Columbus Day

October 07, 2001

This schedule will be in effect in the Baltimore area tomorrow:

Anne Arundel County

County offices -- open

Courts -- closed

Libraries -- open

Public schools -- open

Trash removal pickup, sites -- open

Annapolis

City offices -- open

Parking meters -- feed

Trash removal -- pickup

Baltimore

City offices -- closed

Courts -- closed

Libraries -- closed

Parking meters -- feed

Public schools -- open

Trash removal -- no pickup, stations closed

Baltimore County

County offices -- closed

Courts -- closed

Libraries -- closed

Parking meters -- feed

Public schools -- open

Trash removal -- regular pickup, sites open

Carroll County

County offices -- closed

Courts -- closed

Libraries -- open

Public schools -- open

Northern Landfill -- open

Senior Centers -- closed

Frederick County

County offices -- closed

Courts -- closed

Libraries -- closed

Public schools -- open

Harford County

County offices -- open

Courts -- closed

Libraries -- open

Public schools -- open

Trash removal -- ask contractor

Howard County

County offices -- closed

Courts -- closed

Libraries -- closed

Public schools -- open

Trash removal -- pickups, landfills open, office closed

Other services, attractions

Banks, S&Ls -- closed

Federal offices -- closed

Federal courts -- closed

Postal service -- No home delivery, special and express mail delivery only

State offices -- closed

MVA offices -- closed

VEIP Stations -- closed

MTA offices, certification -- closed

MTA buses -- Regular schedule

Commuter buses -- Designated holiday service

Baltimore subway (Metro) -- Regular schedule.

Light rail -- Regular service

MARC service -- Scheduled "S" service only

Mobility -- Regular service

Museum of Art -- closed, every Monday

B&O Museum -- open

Walters Art Gallery -- closed, every Monday

Port Discovery -- open

National Aquarium -- open

Science Center -- open

Baltimore Museum of Industry -- open

Zoo -- open

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