We have a scanner which faxes, scans to email, to usb, to cloud services. You can scan to USB (bring your own). You can scan to your email. You can scan to your Google Drive/Dropbox/OneDrive. You can scan to your phone. You can use the scanner to fax! Quick scan to fax with email confirmation, no need to wait for old-fashioned fax dial tones. It’s an easy to use touchscreen scanner that allows you to scan as different formats or adjust the scan before sending. The next time you have need to scan a document, consider doing it at the library!
Print to the Library
Home Computer – WiFi – Smartphone – Mobile Device Send print jobs from anywhere you have an Internet connection to the library’s printer.
B&W – $0.15 per page Color – $0.50 per page We can print 8.5” x 11” and 8.5” x 14″ (Legal Sized).
There are three ways you can print to our printers:
3. Use the Public Print Locations App Download the free app from Google Play or Apple App Store. Apple Android
The Cliffside Park Public Library stands to provide equal access to all. The library offers designated handicapped parking spots in the municipal complex parking lot (access from Palisade Avenue). There is a ramp located near these parking spaces that leads to the ADA accessible front door. There is a handicapped accessible restroom as well as a lift to take patrons between the lower, main and loft levels. Staff is also on hand to aide in retrieving materials.
For attendees of library meetings and programs needing sign language interpretation or translation, please email the director, Stephanie Bellucci at [email protected]
The mission of the Cliffside Park Public Library is to provide quality services, resources, and lifelong learning opportunities through books and a variety of other formats to meet the informational, educational, cultural and recreational needs and interests of its diverse and changing population.
The Library is a forum for all points of view and adheres to the principles of intellectual freedom as expressed in the Library Bill of Rights formulated by the American Library Association.