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Use your library card to borrow from 70 libraries in CA and NV

October 9, 2020

Not finding what you are looking for at your local library? Try LINK+, a free resource sharing service that allows Sonoma County Library cardholders to access to more than nine million titles from over 70 participating libraries in California and Nevada. All you have to do is search for and select your item in the LINK+ Catalog, choose Sonoma County from the list of libraries and select your preferred curbside pickup location. Books, DVDs, music CDs, audiobooks and more may be borrowed from participating libraries.

Sonoma County Library began offering LINK+ in July 2019 but the service was put on pause earlier this year due to the pandemic.

“We’re thrilled that LINK+ is back in service, making millions of additional items available for check out,” said Sonoma County Library Collection Services Division Manager Jaime Anderson. “LINK+ expands on the spirit of libraries to freely share resources and greatly benefits our patrons.”

Sonoma County Library takes great precautions with deliveries outside the system—LINK+ materials are quarantined for seven days before they are moved on to patrons, just like book drop returns. Up to three LINK+ holds may be placed at a time. 

Explore a new world of books and media today with LINK+, and visit for more information on curbside services offered at your local library.