All Roseville Public Library locations have public computers available for use by the public with a valid library card.

All public computers at the Maidu and Riley libraries are running the Windows 7 Professional operating system, have the ability to create documents, spreadsheets as well as printing and internet capabilities. The Downtown Roseville Library has updated public computers with the Windows 10 operating system also with document or spreadsheet creation as well as printing and internet capabilities.

Wireless Internet Access

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All locations at the Roseville Public Library have wireless internet (Wi-Fi) access. To connect to the wireless internet, open your internet connection and select "library.rosenet.air" from the list of available network connections. After connecting to "library.rosenet.air," the library internet use policy will appear. Check the box to agree to the terms and open up your browser and navigate to any web page that does not require sign in (i.e: Google, Bing). If you need help or have problems connecting, ask a staff member for assistance.

The Roseville Public Library and City of Roseville do not guarantee the accuracy or suitability of any outside website. Opinions on websites outside of the City of Roseville are solely those of the site and do not necessarily represent those of the Library or City of Roseville. The privacy screens applied to the computers are for the security of the user(s) and may not be removed. Users must agree to our Public PC and Internet Use Policy.

Library Printing Prices

Black & white copies: $0.20/page
Color copies: $0.50/page
Wireless printing is currently unavailable

Computer Classes

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The Library offers free computer classes for the public. Registration for computer classes is available by calling the library at (916) 774-5221 or by visiting any library location.

Checkout our program brochure for upcoming classes for adults or kids.


Chromebooks are available for in library use only, they are not available for use outside the library and are available on a first-come first-served basis. You must have a valid library card to check out the device. Chromebooks do not have printing capability.

eReaders, eBooks, eAudiobooks & eMagazines

Audio Books
If you own your own eReader, tablet, computer or mobile device, the library offers free downloadable eBooks, eAudiobooks & eMagazines using Overdrive, cloudLibrary or Flipster. Learn more about free eBook, eAudiobook & eMagazine downloads here.