While the Kilauea lava flow advances into Pahoa Village on the Big Island, the Pahoa Public & School Library will remain open as long as conditions remain safe, announced State Librarian Richard Burns.
The Library, located on the campus of Pahoa High and Intermediate School, provides materials, reference services, programs, public computers and free wireless Internet access to the Pahoa community as well as the public, charter, and private schools in the area.
During this critical time, the Library will offer free after hours Wi-Fi service that will be accessible 24/7 as far as the signal extends beyond the perimeter of the building. In addition, Mountain View Public and School Library and Keaau Public and School Library will also offer this free Wi-Fi access for area residents. Wi-Fi users are advised to connect to the “HSPLS-Lava” network.