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What You Need to Know About Using a Library Computer

When an adult signs onto a public computer they must "accept" the Yakima Valley Libraries Internet Use Agreement, (Spanish Internet Use Agreement for adults), indicating they have read this Internet Policy and agree to abide by it and any future version of the Policy as a condition of using the Library's Internet access.

A minor's parent or legal guardian must sign a Yakima Valley Libraries Internet Use Agreement for minors, (Spanish Internet Use Agreement for minors) indicating they have read this Internet Policy and agree that the minor may use the Library's Internet access, that the minor will abide by the Internet Policy and any future version of the Policy as a condition of the minor using the Library's Internet access, and elect filtered or unfiltered access for the minor. A minor will not be allowed to use the Internet without this completed form.

Adopted: August 24, 1997
Revised: August 26, 1999
Revised: November 8, 1999
Revised: November 23, 1999
Reviewed: February 23, 2004
Revised: October 31, 2011


Scheduling a computer session

You can schedule a computer for a maximum of 60 minures per day at Yakima Valley Libraries branches. Individual session lengths vary by library. Ask staff for assistance. Your library account and password are required.

Computer sessions can be scheduled from a computer within the library or through the library's web site.


Schedule a computer session here

Wireless Internet

We are now able to offer wireless Internet access to library customers at Granger, Mabton, Moxee, Naches, Sunnyside, Terrace Heights, Toppenish, Wapato, West Valley, Yakima Central and Zillah Libraries.
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