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What’s closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Jan. 17, in the LA area

LA Daily News logo LA Daily News 1/13/2022 Holly Andres, Los Angeles Daily News
Riverside’s Civil Rights Walk, including this statue of Martin Luther King Jr., is among the sites on a self-guided tour of downtown called Discovery Days. The free event takes place Aug. 28 and again Sept. 25. © David Allen/Los Angeles Daily News/TNS Riverside’s Civil Rights Walk, including this statue of Martin Luther King Jr., is among the sites on a self-guided tour of downtown called Discovery Days. The free event takes place Aug. 28 and again Sept. 25.

Government offices — Los Angeles city and county, national and state — and courts (www.lacourt.org/holiday/ui/index.aspx), libraries (www.lapl.org/holiday-closures; https://lacounty.gov/government/about-la-county/county-holidays) and schools are normally closed for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday.

Here is a sampling of other services that are closed, have an altered service or are on a regular schedule on Jan. 17.

Banks: Closed, as are New York Stock Exchange markets (www.nyse.com/markets/hours-calendars).

Mail: The U.S. Postal Service does not deliver mail or packages and post offices are closed. about.usps.com/newsroom/events/

Transit: Buses and subway services in Los Angeles run on a regular schedule (www.metro.net). For example, the G Line (formerly the Orange Line) schedule is here: bit.ly/3GWS2k4. Metrolink trains also run on a regular schedule (www.metrolinktrains.com; holiday schedule 2022 here: bit.ly/3bo3uHF).

Trash: Pickup is on a regular schedule in Los Angeles (more information on Los Angeles Sanitation and Environment, 800-773-2489; click on What We Do, then Collection, and then see Holiday Trash Collection here: www.lacitysan.org). Trash pickup will also be on a regular schedule in the cities of Calabasas (www.wm.com/us/local/ca/calabasas/residential); Burbank (818-238-3800; bit.ly/3yvi8r3) and Glendale (818-548-3916; bit.ly/3p1In2D).

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