A list of what's open, closed for Fourth of July holiday
Here’s a list of what’s open and closed on the Fourth of July holiday:
• Seattle street parking is free.
• In Seattle, garbage, food and yard waste, and recycling will be picked up on the regular schedule, according to the city’s website. Bellevue pickup also will be on a regular schedule.
• Most major banks and credit unions will be closed.
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• All United States post offices will be closed.
• All wading and indoor Seattle Parks and Recreation pools will be closed, but outdoor pools will be on a regular schedule.
• Seattle Parks and Recreation community centers will be closed.
• Seattle Public Library locations will be closed.
• Some grocery stores will close earlier than usual. Some chains will operate on regular schedules.
• Community Transit will offer no bus or DART paratransit service.
• Sound Transit and Everett Transit buses will operate on a Sunday schedule.
• Pierce Transit buses and shuttles will operate on a Sunday schedule, while customer service will be closed.
• King County Metro Transit bus routes will operate on a Sunday schedule with Sunday fares. Most of Metro’s commuter bus routes will not be in service. Customer service will be closed.
• The King County Water Taxi between downtown Seattle and West Seattle and free water-taxi shuttles will operate on a Sunday schedule.
• Sound Transit’s Route 550 will be rerouted from 10 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. because of the Bellevue Family 4th of July Festival. Route 554 will be rerouted from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for the Issaquah Down Home 4th of July Festival. Route 552 will be rerouted from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. for the Bothell Freedom Festival. Check online for changed stop locations.
• These ferries are on a holiday schedule: Point Defiance/Tahlequah, Fauntleroy/Vashon/Southworth and Seattle/Bainbridge. The rest are on regular schedules. Customers can expect added traffic on these routes: Anacortes/San Juans, Mukilteo/Clinton and Edmonds/Kingston. A parade in Kingston could crowd 12:20 and 1:10 p.m. sailings.