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We have desktop computers available for you to use at both our Jensen Lakes Library location and our Downtown Library location (located on both the main and second floors of the Downtown Library). You do not need a St. Albert Public Library Card to access the desktop stations.

laptop lending locker


Chromebooks are also available for in-library use for up to 4 hours at a time at the Downtown Library location, using the self-serve Laptop Lending Locker on the second floor of the Downtown Library. Chromebooks can be used anywhere in the library. A library card is required to borrow a Chromebook; if you do not have a library card, you can still use one of the desktop stations.


Wireless Network

Free wireless access is available throughout the building. Choose SAPL WiFi as your wifi connection.


The Library offers both colour and black and white printing. Black and white printing is $0.20 per page and colour printing is $0.50 per page. At the downtown location; you can pay with Debit/Credit; The system with do a Pre-Auth of $20.00 on your debit/credit card.  On your statement it will show a payment to SH VENDING8003620026 RICHMOND HILL ON.

The library also offers mobile printing from non-library devices.  This is single sided black and white printing at 8.5"x11".

How to use mobile printing

To use mobile printing go to https://print.sapl.ca on your mobile device.

To Login with use the following credentials

  • username: printdt
  • password: print
and upload the document you want to print. Then go to the 2nd floor service desk to get your job released.


Public Internet Access Policy

The Library has no control over the information accessed through the Internet and is not responsible for its content. The Internet provides resources for all age levels and reflects many points of view. Patrons should be aware that not all sources give accurate, complete or age-appropriate information.

Parents or guardians of minors are responsible for monitoring their children while they use the Internet.

The Internet workstations do not have content filters and all members of the public, including children, have access to them.

St. Albert Public Library is not responsible for any patron misuse of copyrighted materials or violation of software licensing agreements. Illegal use of the Internet may constitute a criminal offence for which the patron will bear sole responsibility.

Users are responsible for any commercial transactions made while using the Library's Internet connection.

The St. Albert Public Library supports the Canadian Library Association's Statement on Intellectual Freedom.