Digital Access

Digital Equity Response Program

Access free wi-fi mobile hotspots through the Sacramento Public Library

Free wi-fi mobile hotspots are available to eligible residents impacted by COVID-19. Residents wanting to access these hotspots can apply by December 30 to get a hotspot to keep for free (which includes one year of free service) or they can check one out of the library to use for up to six weeks. These devices can transmit Wi-Fi from the car, a park or anywhere the device goes.


There is free Wi-fi available to visitors in select parks throughout the City of Sacramento. Wi-Fi access to City Parks will be available during standard park operating hours: sunrise to sunset. 

View a complete list of the parks and their WiFi activation timelines.

The following list of digital literacy programs are offered on-line for free

Learn My Way

Website of free online courses, built by Good Things Foundation to help people develop their digital skills. 

GCF Learn Free

Free online educational website focusing on technology, job training, reading, and math skills. The site is a program of Goodwill International of Eastern NC Inc. and the Goodwill Community Foundation Inc.  Multi-language lessons are available.

Microsoft Digital Literacy

Microsoft Digital Literacy provides basic lessons on the  fundamentals of using digital technologies.


Funded by the Federal Communications Commission this site has links to resources and on-line tools  

  • Computer & Internet Basics -Learn how to set up an email account, navigate the internet and leverage the power of technology.
  • Online Learning Resources -Explore online courses and educational content for adults and K-12 students. 
  • Online Employment Resources- Access job search sites and learn about careers in the technology sector. 
  • Health & Wellness -Discover online resources that help you stay healthy. 
  • Managing Finances Online -Access tools to help you protect and manage your finances online.