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Phoenix's focus on digital equity ensures students have 13 hours of internet access a day to participate in distance learning and navigate online tools. Phoenix City Council approved the installation of Wi-Fi antennas on city-owned, public facilities in May through the Federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.Where can I find free WiFi in Phoenix?
Free Wi-Fi is available daily from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. at participating locations. Wi-Fi users may walk up to connect outside of the city building, while others may drive into the parking to connect from their car.Can you print from a printer at a library?
<div class="ExternalClass8D15FC451A4D4C92A9BA5A7368257EBF"><p>Print any document or web page virtually from your Internet-connected device to a printer at one of the library locations below.<br>There is no charge for printing.<br></p><p>Before visiting the library, access the link below, and follow the instructions provided.