Each library provides wireless access that is open and free to the public during library hours. Internet access and word processing are also available for use on public computers.
The library offers eBooks, eAudiobooks and eMagazines for checkout through Overdrive. For help with digital media visit our help page. Various devices such as Kindles, iPads, Chromebooks and Video Editing Equipment can be checked out with a library card. To find out more information, visit our Technology page.
Printing and Photocopying Services
Black and white copying is available at the Main Library and the North Branch Library for .10 per page. Black and white and color copying is available for .25 per page at the South Branch Library.
Black and white and color printing from a public computer is available for .25 per page at all three locations.
Wireless Printing is available at the South Branch Library. First you must activate your library card or printing card in person at the library. Then by logging into our printing website with your library or printing card, you can remotely upload documents from a personal computer or laptop. To retrieve your documents, bring your library or printing card into the South Branch Library within 48 hours and release your documents from the printer by scanning your card. For wireless printing instructions, click here.
The South Branch Library in Breckenridge and Main Library in Frisco offer notary services at no charge. To set up a time for your notarization at South Branch, please contact Melissa at 970-453-3546. For Main Library, please contact Susie at 970-668-4132. In addition to your document to be notarized, you will need to present a government-issued ID that includes your name, picture, and signature.
The Summit County Library Outreach program partners with the Community & Senior Center’s Mountain Meals on Wheels program, who provide nutritious meals to homebound individuals throughout the county. If you are a recipient of Meals on Wheels, you may be eligible to receive book,cdbook and dvd deliveries along with your meals. To learn more, please contact 970-668-2942 or email Niki Vincze.
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