FAIRFIELD — The city is adding Wi-Fi to several of its buildings to keep up with the technology needs of its residents.
Fairfield’s Information Technology Division set up the hot spots last week to allow visitors free access to the Internet.
Those locations include City Hall, the City Council Chamber, the Police Department and the Aquatics Center. Those with eligible devices can connect to “Fairfield Public Wi-Fi” for up to an hour, before having to reconnect.
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