The library currently maintains 30 computers for public access. 10 of these are located in the children's and young adult areas and provide educational games, reference files and word processing capabilities. The remaining twenty computers are located in the adult area of the library and are capable of internet access as well as word processing functions. Computer use is on a first come, first serve basis - each person is allowed two 2-hour sessions per day.

Residents of Warren County are required to have a library card in order to access the computers. If you are unable to get a card, or simply visiting the area, Visitor's Passes may be obtained at the Reference Desk provided you show picture ID. Juveniles with library cards must have parental consent to use the computers.

Type your library card number in the first blank and your pin number in the second blank. If you have a visitor's pass, use the 12-digit number in the first blank, and the 4-digit number in the second blank.

Each computer has detailed instructions posted beside it for printing. Once you follow all of the steps, proceed to the Print Release Station (located behind the Adult Reference Desk) with your library card and your money. It costs 20 cents per page for black and white prints and 50 cents for color prints. You will need to enter the barcode on the back of your library card, your pin number, and pay the machine before your documents will print.

Yes - wifi is free and no access codes are necessary.

Yes - copies are $0.20 per page for black ink, $0.50 for colored ink.

You can send a fax using our self-serve fax machine, which accepts credit or debit cards for payment, or you may use cash to purchase a prepaid fax card from the circulation desk. Domestic fax fees are $1.75 for the 1st page, plus $1 per each subsequent page. International faxing fees are $3.95 for the 1st page, plus $3 per each subsequent page. We are unable to receive faxes for patrons.

Yes, patrons may scan documents using our public copier. Use of the scanner is free, we only require that you have use your own flashdrive for saving your scans. If you do not have a flashdrive, they are available for purchase at the Circulation desk for $5.

We have several notaries on staff. The service is free - please bring your photo ID and all parties must sign the document(s) in the notary’s presence.

Yes. Different educational institutions have different proctoring requirements, so please ask for more information about proctoring at the Adult Reference desk. Your school can also email us — .

Yes. Our microfilm reader is located behind the Adult Reference desk. Users can print from the reader (normal copying fees apply) or scan and save images to their own flash drives.

Yes. We keep yearbooks in storage; please ask at the Adult Reference desk if you would like to look at a yearbook. Because our yearbook collection consists entirely of donations, we do not have a complete collection. To view a list of yearbooks owned by the library, use the online catalog to do a subject browse for "yearbooks."

We have several meetings rooms available for reservation. Smaller groups may prefer our conference rooms, which can fit up to 8 people. The White Meeting Room can hold up to 150 people - this room can be divided into two smaller rooms that can hold up to 75 (A) and 35 (B), respectively. For information on the equipment available to each room, and to check the room's availability and reserve online, please follow this link. Rooms can booked up to two months in advance, with a limit of three reservations a week. We ask that those placing a reservation have a library card, and read over our Meeting Room Use Policy (PDF). Staff is happy to assist you and answer any questions about our meeting rooms in person or over the phone (540-635-3153). We have two quiet study rooms available on a first come, first serve basis.

Meeting rooms are free of charge to non-profits and organizations that support education and learning. For all other groups, there is an hourly charge with 15 - 30 minute increments prorated, dependent on the room you are using. The cost of each room is as follows:

Baxter-Bowling Conference Room - $10
Lou Benson & Naomi Salus Conference Room - $10
White Meeting Room A - $20
White Meeting Room B - $15
White Meeting Room Whole - $25
Computer Lab - $50

We carry federal tax forms for the current year during tax season. As soon as we receive the forms from the IRS, we put them in a spinner rack near the Adult Reference desk. We do not carry Virginia state tax forms, but they are usually available at the Warren County Commissioner of the Revenue’s office in the Warren County Government Center. You can also retrieve both federal and state tax forms for the current and previous tax years online. For a list of links to state and federal tax websites, follow this link.

Reply to the email confirmation you received. Alternatively, send an email detailing the reservation you wish to cancel (i.e. date, time, room) to .

No, the library does not lend these items, however patrons using one of our White meeting rooms may use the equipment for their respective needs.