Good Friday schedule

April 02, 2010|By Baltimore Sun staff

Anne Arundel County
• County offices: closed
• Courts: open
• Libraries: open
• Trash: regular pickup

Annapolis
• City offices: closed
• Courts: open
• Transit: Sunday service
• Parking meters: feed
• Trash: no pickup

Baltimore City
• City offices: closed
• Courts: open
• Libraries: closed
• Parking meters: feed
• Trash: no pickup; landfills and transfer stations closed

Baltimore County
• County offices: open
• Courts: open
• Libraries: open
• Parking meters: feed
• Transit: County ride open
• Trash: regular pickup

Carroll County
• County offices: closed
• Courts: open
• Libraries: closed
• Senior centers: closed
• Trash: ask contractor
• Landfill: open

Frederick County
• County offices: closed
• Courts: open
• Libraries: closed
• Transit: no service
• Trash: ask contractor

Harford County
• County offices: open
• Courts: open
• Libraries: closed
• Transit: open
• Trash: check with contractor
• Waste Disposal center: open
• Waste to Energy: open

Howard County
• County offices: closed
• Courts: open
• Meters: feed
• Libraries: closed
• Transit: regular schedule
• Trash: regular and recycle pickup; Landfill open

Transit
• MTA buses: regular schedule
• MTA commuter buses: regular schedule
• Subway (Metro): regular schedule
• Light rail: regular schedule
• MARC: regular schedule
• Mobility: regular schedule
• MTA information services: open
• Certification office: closed
• MTA Transit Store: open

Services
• Banks, S&Ls: open
• Federal offices: open
• Federal courts: open
• Post office: open
• State offices: open
• MVA offices: open
• VEIP stations: open

Attractions
• B&O Museum: open, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
• Baltimore Museum of Art: closed
• Walters Art Museum: closed
• Port Discovery: open
• National Aquarium: open, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
• Science Center: open, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
• Baltimore Museum of Industry: open, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
• Maryland Zoo in Baltimore: open, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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