About the Library Using the Library
About the Library
Using the Library
Public computer stations are available on a first come, first served basis at all Middlesex County Library locations, during all open hours.
Wi-Fi is available at all 15 of locations, even when branches are closed. Patrons are welcome to use Wi-Fi from outside of the library if able to do so.
Printing, photocopying and faxing is available at all Middlesex County Library branches.
As of July 26, Middlesex County Library will resume collecting fees* for these services. Payments can be made in cash or by cheque. If you are a Middlesex County Library cardholder, a charge may also be applied to your account, for payment at a future visit.
Black & White Prints/Copies - $0.15 per printed side
Colour Prints/Copies - $0.25 per printed side
Local Faxing - $0.50 per page
Long Distance Faxing - $1.00 per page
Scan to email available free of charge
*Fee exemptions are available for items related to government services, social services, legal aid, partnership programs and employment services: please verify exemptions with staff.
Middlesex County Library offers an online print service. To use the print service, complete the online request form and upload your document. Branch staff will contact you when your prints are ready, and they can be picked up at your requested location during their open hours. Please note that due to closed days, it may take a few days for your prints to be ready. Visit our locations page to learn which days branches are open. Prints will be held for two weeks, after which they will be shredded.
Printing fees and exemptions apply to documents printed using the Print Service (see above).
Mobile Internet Hotspots are connected to a cellular network and can be used with any wireless device. They are currently available to be borrowed from 10 Middlesex County Library locations. Hotspots are loaned for 7 days and can be requested via our online catalogue or phone 519-245-8237 for assistance. Learn more about Mobile Hotspots.
Our Creative and Marker Spaces give the public access to technology including 3-D Printers, Vinyl Cutter, Large Format Printer and software such as the Adobe Creative Suite. Located at the Dorchester and Glencoe Libraries, these spaces are open to everyone. Learn more about the Creative and Maker Spaces.