Do I have to wear a mask?
Yes. Face coverings are required at all times while inside an Aurora Public Library facility.
Do I need to maintain six feet of social distance while in the computer labs?
Yes. Markings on the floor will let you know where to walk in order to maintain safe social distancing standards. Please follow the signs and the directions of library staff and do not walk against the flow of foot traffic as indicated by the floor markings.
How do I know that it is safe to use the computer?
The Aurora Public Library takes the safety of our customers and staff very seriously. Every computer station will be cleaned in the morning and again in the evening. Additionally, there will be a mandatory 15-minute gap between appointments at the same computer, during which library staff will clean and disinfect the computer area.
Where are the computers located?
At Santori Library, you can find our public computers in the second floor lab. At West Branch, public computers are located on tables in the center of the library. At Eola Road Branch, public computers can be found in the computer lab across the hall from the main library.
Can I use a computer any time I want?
Appointments are strongly encouraged to guarantee a computer will be available for you. There is limited availability for walk-in computer use at each Aurora Public Library District location.
How long is a public computer session?
One 60 minute session will be allowed per day.
How many sessions can I have in a day?
All customers are currently limited to one computer session per day. Please note, a total maximum limit of 60 minutes is allowed in the library which may include a combination of Browse & Go and Public Computer appointments.
Can I bring guests with me?
You may bring one other person with you to your appointment. This person must observe all the same rules and must remain with you at all times.
How old do I have to be to schedule an appointment?
Customers over the age of 12 are allowed to use our public computers at this time.
Can I use the public computers without a library card?
Yes. Library staff will provide you with a temporary pass that will allow you one-time access to the computer.
I need to print a document!
You will be able to print documents as you normally would. You may also email a print request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I need to scan or fax!
Scanning and faxing are available. Please make a note that you intend to use the scanning machine when making your appointment.