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Government closures, hours for Labor Day

Palo Alto garbage collection is following normal schedule

Here's a list of Labor Day service closures and changes:

City of Palo Alto offices: Closed

Garbage pickup: All collection services will remain the same for Labor Day and the rest of the week.

Library: All branches will be closed.

Parks: Open

Police, fire: Active patrols and response teams are operational; records and administrative services are closed.

Utilities Office is closed; call for emergency services

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Schools

Palo Alto Unified School District administration and schools: Closed

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Federal, state offices: All offices are closed

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U.S. Postal Service: No mail deliveries. All Palo Alto offices will be closed.

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Transportation

Palo Alto Shuttle: No service

Caltrain: Service will operate on the Sunday schedule. See caltrain.com.

SamTrans: Service will operate on the Sunday schedule. See samtrans.com.

Stanford Marguerite: Limited service. The only routes operating will be Line EB, Line HD, Medical Center, Medical Center: Holiday, Shopping Express: Special, and Line W.

VTA: Buses operate on the Sunday schedule.

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