Georgina Public Library members can use computers for free at each of our three locations.
Visiting our Town? You can get a temporary visitor's pass to use our computers at a library Service Desk.
Check out our Public Access to Computers and Internet policy.
You may use one of our computers for a maximum of three 30 minute sessions per day. If the computer you are using is not reserved by someone else, you may stay longer as your session time will be extended. You can also print from our computers. Black & white printing is $0.25 per side and colour printing is $0.50 per side. If you wish to save your work, you may bring a USB Flash drive to do so.
Our library computers have:
Children 0-15 are welcome to use a computer without adult supervision only after their parent or legal guardian has read, signed, and returned a Computer Use Permission Form.
Read our Computer Use for Juveniles rules about computer access.
Teens who are 16 years of age and older are allowed on the computers, unsupervised.
Discovery Stations (computers without internet access) are pre-loaded with children's literacy games. Discovery Stations are available at
Peter Gzowski (Sutton) and Keswick locations.
Launchpads (tablets loaded with learning activities and games) are available at all locations.
Children 0-10 years of age must be supervised by a parent or caregiver at all times while in the library, even if they have permission to be on the computers alone.
Free WiFi access is available at all three locations. All WiFi users must agree to our WiFi policy.
Check out our Public Access to Computers and Internet Policy.