Caption: A juror makes use of the free wireless Internet in the Municipal Court Jury Assembly Room.
The city of Phoenix offers filtered wireless Internet service to visitors at various city facilities, including Phoenix City Hall, Municipal Court Jury Assembly Room, City Council Chambers and some community centers and libraries.
Here are some things you should know about using the service at these facilities:
- Users must have an 802.11 b/g wireless network interface card installed and configured in their laptop, PDA or other wireless device to access the wireless public Internet.
- The service provided is an amenity to the public – please be aware that use of it is at your own risk.
- When using the wireless public Internet, you will need to provide your own power source. Electrical outlets are not available.
- City staff are not available to provide technical assistance.
View the city's Wireless Public Internet Brochure (PDF) for additional information you should know to use the public Internet.