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Printing, Copying, and Scanning

Please note that computers shut down 20 minutes before closing. To view the Computer Policy (updated July 2019), click here.

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PRINTING, COPYING, AND SCANNING

How much does it cost to print or make a copy?
Printouts and copies are 25¢ per page for black-and-white.
Color printing/copying is $1 per page and available at the Main Library only. Double-sided printing/copying is not available.

Can I print or copy on my own, specialized paper?
No, customers are not allowed to switch out library paper for their own paper.

Can I print while using WiFi?
Yes! To print at the Main Library using our WiFi or from a remote location, go to www.printeron.net/mplmain/mainbranch.

Select the printer, enter your email address and upload files to be printed.
Pick up your print job at the printer station on the 2nd Floor of the Main Library. Payment is made at the reference desk.
Print jobs can be sent from opening until 20 minutes before the Library closes.

Do you offer mobile printing?
Yes! To access our printers remotely, download the PrinterOn app for your mobile device.
Choose the printer by searching for “MPL.”
Pick up your print job at the printer station by logging in with the email address you provided.
Print jobs can be sent from opening until 20 minutes before the Library closes.

Do you offer scanning?
Yes! We offer scanning on each floor of the Main Library and at the Bellevue Avenue Branch. Scanning is provided free of charge. You can scan to an email address or USB memory device.

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Curbside Pickup

The Montclair Public Library is offering curbside pickup by appointment at the Main Library. Click here for full details. Returns can be made 24/7 at the Main Library and Bellevue Avenue Branch. Both buildings remain closed to the public.