reported to a staff member.
A Black and white copy machine is available for patron use in the library. Each side of a page costs 15 cents. The machine will make double sided copies and legal size copies. Notary service is not available at the library.
In an effort to maintain a quiet and pleasant environment, the Library requests that patrons turn off all cell phones upon entering the building. Anyone needing to make or take a call while at the Library may step outside or use the lobby area.