Remote Printing Services

Patrons who need to print a document or file during the library’s closure may email their request to the library:

  1. Draft an email to print@mcl.org.

  2. Use the subject [Branch Name] [Your Name] print job – i.e. West Windsor Joe Smith Print Job.

  3. Indicate in the body if you wish to have black and white or color prints and the number of copies.

  4. Include your name and a contact phone number so we may contact you regarding a pick-up time.

  5. Attach the documents and send.

There is a 50-page limit for black-and-white prints and a 10-page limit for color prints.

Printing costs are $0.10 per page for black and white and $0.50 per page for color. Exact change is required at time of pick-up.

Library staff will check the print email periodically during business hours. After you submit a print job request, a staff member will contact you regarding any questions about the print job and to schedule a pick-up time.

Branches Available for Pick-Up

Branch Address Link to Directions
Ewing 61 Scotch Road, Ewing NJ 08628 Directions
Hickory Corner 138 Hickory Corner Road, East Windsor NJ 08520 Directions
Hightstown 114 Franklin Street, Hightstown NJ 08520 Directions
Hopewell 245 Pennington-Titusville Road, Pennington NJ 08534 Directions
Lawrence 2751 Brunswick Pike, Lawrence Township NJ 08648 Directions
Robbinsville 42 Robbinsville-Allentown Road, Robbinsville NJ 08691 Directions
Twin Rivers 276 Abbington Drive, East Windsor NJ 08520 Drections
West Windsor 333 North Post Road, Princeton Junction NJ 08550 Drections

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