Technology LBPL cardholders have access to public computers with internet, Microsoft Office, and printing. Access is on a first come basis and is limited to 60 minutes per day.
Mobile Printing Send and print documents from any smartphone, tablet or laptop and pick them up at the print release station. Use one of the mobile apps or email your document to the printer.
Facility Rental The community meeting room has a capacity of 90 and is available on a rental basis. History The Dana Library started as California Heights Station in 1928 at 913 Wardlow Road. The library moved to its present location in May 1958. Dana Neighborhood Library was dedicated to Richard Henry Dana Jr., who sailed out of Boston on the Pilgrim to the California coast and later wrote Two Years Before the Mast.