Library Hours
Wednesday: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Curbside Hours
Wednesday: 10:00 am - 7:45 pm
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Public Computers

The Wixom Public Library offers 15 computers which provide access to Internet ExplorerMozilla FirefoxGoogle Chrome, Adobe Acrobat Reader, and Microsoft Office 2021. Printing is 10 cents a page for black and white and 50 cents a page for color. Printing funds can be added to library cards at the Information Desks. Scanning is available on our public copy machine and can be emailed or saved to your flash drive.

What do I need to use the computers?

  • To get the maximum benefit, you should have a library card and your personal identification number (PIN).
  • There are two defaults to try if you don’t know your PIN: 1234 or the last four digits of your phone number. If these do not work, ask at the Information Desk. Do not use spaces when you enter the library card number.
  • Guest passes are available for those who do not qualify for a library card.

Children's Computers

The Wixom Public Library offers separate children’s computers for those aged 12 and under. The Children’s area contains three filtered internet computers and three iPads loaded with early literacy and game apps.

  • Parents/guardians of minor are advised that they must assume responsibility for, and any restriction of, their children’s use of the Internet through the Library connection.
  • Library staff may be able to offer starting suggestions or search tips, but cannot act in place of or in absence of the parent.
  • Parents are encouraged to work closely with their children in selecting material that is consistent with personal and family values and boundaries.
  • Please limit your time to 30 minutes and one/two children per computer at a time.

Mobile Hotspots

In order to promote access to online resources, the Wixom Public Library offers mobile Wi‐Fi hotspots as a part of its circulating collection.  The collection is meant for temporary uses such as vacations, education, employment, special projects, etc. Mobile hotspots are not intended to provide patrons with a permanent solution to Internet access. A mobile hotspot is a device that can be used anywhere to create a wireless network so patrons can connect any Wi-Fi-enabled mobile device, laptop, printer, digital camera or gaming device.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I check out a hotspot?

Hotspots checkout for 14 days with no renewals. Any Wixom Library cardholder who is 18 and older and has a card in good standing may checkout a hotspot. Patrons must sign the Mobile Wi-Fi HotSpot policy prior to checking out a device. Cardholders must wait two (2) days upon returning a hotspot to check out another device. Limit one (1) hotspot per library card.

What checks out with the hotspot?

The hotspot checks out in a plastic container with the following items: mobile hotspot, USB cord, AC charger with USB port, instructions, a copy of the Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot policy and a copy of the Public Internet Access Policy.

What happens if the hotspot is overdue, lost or damaged?

If the hotspot is overdue, you will be charged a $2.00 per day overdue fine and the device will be deactivated. If the device is lost or returned damaged, you will be charged a $70 replacement fee and $25 processing fee.

Where do I return the hotspot?

Hotspots must be returned inside the Library at the Check-Out Desk. You will be responsible for any damage if the hotspot is returned in a book drop. Hotspots may not be returned to another library. 

View and print the PDF iconMobile Hotspot Policy.

Chromebook Kits

In order to promote equitable access to online resources, the Wixom Public Library offers Chromebooks as a part of its circulating collection. The collection is meant for temporary uses such as education, employment, special projects, etc. Chromebooks can be used for Internet browsing, job searching, word processing, etc.

Each Chromebook circulates in a case along with a charger, hotspot, instruction sheet, and a copy of this policy. The user is responsible for returning all of these materials in good condition. The user will be responsible for the cost of repair or replacement if returned damaged. The Library is not responsible for information accessed using this device or for personal information that is shared over the Internet. Chromebook users are encouraged to follow safe Internet practices.

The Library is not responsible for any computer viruses that may be transferred to user storage devices. Tampering with library equipment, including bypassing security functions, is prohibited.

Chromebooks are to be returned inside the Library at the Circulation Desk, not in the book drop. Patrons will be held responsible for damage to the item if it is returned in the book drop. In addition, the user agrees to follow the Library’s Public Internet Access Policy while accessing the Internet through Library owned devices. The device will be disabled if the Chromebook is not returned on the due date.

In order to meet community demand, the following borrowing rules apply to Chromebooks:

  • Chromebooks check out for one (1) day. There are no renewals.
  • Chromebooks are limited to Wixom Public Library cardholders 18 years of age or older whose card is in good standing.
  • Cardholders must wait two (2) days upon returning a Chromebook to check out another device. Limit one (1) Chromebook per library card.


  • There is a $215 replacement cost for a lost, damaged or stolen Chromebook.
  • There is a $70 replacement cost for a lost, damaged or stolen hotspot.
  • The user will be fined $2.00 per day that the Chromebook is returned late

Mobile Printing

Print from your smartphone, laptop or tablet to the Library’s Print Release Station (located in the public computer areas in the Adult departments). You can send print jobs to the Library from home or in the building. Cost per page: 10¢ for black and white, 50¢ for color. Funds can be added to your account at the Information Desk.

Print via Web Portal
  1. Log in to Print Center with your email address
  2. Upload documents to be printed
  3. Go to the print release station or Information Desk to print.
Print via Email

You may also email your documents or forward an email to the printer:

  • for black and white prints
  • for color prints
  • Send an email (including any attachments) to one of the addresses above.
  • Once the print job has been emailed, go to the print release station or the Information Desk to print your job.
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