Presidents Day 2022: Here’s what’s open, closed for the holiday

Presidents Day is Monday (Feb. 21), and the federal holiday — which is technically called Washington’s Birthday — will bring some noteworthy closings and schedule changes.

Banks, post offices, state offices:

  • Post offices will be closed.
  • Most banks will be closed. TD Bank will be open.
  • State government services are generally closed, such as DMV centers.

Public schools:

County libraries, recreation centers, parks:

Public transit:

  • Fairfax Connector buses will operate on a holiday weekday service plan. Check here for operating routes.
  • Fairfax CUE service will operate on a modified weekday service.
  • WMATA Metrorail service will operate on a “Saturday Supplemental” schedule from 5 a.m. until midnight on Presidents Day. On the weekend leading up to the holiday, it will run from 7 a.m. Saturday to 1 a.m. Sunday and 5 a.m. Sunday through midnight.
  • WMATA Metrobus will operate on a Saturday service schedule for the holiday.

Fairfax County government:

County trash and recycling:

  • There will be no change in the county’s trash and recycling collection, but private haulers may have different schedules.
  • County Public Works and Environmental Services administrative offices will closed.
  • The recycling and disposal centers at the I-66 Transfer Station and I-95 Landfill Complex will be open.

Town of Herndon recreation and services:

Town of Vienna:

  • Vienna’s town hall will be closed, but the community center will follow modified hours of 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. with special hours for its drop-in gym.
  • Regular waste collection will take place.

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