Locations

Book Drops

Outdoor book drops are available at all locations to return items when libraries are closed.

Wireless Internet Access

All 32 branch libraries in the Great River Regional Library (GRRL) system provide high speed wireless Internet service (WiFi) free of charge. To access WiFi at our libraries, all you need is a wireless-enabled laptop computer or PDA. (Our libraries provide desktop computers, but they do not provide laptop models.) The library's WiFi network is open to all visitors. Read more »

Computer Workstations

Every GRRL library has computer workstations that can be reserved for specific times and that are connected to the Internet via the high-speed library network. Read more »

Study Rooms

In some GRRL libraries, study rooms are available and may be scheduled for use by individual users. Be sure to call ahead to make sure your local library has a study room and that it is available for use at a time you desire.

Reserve Online

The following libraries allow online reservations for study rooms: Read more »

Copy Machines

Each GRRL library has a copy machine available for public use. The cost of making a copy is 10 cents per page.

Internet Workstations

Every GRRL library has computer workstations that can be reserved for specific times and that are connected to the Internet via the high-speed library network. Read more »

School Visits

Each GRRL library will schedule school visits. Please call the local library to make arrangements in anticipation of a school visit by local library staff.

Assistive Technology

At its headquarters location in St. Cloud, GRRL provides computer stations specially adapted for use by people with impaired vision and for those with mobility difficulties. The library also offers video relay service (VRS) for users of American Sign Language. Read more »

Hearing-Impaired Services

At its headquarters location in St. Cloud, GRRL provides computer stations specially adapted for use by people with impaired vision and for those with mobility difficulties. The library also offers video relay service (VRS) for users of American Sign Language. Read more »

Meeting Rooms

Contact your local library to discover if there is a conference or meeting room available for use by the public. Should there be one, each locality will have its own room reservation procedure.