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Public Internet Access: South Burlington Community Library
540 Dorset Street
South Burlington, VT 05403
A typical road in Vermont, Dorset Street is a stretcher. And if you're walking you will come to appreciate sidewalks as this is one of the "safer" roads in this part of South Burlington.
Unfortunately, driving is a bit of a challenge as this library is also connected to South Burlington High School and therefore guest parking is limited. So the bus and the leather shoe express are really your best options for getting out there.-
Number of Computers
There are ten computers open to residents of South Burlington and students of South Burlington High School. One computer is available to non-residents.
How To Get On the Internet
Similar to the procedures of the libraries mentioned, South Burlington Community Library uses an automated monitoring system.
There is a one hour time limit for residents of South Burlington. Only the librarian can give permission to extend that time. Non-residents have an enforced time limit of one half hour.
Persons under the age of eighteen are not permitted to use the Internet access computers in the Adult Readin room, so if you're traveling with your kids you may wish to send them to the Fletcher Free Library.
Net Junky Protip: This is a library that is connected to a high school. As in a place where minors and people who protect those minors congregate. Don't act like an idiot here and don't do anything that draws any kind of unwanted legal attention, because it would be similar to going into a government building and making gun trigger gestures to a security guard.