Labor Day Closings and Transit Schedules

Government offices will be closed Monday to celebrate the holiday


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Montgomery County government offices and public schools will be closed Monday and some services pushed back a day to observe Labor Day.

Here’s a full list of closings and schedule changes:

County offices: Closed

Libraries: Closed

County liquor stores: All retail stores will be open from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

Recreation: Bethesda, Germantown, Western County, Wheaton/Glenmont and MLK outdoor aquatic facilities will be open from noon-6 p.m.

Olney Indoor Swim Center will be open normal hours and all other indoor aquatic facilities, as well as the Long Branch and Upper County outdoor pools, will be closed.

Administrative offices, senior centers and community centers are closed. 

Montgomery Parks: Most facilities are open during the holiday weekend. For operating schedules, visit the department’s website.

Ride On: Operating on a Sunday schedule

Metrobus: Operating on a Sunday schedule

Metrorail: Operating on a Sunday schedule.

TRiPS Commuter Stores in Silver Spring and Friendship Heights: Closed

Refuse/recycling pickup: There will be no trash or recycling collections Monday and collections will be conducted one day later than usual for the rest of the week. The last collection day will be Saturday, Sept. 10.

Transfer Station: Closed

Parking at public garages, lots, curbside meters: Free

MCPS schools and administrative offices: Closed

State offices and courts: Closed

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