Labor Day

September 04, 2004

This schedule will be in effect Monday for the Labor Day holiday:

Anne Arundel County

County offices: closed

Courts: closed

Libraries: closed

Schools: closed

Trash: no pickup

Annapolis

City offices: closed

Courts: closed

Parking meters: feed

Trash: no pickup

Baltimore

City offices: closed

Courts: closed

Libraries: closed

Parking meters: free

Public schools: closed

Trash: no pickup; landfills and transfer stations closed

Baltimore County

County offices: closed

Courts closed

Libraries: closed

Parking meters: free

Public schools: closed

Trash: no pickup

Carroll County

County offices: closed

Courts: closed

Libraries: closed

Public schools: closed

Senior centers: closed

Trash: ask contractor

Landfill: closed

Frederick County

County offices: closed

Courts: closed

Libraries: closed

Public schools: closed

Trash: ask contractor

Harford County

County offices: closed

Courts: closed

Libraries: closed

Public schools: closed

Trash: ask contractor

Howard County

County offices: closed

Courts: closed

Public schools: closed

Libraries: closed

Trash: no trash and recycling pickup; landfill closed.

Parking meters: free

Transit

MTA buses: Sunday schedule

MTA commuter buses: no service

Subway (Metro): holiday schedule, 6 a.m. to midnight

Light Rail: extended schedule, 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday and Monday, State Fair

MARC: no service

Mobility: no service

MTA Information: service closed

Certification office: closed

MTA Transit Store: closed

Other services, attractions

Banks, S&Ls: closed

Federal offices: closed

Federal courts: closed

Post office: closed; special delivery and express mail delivery only

State offices: closed

VEIP stations: closed

B&O Railroad Museum: closed

Museum of Art: closed

Walters Art Museum: closed

Port Discovery: open

National Aquarium: open

Science Center: open

Baltimore Museum of Industry: open

Zoo: open

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