The Sauk City Library provides computers for public use. Please see our Electronic Use Policy for more information about acceptable use of our computers.
The library has five sit-down, accessible computer stations with Internet access. These stations can be used for two hours per day. If you are working on a job application, genealogy, or a special project that requires more time, ask at the front desk for an extended time session. Computers may be reserved online in advance.
As a result of a local Eagle Scout project, the library also has 3 portable Netbooks for in-library use. These computers can be used anywhere in the library and can be checked out for a two-hour session.
All of our computers are connected to a printer. Black and white pages are 10 cents and Color pages are 20 cents.
To use our computers, a patron must have a valid library card from any library in the South Central Library System. We’re also happy to welcome guests and will provide temporary passes to out-of-town visitors.