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Harford County expands free public Wi-Fi to 5 county parking lots

Harford County residents can get free Internet access from the parking lots at five county buildings where public Wi-Fi has been expanded in response to the statewide shutdown of businesses, schools and other public facilities due to COVID-19. 

Although county buildings remain generally closed to the public, the Harford County Office of Information & Communication Technology installed external Wi-Fi access points at the Agricultural Center in Street, Churchville Recreational Center’s Level Building, Fallston Activity Center, McFaul Activities Center in Bel Air, and the Havre de Grace Senior Center. Passwords are not required, but users must agree to standard terms before proceeding to the Internet. Signals will be strongest closer to the buildings.

Free public Wi-Fi is also available in the parking lots at all 11 branches of Harford County Public Library and the library administration building in Belcamp.


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