Like most federal and state offerings, the City of Philadelphia will close all offices for the Labor Day holiday Monday, according to the Office of the City Representative.
Other services are similarly curtailed.
Streets Commissioner Clarena Tolson said trash and recyclables will not be collected Monday. Residents who have collection set Monday will instead operate on a Tuesday schedule. All other residents will be pushed back one day.
Additional offices closed on Monday include:
- City District Health Centers
- All branch offices of the Department of Licenses and Inspections
- North and Northeast Municipal Service Centers
- Marriage License Bureau
- All Department of Recreation facilities
- The Free Library of Philadelphia and all of its branches
- Executive offices of the Philadelphia Parking Authority, as well as its Violations branch
City police and fire stations will fully function. The Municipal Court’s Arraignment Court at the Criminal Justice Center, 1301 Filbert St., will be open, as well.
Visit phila.gov for more information.