Do you have wireless internet access?

Yes! Both the Gillette and Wright libraries offer wireless access. 

The library provides and maintains this wireless network as a public service. You are responsible for knowing how to configure your equipment. Library staff cannot assist in setting up portable computers or other wireless devices to work with the wireless network and no guarantee is made that you will be able to make a wireless connection. 

We have tried to make wireless access as available as possible in our libraries, but you may encounter some dead spots in the library where wireless reception may be limited. If you have trouble accessing the Internet or staying online please move to a different location within the library. Access to the wireless network is on a first-come first-served basis. During high-use periods, access may be slow or unavailable. The wireless Internet access we offer is filtered. 

For more information, email the library staff.

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1. I don’t live in Campbell County. Can I get a card and use this library?
2. Can I donate materials to the library?
3. How do I renew my books, videos, etc. online?
4. Why is my library card not working online?
5. Can I pay for my library fines online?
6. How do I get a library card?
7. What hours are you open?
8. When is Storytime?
9. Can I pay for my library fines online?
10. Can I renew my materials over the phone?
11. Can I be notified by email when I have overdue items or an item on hold?
12. Do you have wireless internet access?
13. Do you have meeting rooms for public use?
14. What software does the library have on the public computers?
15. When is the used book sale?
16. Can I volunteer at the library?
17. What types of materials does the library own?