Library Wi-Fi Hotspots

A Wi-Fihotspot is a device you can use to connect a mobile-enabled device, such as a laptop, smartphone, or tablet, to the Internet. The hotspot is portable, so you can connect your device almost wherever you are.

Carroll County Public Libraries lend Wi-Fi-hotspots to Carroll and Madison Public Library cardholders ages 18 or above with less than $10 of fines or fees. Checkout is limited to one hotspot per library card for seven days. Hotspots may be reserved, but there are no renewals. Hotspots must be returned to the library where the checkout occurred.

Overdue hotspots will be disabled and fined a $1 per day. $5 will be charged for missing cords or cases. $90 will be charged for damaged and/or unreturned hotspots. As a pilot project, unrepairable hotspots will not be replaced. Hotspots must be kept out of extreme temperatures.

A library card or photo ID must be presented to check out a hotspot. Upon check-out and check-in hotspots and components will be checked by a library staff member. Do not return hotspots into a library book drop or to a library other than the one from which you checked it out.

The Carroll and Madison Library System is not responsible for any information accessed or action taken by a patron while using a Wi-Fi hotspot. Hotspot users are encouraged to use safe Internet practices. Using the hotspot to access any online content determined to be illegal or obscene according to federal, state, or municipal law will result in revocation of hotspot borrowing privileges.

Even though the Library is closed to the public, patrons can still check out hotspots!
Contact us to find out how.

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