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The Staunton Public Library provides numerous services and resources beyond books, including public computers, free wi-fi, a photocopier, fax machine, typewriter, artwork displays, special collections and meeting rooms available for public use and more.

Computer Center

The Computer Center has 10 PCs for Internet use. Computer users must have a valid Staunton Public Library card. Computer users must read and understand the Staunton Public Library Computer Use Policy and Internet Use Disclaimer and abide by the rules of use. Children under age 10 may not use the Internet computers without direct supervision by a parent or guardian. Printing costs $0.25 per page from either a Library computer or your personal laptop. Click here for wireless printing instructions.

Research and Report Workstation

The Research and Report Workstation allows patrons to create documents using Microsoft Office 2013 products, and conduct research using specific databases. Patrons may print their documents for $0.25 per page. For more information, please consult the rules posted by the computer.

Displays

The work, interests and collections of local people are displayed in the glass-fronted cases and on the art display wall on the First Floor. Patrons are encouraged to share their collections with the community. Please contact Melissa at the Library (332.3902) if you are interested in displaying your art or putting a display in one of the cases. Please see our Exhibits Policy and the Display Materials Release Form

Museum Passes

Museum passes are a project of the Staunton Public Library and the Friends of the Staunton Library.

The Staunton area has many fine museums and cultural opportunities. Through the generosity of these institutions, you are invited to sample their offerings by checking out a museum pass which will provide free or reduced admission rates to a specific attraction. Please note the special terms for each participating venue. Learn more about museum passes.

Reading Room

The Reading Room, located on the First Floor opposite the main entrance, is a designated quiet area for reading and studying. Current periodicals are located there. View our list of our current subscriptions to magazines and newspapers.

View our Frequently Asked Questions below for more information about the Library’s services.

FAQs

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  • How do I request the purchase of an item?

  • How can I get an interlibrary loan?

  • What is in your Reading Room?

  • Can I display my artwork collection at the Library?

  • How do I make photocopies?

  • Do you have a public typewriter?

  • Can I take a proctored exam?

  • Can I send a fax?

  • What accommodations do you have for persons with disabilities or special needs?

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