Frequently Asked Questions

Can I print at the library?

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In-Library Printing

All 19 libraries offer printing from our public computers. The cost is $0.10 per page for black and white, $0.50 per page for color. 

There are also express computers located at the Belle Isle Library, the Downtown Library, the Midwest City Library, and the Southern Oaks Library that allow anyone with a library card or an internet guest pass to sign up for a 15-minute session when the computer is available, and printing from one of these computers works like it does for all other library computers.

Mobile and Offsite Printing

You can now print virtually any document or webpage from your Internet-connected desktop, laptop, or mobile device to a library printer by uploading your print job through the PrinterOn website. To retrieve your job, just enter your email address at the print release terminal at your library.


Upload Through PrinterOn Website

Print a webpage or a document from your desktop, laptop, or mobile device.

  1. Select your neighborhood library below (this is the library at which you will pick up your print job) and click on the PrinterOn link:

Almonte Library

Luther Library

Belle Isle Library

Midwest City Library

Bethany Library

Nicoma Park Library

Capitol Hill Library

Northwest Library

Choctaw Library

Ralph Ellison Library

Del City Library

Southern Oaks Library

Downtown Library

Village Library

Edmond Library

Warr Acres Library

Harrah Library

Wright Library

Jones Library



Use PrinterOn App

Print photos and webpages easily with the PrinterOn app. View PrinterOn's webpage for a list of compatible devices.

  1. Visit your mobile device's app store.
  2. Search for PrinterOn and install the free PrinterOn app.
  3. Open the app and configure your printer settings by clicking on the No Printer Selected button.
  4. Use the location or search feature to find your library.
  5. Once you've located your library, tap on the location icon which will redirect you to the library's PrinterOn page. To save this location for future use, tap the Save button. Then, use the Back button until you are at the app's homepage.
  6. Tap the No Printer Selected button to see a list of your newly saved locations. Tap your library and you will be redirected to the app's homepage.
  7. Tap on Photos to send photos or tap Web to print webpages and files.
  8. Once you're ready to print, click the Printer icon.
  9. Update any page settings and select the number of pages to print.
  10. Tap the Print button.
  11. Enter your email address and finalize your print job.
  12. View your Print History to view details about your print job and receive release codes.
  13. To retrieve your job, visit the print release terminal at your library.  Simply enter your email address to retrieve your print(s).