Computers, WiFi & Printing

WiFi Network

Connect to the "JCPL Public" network for free in any JCPL parking lot or walk-in location.

Contactless Printing

Printing is available from all library computers or from your own, and as both a walk-in and curbside service using our online printing portal. If using curbside pickup of prints, please plan on paying in cash and using exact change.

Cost per page:
Color: $0.25
Black and White: $0.10

Step 1: Send your prints using JCPL's online printing portal. Within the portal, choose between emailing your documents, uploading them or sending them through the ePrintit app:

Step 2 (Curbside only): Drive to your selected pickup location and park.

Step 3 (Curbside only): Call the phone number listed on the signs and let staff know you're here to pick up your prints. Library staff will verify the details of your print job over the phone before printing and bring it outside to you.

Documents must be picked up the same day they are sent to the Library. Prints are not saved overnight. 


Reservable at Arvada, Belmar, Columbine, Conifer, Edgewater, Evergreen, Golden, Lakewood, Standley Lake and Wheat Ridge. Use your library card to reserve a computer. Please be aware that if you are more than 5 minutes late for your reservation, it will be canceled.


Scanning is available for free at every library. Scans can either be sent to an email address or saved directly onto a USB drive.


Faxing is available for free at all libraries, except the Express Library West Arvada. There is no limit on the number of pages that can be sent. Faxes cannot be received at the libraries, they can only be sent. Faxes can be sent to local or long distance numbers.

WiFi Hotspots

Check out a Mobile Hotspot wireless hotspot. (Note: Available to Jefferson County residents only.)

Photo & Video Editing and Conversion Stations

Photo and video editing equipment is available at Belmar, Columbine, Evergreen, Lakewood and Standley Lake Libraries. Equipment includes:

  • VHS to DVD converter
  • Photo and video editing software (ACDSee PhotoStudio Professional)
  • Scanner for scanning photographs, slides and 35 mm film

New! Assistive Technology & Digitization Workstation

Available at Belmar Library. Reserve online., opens a new window This station includes a large-print keyboard, 27-inch monitor, trackball mouse and a motorized adjustable table for wheelchair access. Available assistive software includes:

  • Screen magnification
  • Text-to-speech
  • Speech recognition
  • Reading assistance
  • American Sign Language interpretation

The station also includes access to photo and video editing software; slideshow creation; and photo scanning and VHS to DVD conversion.

In-library Laptops

Available for ages 12+ to use in the library at Arvada, Belmar, Columbine, Golden, Edgewater, Evergreen, Lakewood, and Standley Lake. Users must have a library card in good standing and present a photo ID to use a laptop. Teens 12-17 years old require a contract signed by their parent or guardian.

Workforce Center Chromebooks

Offered for use outside of the library and available for Jefferson County residents with a library account in good standing. Chromebooks are made available through a partnership with the Jefferson County Workforce Center and intended for community members who are in the process of looking for a job and have limited access to technology.

Request at any library location or online. Devices check out for 60 days and include built-in access to the internet. The Chromebook comes in a laptop bag that includes a power cord, corded mouse and a quick-start instruction sheet. Get help learning to use these devices while picking them up at the library, via Book a Librarian or through the Jefferson County Business Workforce Center.

Microfilm/Microfiche Readers

Available at Lakewood Library. Each reader can crop, print, email and save to a flash drive.

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