WiFi

No WiFi at home? No worries!

The library may be closed to in-person visits, but our WiFi remains accessible from our parking lot everyday 8am to 9pm.

Network Name: OFLibrary
Password: onondaga (all lowercase)

Mobile Print Pickup Now Available

The library building may be closed, but our printers are still running. Simply submit your documents for printing using our MobilePrint Service™, then stop by the library to pick them up right at the door.

Print jobs can be picked on the same calendar day they were printed up to 30 minutes before closing. For example, on Fridays, when the library closes at 5pm, you can pick up you print jobs any time before 4:30pm. No print jobs will be processed during the last half hour of library operations. 

Any print jobs that have not been processed are deleted from the queue at midnight every night.

Printing Rates

  • Black & White - Cost: 10¢/page
  • Color - Cost: 50¢/page

NOTE: OFL is not accepting credit card payment for print jobs at this time.

NOTE: OFL is not accepting personal/specialty papers for printing at this time.

Submitting a Curbside Print Job

OFL’s MobilePrint Service™ allows you to use your personal computer or mobile device to print to the library’s printers from any location.

Use the following link to submit your print job from the web:
Print to Onondaga Free Library

OR...

Email your print job to one of the following OFL printers:

  • 1st Floor Black & White: ofl-bw-1@printspots.com
  • 1st Floor Color: ofl-color-1@printspots.com

NOTE: Emails must include a subject line (such as “PDF”) in order for your print job to process correctly.

Downloadable PDF Instructions

Picking up a Curbside Print Job

Please allow a minimum of thirty minutes for your curbside print job to be received by our printers.

Then:

  • Drive to the library, park in any available spot, and call 315-492-1727.
  • Give your full name, phone number, and the email address from which you sent the print job to the OFL staff member who takes your call.
  • The OFL staff member will confirm the total cost for your print job and print your documents.
  • The OFL staff member will then seal your documents in a manila envelope and placed on the table near the front door.
  • When it is safe to do so, you may enter the front door area to collect your print job and place your payment in the Mobile Print Payment Box. 

Computer Policy/User Agreement

Library users assume the responsibility for any damage to their personal property that may result from using library materials or from downloading information from library computers.  Onondaga Free Library assumes no liability for any damage to property allegedly caused by library materials or computers and will not pay for the repair of any property allegedly damaged as a result of using library materials or computers.
Computer User Guidelines:

  • A valid OCPL library card in the patron’s name is required.  For visitors from outside Onondaga County, a valid ID can be used to get a guest pass.
  • Patrons must have no more than $50.00 in fines on their card.
  • Patrons must agree to these computer user guidelines each time they log on to our public computers.
  • Children under 7 years of age must have an adult present when using the computers.
  • A maximum of 2 patrons can be sitting at the same computer.
  • Ages 13 & up are guaranteed 2 hours when they log on to a computer.  Ages 12 & under are guaranteed 1 hour when they log on to a computer.  Time can be extended in 30 minute increments if no patrons are waiting- Please see staff to extend time.
  • Patrons must save files to their own portable drives, as the computers get wiped clean after each session.
  • One-sided printing is available: B&W 10¢/page & Color 50¢/page

Click here to download and print a copy of our Computer Policy/User Agreement.

Internet Policy

Onondaga Free Library is pleased to be able to offer Internet access to the public.  This gateway increases the Library's ability to fulfill its mission of making information available to all.  This document outlines our policy regarding Internet access.  These rules are subject to revision at any time and users are responsible for staying informed about current policy.

  • Internet access is a privilege extended to the public by Onondaga Free Library.  This policy applies to both public access computers and computers brought onto OFL premises. Library staff reserves the right to end any computer session at its discretion.
  • The library's Internet access may be used for legal purposes only.  It is the responsibility of the user to acquaint himself/herself with what constitutes legal/illegal behavior on the Internet.  By using the access provided, the user agrees to indemnify Onondaga Free Library from any action taken against it as a result of the user’s illegal behavior.
  • Library patrons shall not use the library's Internet resources in any manner that violates library policy, federal, state or local laws.
  • Personal software shall not be installed or used without staff permission.  Library computers are not set up for gaming, chatrooms or instant messaging.  Web-based e-mail is acceptable, but the library does not provide online services such as AOL, MSN, etc.
  • The Internet is a largely unregulated, global information structure that contains material which is offensive to some and in some cases is unsuitable for children.  Onondaga Free Library supports the Constitutional right of free speech and does not censor any Internet content except for computers in the children’s area.  Only parents and guardians, not the library staff, may restrict children from Internet access or other library resources.  It is solely the responsibility of parents to monitor the Internet usage of their children.
  • The library prohibits the downloading, storage, printing or any public display of any material which interferes with the activities of library staff or patrons, or any activity which contributes to a hostile or threatening environment.
  • It is the responsibility of patrons to educate themselves regarding the use and navigation of the Internet.  The Library will provide pointers to materials within the library and to files and tutorials on the Internet to assist in this education.
  • By using the Internet access that Onondaga Free Library provides, you indicate agreement with the policies in this document and any additional policies posted at the Internet access terminal.

Approved June 28, 2006


Click here to download and print a copy of our Internet Policy.