Mobile Printing at Anythink


You can print directly from your laptop or mobile device and pick it up at your local Anythink. Here are three ways you can print your files at Anythink:  

  1. Visit to choose a printer and upload your file.  
  2. Download the free “ePRINTit Public Print Locations” app on your phone or tablet. Search for “Anythink” to see a list of available printers.  
  3. Forward an email with your file attached to one of the email addresses below. Visit the kiosk at the printer and enter the first portion of your email address (everything before the @ symbol) to select the files you’d like printed.  


Black-and-white prints:

Color prints:  


  • Black and white: 10 cents per page 
  • Color: 10 cents per page  
  • Résumés and job applications: Free to print – see a staff member for details. 

Free printing now available! All customers receive a $5 daily credit for printing, assigned to your library card. Please note that this credit is not cumulative and will reset daily. If you're printing from your own device, you will need to input your Anythink card number in the user info box so that the system can link your $5 daily credit to your print job.

If you’ve surpassed the $5 daily credit for printing and are paying with a debit or credit card, the system will place a temporary $5 hold on your account until the print cost totals clear. This can take 24-48 hours, and charges will appear on your account as “Nayax copy services.”  


This policy refers to the use of public computers in the Rangeview Library District branches. The policy was adopted by the Board of Trustees on February 20, 2008.

Rangeview Library District

Internet Policy


The Rangeview Library District provides access to the Internet as an information service to its customers. Internet resources accessible through the Library are provided to users, with the understanding that it is the individual user’s responsibility to demonstrate judgment, respect for others and appropriate conduct while using Library resources and facilities.

Parents or legal guardians are responsible for making decisions with their children about appropriate use of the Internet. To address issues of safety and security of minors when using electronic mail, chat rooms, and other forms of electronic communication, parents and guardians should urge minors to follow basic safety guidelines: never give out personal information (name, address, phone number, etc.), never arrange via a computer to meet someone, and never respond to messages that are threatening or suggestive, remembering that people online may not be who they say they are.

In compliance of state and federal laws (HB 04-1004 Internet Protection in Public Libraries; C.R. S. 24-90-601-606 and Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA), Pub. L. No. 106-554), Rangeview Library District filters all children’s computers within the district. Internet computers will not be used for illegal activity, to access illegal materials, or to access materials that by local community standards would be considered obscene.

Internet computers will not be used for hacking or spreading computer viruses. Violation of this policy may result in being asked to leave the Library, suspension of library privileges or legal action.