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Check out a state park pass at your local library


California State Parks and the California State Library announced an additional opportunity to advance safe and equitable outdoor access to all Californians. You will now be able to check out a CA State Library Parks Pass at your local Library branch The new pass will allow free vehicle day use entry at more than 200 participating state park units.

Library card holders will be able to check out the pass for two weeks, then return the pass to the library for others to use. The pass is valid for entry of one passenger vehicle with capacity of nine people or less or one highway licensed motorcycle at participating state park units. The pass is not renewable, but passes can be put on hold and there are no fines associated with the pass.

You may also be interested in two other CA State Library programs – the California State Park Adventure Pass program provides free day-use passes for fourth graders and their families, and the Golden Bear Pass Program lets families whoreceive CalWORKs get a free annual, vehicle day-use pass valid at 200+ state parks. More information about both of these programs can be found at parks.ca.gov/CaliforniaOutdoorsForAll.

This is just one of the many new programs our Plumas County Library system is doing. Check out other new programs and databases like Palace Project, GetSetUp, and more, as well as expansions on our current programs like Zip Books atwww.plumascounty.us/546.

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