Computer Lab and Wireless Printing

Drawing of a person sitting at a computer and wearing a face mask

While Beaverton City Library buildings remain closed, we are excited to offer limited computer access at the Main library and wireless printing, Tuesdays 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. and Wednesdays 3-7 p.m. 

To schedule an appointment, call 503-644-2197 during the following hours: Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. | Saturday-Sunday, 12-5 p.m. or drop by during lab hours.

Computer access is currently only available at the Main library. 

During this appointment, you can:

  • Use a computer for up to 30 minutes
  • Print up to 20 pages free
  • Computers are self-serve. We cannot offer assistance at this time.

What to Expect at the Computer Lab:

  1. Staff and computer users will maintain 6 foot distancing from one another at all times.
  2. Face coverings are required (mask or shield). Staff will also wear them.
  3. Computer sessions are 30 minutes, computers are self-serve and cleaned between use.
  4. Printing is free, up to 20 pages at a time.
  5. No consuming food or drink.
  6. For everyone’s safety, we are not able to offer hands-on computer help or instruction at this time. 
  7. Questions? Call 503-644-2197, Option 2

Printing at the Library

While the Library is not fully open, you can still print to a Library printer from your smartphone, laptop or tablet. No library card is required and printing is free up to 20 pages. 

Instructions for Wireless Printing 

  • Send your print job to the Library from your computer or wireless device using one of the 3 methods below.
  • Come to the Library to pick up your print job during our Computer Lab hours—Tuesdays from 10AM – 2PM and Wednesdays from 3 – 7PM.  
  • Come to the front doors of the Main Library with your email address. Staff will use this to identify, print and give you the printouts at the Library front doors.
Three Ways To Print 

Send print jobs to the Library through a Web Form, by email or through the PrinterOn app. 

  1. Web Form—good for documents and webpages found here:
  2. Email or email attachment—send or forward an email to the Library’s email address: 
  3. App—download the free app from PrinterOn here: