Library Computer Stations

Computer Usage Policy /

How to Use

Computers are available to use at all Pike County Library locations.

Use of the library computers require a library card. If you do not have one, please request a guest pass from a librarian. Photo ID is required.

Log In

To login to a computer station, use your library card number and PIN number.

Find your library card number on the back of your library card.

library card

Enter the PIN number you created when you got your library card.

Example: 1234

If you have lost your PIN number you can request a new one from the circulation desk.

Computer/Internet Usage Policy

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Basic Rules

  1. All Patrons using computers must sign-in and agree to the library's current internet/computer policy.
  2. Patrons must sign-in and leave an acceptable form of identification at the circulation/computer station desk. The identification may be returned after the computer has been successfully logged off.
  3. Patrons owing fines will not be allowed access until all fines are paid.
  4. Patrons using the internet must be at least 18 years of age. Patrons under the age of 18 may use the internet upon completion of a signed parental permission form. The parental permission form must be filled out at the library by a parent or legal guardian. Any patron under the age of 10 MUST be accompanied by an adult while accessing the internet at all times.
  5. No food and/or drinks allowed in the library.

More Details


Yes, you can request a guest pass from a librarian. Photo ID is required.

Yes, we have children's computers available in the children's section.

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Disclaimer: The Library has no control over the information on the internet, and can not be held responsible for its content, accuracy, or images viewed. The internet provides a wealth of educational, recreational, and cultural information.

It is the user's responsibility to choose which resources to access. Users are cautioned to access and evaluate materials online as they would a printed source. The Library does not promote or endorse viewpoints or information found on the internet the same as it does not do so for printed materials in the collection.