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Posted at 3:40 PM ET, 02/20/2011

Presidents' Day closings

By Washington Post staff

You'll have to deal with a variety of closings on Presidents' Day.

Federal and local government offices and libraries will be closed everywhere on Monday, along with most banks. There will be no mail delivery (except for Express Mail). And courts will be closed for the holiday (except for adult arraignments and new juvenile referrals in the District).

Schools will be closed (except in Fairfax County, where students and teachers will make up a snow day).

You may also have to make adjustments to your commute:
-Go to our transportation page for details on Metro train times and station closures.
-Metrobus will provide modified Saturday service.
-MetroAccess will provide regular service.
-RideOn, PRTC OMNIRIDE and Loudoun Bus will provide modified holiday service.
-DASH will provide Saturday service.
-CUE will provide modified weekday service.
-Fairfax connector will provide weekday service.
-ART routes 41, 42, 51 and 87 will provide Saturday service.
-The Bus will provide modified service.
-MARC, VRE and MTA COMMUTER Bus will not operate.
-MTA Local Service will provide regular service.

Other restrictions vary around the area.

Traffic and parking:
-There will be no meter fees in the District.
-In Maryland, there will be no fees in Montgomery and Prince George's (except for the New Carrollton garage). You will have to pay fees in Anne Arundel and Howard.
-Holiday regulations are in effect in Virginia.

Trash, recycling:
-Pickups in the District will be delayed on day.
-There will be regular collections in Maryland and landfills will be open (except in Anne Arundel).
--In Virginia, regular collections are scheduled in Arlington and Fairfax Counties. Pickups will be delayed one day in Fairfax City and Alexandria. Landfills in Virginia will be open.

Liquor stores: Liquor stores will be open at the owners' discretion in the District, closed in Montgomery County and open in Virginia.

By Washington Post staff  | February 20, 2011; 3:40 PM ET
 
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