Columbus Day

October 11, 2004

This schedule will be in effect today for the Columbus Day holiday:

Anne Arundel County

County offices: open

Courts: closed

Libraries: open

Public schools: open

Trash: normal pickup

Annapolis

City offices: open

Courts: closed

Parking meters: feed

Trash: normal pickup

Baltimore

City offices: closed

Courts: closed

Libraries: closed

Parking meters: feed

Public schools: open

Trash: no pickup of trash and recyclables

Baltimore County

County offices: closed

Courts: closed

Libraries: closed

Parking meters: feed

Public schools: open

Trash: normal pickup

Carroll County

County offices: closed

Courts: closed

Libraries: open

Public schools: open

Senior centers: closed

Trash: ask contractor

Landfill: open

Frederick County

County offices: closed

Courts: closed

Libraries: open

Public schools: half-day

Trash: ask contractor

Harford County

County offices: open

Courts: closed

Libraries: closed

Public schools: open

Trash: ask contractor

Howard County

County offices: closed

Courts: closed

Libraries: closed

Parking meters: feed

Public schools: open

Trash: normal pickup

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

MVA offices: closed

VEIP stations: closed

MTA buses: regular service

MTA commuter buses: Limited service. Check the MTA Web site, www.mtamaryland.com, for information on a route or call 410-539-5000.

Subway (Metro): regular service

Light rail: regular schedule

MARC: holiday schedule

Mobility: regular schedule

MTA Information services: open 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Certification office: closed

MTA Transit Store: closed

B&O Railroad Museum: closed

The Baltimore Museum of Art: closed

Walters Art Museum: closed

Port Discovery: closed

National Aquarium: open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Science Center: closed

Zoo: open 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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