Is your home printer broken or out of ink? Do you need to print documents or photos from your phone when you’re away from home? Try our wireless printing service, ePRINTit.

  • Black & white: $0.10 per page

  • Color: $0.50 per page

  • Two-sided documents count as two pages

  • Maximum file size: 100 MB

  • Any password protected documents cannot be processed

  • Currently supported file types: .pdf, .jpg, .jpeg, .png, .gif, .bmp, .tif, .tiff, .doc, .docx, .ppt, .pptx, .xls, .xlsx, .html, .htm, .txt, .rtf, .pub, .odt, .odp, .ods, .xps

There are a couple of ways to send print jobs from your home computer, laptop, smartphones and other devices to FCL’s public printer.


The easiest option is to go to our ePRINTit page

  1. Upload your documents or photos to our printer by either selecting a file from your computer or dragging and dropping your file onto the page.
  2. You don’t need to type in your library card number in the field called “Guest Name/Card Number”. Just type your first name or your last name. You can’t use spaces.
  3. You can add your email address or add your mobile phone number to get either email or text confirmation of your print request.
  4. Once you’ve completed the form, click Submit at the bottom of the page.
  5. Your print job will be held in our print queue for 7 days and then it will be deleted.

You can also forward emails to ePRINTit


The easiest option is to forward emails to ePRINTit

There are also apps for both iOS and Android devices. The app is made by ePRINTit, and it is called Public Print Locations.

  • The initial configuration can bit a bit tricky because if you want to use the app to print things from your email account, Dropbox, etc., you’ll need to have your passwords for your accounts in order to give them permission to interact with the ePRINTit app.
  • The options Pictures and Files on the apps home screen are exceptions to that rule and will let you print photos and files/documents from your phone or tablet without asking for additional logins.
  • Here’s a PDF with info & screenshots about using the ePRINTit app.