Printing Services Are Changing

Starting the week of June 23, you'll use a new system to print documents at libraries. Our current service, Printeron, is being discontinued by the vendor. In response, we're moving to a new service called Princh. Find out what to expect with this change.


What isn’t changing?
What will be different?
Need help?

What isn’t changing?

You will still be able to request prints from public computers or from your own device. You can print from a phone, tablet, or laptop. You can still print from email on any device.

You will pay for your documents the same way using cash, credit, or debit at a print release station.

You don’t need to set up a Princh account. You just need a library card.

When you send a print job to the server, data is encrypted end-to-end to ensure patron privacy. Only the printer meant to receive the job is able to decrypt the data.

What will be different?

The way that you print will change. Starting the week of June 23, you will be able to print:

On a phone or tablet by

On your personal computer by

On a public computer by

  • Opening a document and choosing Print.

On any device by

  • Emailing a document to your library's black and white or color printer.

There will also be some new features that we hope will make it easier to print.

Preview Prints

You will be able to preview print jobs to make sure everything is correct.  

Multilingual Support

You will be able to use the software in the following languages:  

  • Danish 
  • English  
  • Finnish 
  • French 
  • German 
  • Norwegian  
  • Portuguese  
  • Russian  
  • Spanish 
  • Swedish   

Princh is adding more languages on a continuous basis.

Need help?

Ask staff at the library where you want to print for help. 

You can also find answers to frequently asked questions about printing below.

Frequently Asked Questions About Printing

Updated 6/27/2024