During an upgrade of public print services, patrons will be allotted 75 print credits per week. Credit balances will reset every Sunday morning. Note unused credits will not roll over. Printing charges include:
If your printing needs exceed the available 75 credits we recommend you visit a community print and copy store. Alternately, you can pay for additional prints at the service desk.
Instructions on how to view your print credit balance are available here.
We hope our patrons find this service convenient and request everyone please print responsibly. Thank you! Click here to print this page.
Copy services are available to all patrons.
Have a laptop, Ipad, Iphone or other device you want to print from? Use our Quick Print stations!
What you need to use the Quick Print service:
Where are the Quick Print stations?
How do I use the Quick Print service? There are several options to print using this station.
Save the content to a flash drive and then print from the flash drive at the station
Email the content to yourself or store in an internet accessible area, then access the files from the Quick Print Station for printing
IMPORTANT NOTICE – when you are done printing select the “I’M DONE” icon. This icon will ensure all your data is completely removed from the workstation before someone else uses the service.
Did you know you can scan items and send them via email at no cost? It's a great, eco friendly, free service compared to standard copying!
To scan to email:
Faxing is available to the public at no charge.
Faxing out is allowed. There is no faxing to the library.
For large fax needs please visit a local print shop.
The High Plains Library District is committed to making sure taxpayer funds are used as effectively and efficiently as possible. As part of the replacement project for the public printers a cost anaylsis was completed that revealed the cost and resources required to support the payment systems are higher than offering a limited number of prints at no charge. Coin op, credit card and other payment systems cost money to purchase, install, upgrade, support and maintain. For example, High Plains obtained a bid for a replacement money handling system. The initial purchase cost of the system was equivalent to printing at our current volume for 10 years!
Based on this cost evaluation High Plains is testing a limited print and copy offering. The final results of this test, including a decision whether it’s financially appropriate and well received by the public, will be determined by mid year 2013.
Comments or Questions? Let us know what you think.