Presidents' Day closings
Presidents' Day is Monday. Here is a list of closings in observance of the holiday:
• Allegheny County, state and federal offices and courts.
• Post offices, no mail pickup or delivery. (Express Mail will be delivered.)
• Most schools.
• State liquor stores and most banks. (Some branches in supermarkets will be open.)
• The Port Authority's Downtown Service Center on Smithfield Street, though buses will operate on a regular weekday schedule. The customer service phone line will be in operation from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at 412-255-1356.
Note: City of Pittsburgh offices will be open, and trash collection will follow the regular schedule.
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