Public Computers

Public workstations

Located near the Adult Service Desk and equipped with black & white and color printers and popular personal productivity software (Microsoft Word, Excel, Publisher and PowerPoint).

Color scanner and desktop publishing software

Perfect for creating brochures and other promotional materials.

Internet access

Numerous public workstations with printers and high-speed access to the Internet.

Print and Time Management

Please inquire at the Adult Service Desk about our print and time management system for Public Access Computers.

Wireless Access

Free Wi-Fi network

Available throughout the building. Bring your wireless-ready device and log on automatically, no password required.

Wi-Fi Printing

See the full instructions here, or inquire at the Adult Services Desk for details.

Internet & Workstation Use Policy

Printing, Copying, Scanning & Faxing


Printing is available from all public computers. Black & white print jobs are 20 cents per page and color print jobs are 50 cents per page.


Copiers for public use are located in the Bossidy Commons near the elevator and on the Upper Level near the public computers. Copies cost 20 cents per page.

Scanning & Faxing

A document station offering color scanning and an outgoing fax service is located on the Upper Level near the public computers. There is no charge for scanning. Outgoing faxes cost $1.00 per page, payable at the Adult Services Desk in cash or check only. There is no incoming fax service.

Checking Out & Returning Materials

Self-Check Kiosks

Check out materials quickly and easily using your Ridgefield Library card at one of three self-check kiosks, located in the Bossidy Commons, the Lodewick Children’s Library and on the Upper Level near the Morris Building.

24/7 Returns

Return materials 24/7 all year round through the Library’s Automated Materials Handling System (AMHS). Items returned through the AMHS are immediately checked in and sorted for re-shelving. Over 2.25 million items have been returned through the Ridgefield Library’s AMHS since its inception in 2014.