Does the Library have internet access?

Yes. The PPL has 4 public access computers as well wireless as access to the internet. The Internet offers unlimited global access to information. The Preston Public Library does not monitor or control the content of materials available through this medium.

Parents or guardians of children under the age of 18 are responsible for their children's use of the Internet (as they are for all books/materials used by the children in their charge).

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1. Can anyone check out books and DVDs from the Preston Public Library?
2. Does the Library have internet access?
3. How long do books and DVDs circulate?
4. May I borrow items when I apply for my library card?
5. May I use my card at other libraries?
6. What are the rules for using the book drop?
7. What do I need to get a Preston Library card?
8. What happens if I lose or damage a book or DVD which I have borrowed from the PPL?
9. What if I am moving?
10. What if I lose or damage library materials?
11. What if the items I want aren't in the library when I visit?
12. Who can apply for a Preston Library card?
13. Who may use the computers?