Yuma County Libraries truly are your information connection!
All libraries have public computers available for Internet use, job searching, homework, research, and recreation.
• Do I need a library card to use your computers?
It helps! Visiting patrons can log in as a Guest using a Guest Pass from the Information Desk. Guest Passes are good for 1 hour. Patrons from Yuma County are encouraged to log in using their library cards, as they’ll receive more time on the computer.
• How long can I use the library’s computers each day?
Your library card allows you to use the computers a total of 3 hours a day. You may accept the 3rd hour when it is automatically offered by our reservation system. More time may be added for special projects with staff approval.
• Can I save my work on the library’s computer?
No. You can only save to your own flash drive. When your computer access time runs out, your work will be lost unless it is saved to a flash drive.
• The website I need to use has been blocked!
As per Federal and State law, the Yuma County Library District has content filters in place on its public computers. If a website you need to access has been blocked, please ask a staff member to override the block for you. If the site does not violate our Computer Use Policy, the site will be unblocked.
• Can I print from the computers in the library?
Yes. Please note our print vend stations currently do not accept credit or debit cards.
• How much does it cost to print?
Printing costs ten cents for black and white prints and a quarter for color prints.
• Does the library have fax and scanning services?
No libraries offer faxing services at this time. The Main Library has scanners on the 1st and 2nd floor (patrons must bring their own USB drives to save their scans). Ask a staff member for a list of businesses in Yuma which provide fax and scanning services.