- Public computers are available for adults, teens and children on a first come, first served basis.
- Wi-Fi is available for free.
Photocopying, Printing, Faxing, and Scanning
- Black and white copying is available at the North Branch Library for .10 per page.
- Black and white and color copying is available for .25 per page at the Main Library and South Branch Library.
- Black and white and color printing from a public computer is available for .25 per page at all three locations.
- We do not offer faxing at any location.
- Scanning is available at the North Branch in Silverthorne and the Main Library in Frisco.
Seasonal Affective Disorder Lamps
Portable DVD Writer
Need to play a CD or DVD? Ask staff to borrow a Portable DVD writer which will connect via USB to the public computers or personal laptop.
South Branch Library, Breckenridge
What you will need:
- Summit County Library card with no fees or billed items on your account
- Driver’s license or Photo ID
- A completed Summit County Library South Branch Chromebook/iPad Lending Guidelines and Agreement
Chromebooks – Available for use in the library with a library card in good standing for 3 hours.
Blu-Ray Player - 1 available for use in the library study rooms, plays blu-ray and dvds.
iPads - Available for use in the library with a library card in good standing for 3 hours.
Video Production Equipment – Can be reserved up to 2 weeks before and up to 4 hours at a time for in-library use. View List of Equipment and Policy here.
North Branch Library, Silverthorne
Blue River Room - a Flat screen Smart TV to present on or conduct Zoom meetings is available for use with the reservation of the Blue River Meeting Room. More information on reserving the meeting room here.
Main Library, Frisco
Microfiche loaned to the Breckenridge Heritage Alliance through January 2022.
- Contact the BHA Archivist at email@example.com to schedule an appointment.
- ScanPro 3000 microfilm/fiche reader
- Microfilm: Daily Journal 1980-1988, 1881-1888, Ten Mile Times, Breckenridge Bulletin 1899 –1903, 1903- 1906, Montezuma Mill Run 1882 – 1888, Quandary Times 1988- 1989, Summit Sentinel 1968-1988
- Mather Archives Website