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Closures for Washington’s Birthday

by ARLnow.com — February 14, 2013 at 3:45 pm 471 12 Comments

George WashingtonSchools and Arlington County government offices will be closed for Washington’s Birthday on Monday.

Also called Presidents Day, the holiday marks the end of a string of winter federal holidays. The next federal holiday is Memorial Day, on May 27.

In Arlington, all courts, schools, libraries and county offices will be closed. All community centers will be closed, with the exception of the Barcroft Community Center, which will be open from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

The Wakefield, Washington-Lee and Yorktown pools will be open on a holiday schedule. Monday marks the last day before the pools start their spring schedule.

ART buses will operate on a holiday schedule. Metrorail and buses will operate on a Saturday schedule. Parking meters will not be enforced.

Trash and recycling collection will proceed as normal.

  • CrystalMikey

    Oh yeah, here comes the holiday drought…all the way until Memorial Day.

    • Pentagon Puppy

      Come April, I’ll be getting an unpaid holiday each week!

    • cyclist

      May 17 is Bike to Work Day.

    • Tumblebum

      Nay, I say. Arbor Day is April 26th. Big time celebration. Unless, of course, a meteor explodes over Clarendon and ruins everything.

  • IggyPop

    Legally, it’s “George Washington Day”.

    We also forgot a legal announcement for Jackson-Jefferson day in January.

    • nom de guerre

      I’m guessing that you mean Lee-Jackson Day.

  • Mary

    Thank you so much for calling the holiday by its official name.

  • Mike

    “President’s Day – what a ripoff!”

    - Homer (Simpson)

  • VisitArrakis

    Technically its George Washington’s “BIRTDAY”

  • bobbytiger

    OK, that’s it. I’m getting a government job..

    • Mother Jones

      You should just get a union.

  • Charles

    They need to make Earth Day (April 22) a federal holiday. That would take care of the drought.

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