Public Computers

All Roseville Public Library locations have public computers available for use with a valid library card. Computer sessions are allocated in 60 minute increments, with extensions as availability allows. 
Operating system: Windows 10 Software installed to browse the internet, create documents, spreadsheets and print files.

Printing costs
Black & white copies: $0.20/side
Color copies: $0.50/side

Wireless Printing
Wireless printing is now available! Send documents from your personal device to be printed at any of our library locations. Click here for details.

Maidu Library
11 adult computer stations and 2 children's computer stations.

Downtown Library
18 adult computer stations and 4 children's computer stations.

Riley Library
20 adult computer stations and 4 children's computer stations.

Tech Help

*Tech Help is currently paused until further notice. Check back for program updates to come!

Want to learn more about a particular computer program or learn how to use eBooks and Audiobooks? Our one-on-one computer help offers an opportunity to get answers to your computer and technology questions.

Drop in for Tech Help from 10:00am to 12:00pm on the first Friday of each month at Riley Library. The library has desktop computers that are available for demonstration, but attendees are encouraged to bring their own devices. 

Please note, help is available on a first come first serve basis. The library will not attempt to troubleshoot computer problems or repair damaged devices.

Wi-Fi on your own device

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 "LibraryVisitorWiFi" from the list of available network connections. After connecting, the library internet use policy will appear. Check the box to agree to the terms and open up your browser. 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. Users must agree to our Public PC and Internet Use Policy.

Download the LiDA App

Aspen LiDA, the Library Discovery App, allows you to explore your library on the go to find new books, movies, games or your old favorites!

LiDA connects directly to your Roseville Public Library account, where you can quickly search the entire catalog, including eContent, place holds, check due dates and renew eligible titles.

Download today from Google Play or the Apple App Store.

eBooks, eAudiobooks & eMagazines

Read free eBooks, eAudiobooks & eMagazines on your device using Libby or cloudLibrary. Learn more about free eBook, eAudiobook & eMagazine downloads on our eBooks page.

News Archives

Read The Sacramento Bee, Roseville Press Tribune, and dozens of other regional newspapers form across the nation online using NewsBank. You can also access the Roseville Press Tribune archives here or on microfilm at the Downtown Library. Available for in-library use only. Contact the Downtown library for more information at (916) 774-5221 or email [email protected].

Adaptive Technology

Below is a list of all Assistive Technology available for in-library use. All Assistive Technology must be checked out to a library patron. Click here for more information on adaptive programs and events available through the City of Roseville.

   Noise-canceling Headphones                 Jumbo Switch                            SAM Track Ball                

    technology     technology     technology

         Switch Interface Pro 6.0                Interactive Mouse

     technology     technology

Sensory Kits

sensory kits

Sensory Kits can be checked out by anyone! However, they are designed to support the needs of neurodiverse youth 
and teens of all ability levels. Patrons will have the unique opportunity to discover and explore tools to help with their 
sensory needs.

Kits are intended to be used for a variety of reasons such as help with focus, self-regulation, improve tolerance, as 
calming or energizing tools, help keep restless hands busy and other creative uses. They can be used at the library, 
for travel, school or wherever you feel there is a benefit from its use. 

Each library branch houses their own collection of kits. You may check out one kit per library card; they check out for 
three weeks. To check one out, you may request a kit at the front desk as part of our adaptive and inclusive material 
at the library. Sensory kits must be returned to the front desk. Click here to find the kits in our library catalog.

Braille & Talking Book Library (BTBL)

The Braille & Talking Book Library (BTBL) is a service available through the California State library for all ages. Residents of Northern California who have been certified by a competent authority (doctor, social worker, librarian etc.) as unable to read ordinary print or hold a print book. Services are postage free and delivered directly to the home requesting this service. BTBL loans not only the recorded material but also the device. Starting September 1, 2023, Roseville Public Library locations will have an example of the device and recorded material to answer questions of those who may benefit. Click here for more information.