Many businesses and government offices will close or operate on a holiday schedule Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2015, to observe Veterans Day.
Many businesses and public services will be closed or operating on a different schedule Wednesday to observe Veterans Day, a federal holiday. Here’s a guide to what’s open, closed or running with different hours:
• Most government offices: Closed. Exceptions include health-and-safety workers.
• Schools and public libraries: Closed.
• Post offices: Closed. There will be no home mail delivery, except express mail.
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• Most banks and credit unions: Closed, though some in-store branches will be open.
• Washington State Ferries: Run on regular schedules.
• Most Metro Transit buses: Operate on reduced schedules.
• On-street parking: Free in Seattle.
• Most liquor stores: Open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., and contract stores may also be open.
• Many facilities run by Seattle’s Parks and Recreation: Closed, such as community centers and indoor swimming pools. But boat ramps, a handful of golf courses and Amy Yee Tennis Center will be open and operating on regular schedules.