Print from Your Own Device

Print from Your Own Device

Use your computer, phone, or tablet to print from a library printer.

Services vary by location. You'll need an active library card to print from your own device.

Find out how to use this service in the frequently asked questions at the bottom of this page.

1. Send a Document to a Library Printer

First, send a document to a printer using our online form below. Send your document no more than 12 hours before you will pick it up. Print requests are deleted after 12 hours so be sure to check library hours before you send it.

New to this service? Learn how to request prints and find out how much you can print.

2. Pick Up Prints

 After you've sent your document, drop by to pick up prints inside the library. Pick up in as little as one hour. When you arrive, go to the self-serve print station and log in.

Print for free using your weekly print allowance. Need more than you can get with your print allowance? You'll have the option to pay for additional prints.

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How It Works

  • Send a document to a library printer using our online form. After you've sent your document, drop by to pick up prints inside the library. You can pick up in as little as one hour.  1. Preview the document on your device and check the number of pages.
    • You can print up to $1.50 each week for free with your library card's weekly print allowance. That gives you up to 10 black and white or 3 color pages each week.
    • You have the option to pay for more prints.

    2. Send the document to a library that's open for visits. Send your document at least one hour before you will pick it up. You'll have 12 hours to pick up any documents you've requested. Print requests are deleted after 12 hours. Be sure to check your pickup location's hours before you send your document.
    • Find your pickup library in the Pickup Library list.
    • Use the form to send the document to your library's black and white or color printer.

    3. After you've sent your document, drop by your pickup location. 
    4. When you arrive at your pickup library, go to the self-serve print release station.
    5. Log in at the print release station to print your document. You'll use the same email address you used to send your document.
  • People with an all-access library card number can request prints. New accounts may not be in the print system. Call your print pickup location if you are unable to upload your print job. 

  • You have a limit of $1.50 each week in your library card's print allowance. You can use the allowance on library printers or copiers.

    With the allowance, you can print or copy:

    • up to ten black and white pages
      OR
    • three color pages each week for free.

    If you don't have enough credit for your entire print or copy job, you have the option to pay for more pages.

    Additional pages of letter-size (8 1/2" x 11") prints and copies cost:

    • $0.15 for black and white.
    • $0.50 for color.
  • No, there is not a limit to the number of print jobs in your weekly print allowance. There is a limit to the number of pages. Preview your print job before you upload it.

    If you do not have enough credit for your entire print job you have the option to pay for more prints.

  • Call your print pickup library, they can check for you.

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