Computer Use and WiFi
Flagler County Public Library has 33 computers at its Palm Coast Branch, and another six computers at the Bunnell Branch. The library also has a portable e-lab with 10 laptops available for training.
- Users must have a valid library card in good standing, or an authorized guest pass.
- Users must sign in at the Library Document Station, or on a public computer if available.
- Library cards and guest passes will be required when signing up.
- Patrons will be assigned a computer on a first-come-first-served basis, as will be asked to wait in the computer waiting area.
- Users will be granted 60 minutes per session, and a maximum of two sessions per day. Users may not sign up for a second session until the first session has been completed. Users should see a staff member at the Research Desk if more time is needed.
- A maximum of two people will be allowed to share a single computer to reduce noise and congestion in the computer area.
- All computers are shut down 15 minutes before closing, regardless of time remaining in a session.
- Users must comply with all copyright and licensing laws.
- Portable storage devices are permissible, but the Flagler County Public Library cannot guarantee that saved information will be free of viruses. Patrons assume all risk and liability for issues arising from the use of library equipment.
Guest Passes for visitors, non-residents or residents without a library card is available at the referrance desk for $5 per day for two (2) one-hour sessions. Guest Passes are only good for the day of purchase. Flagler County residents with a library card in good standing may make an in-person request for a free guest pass for an out-of-state visitor. All of the above stated rules apply.
Flagler County Public Library provides free WiFi access at both the Palm Coast Branch and Bunnell Branch locations. Printing is available through the Library's mobile printing service.