Labor Day Schedule for City of Alexandria

Libraries are closed from Sept. 1-3. Trash will not be picked up on Monday and scheduled pickup will be delayed one day during the week of Sept. 3.

City of Alexandria government offices will be closed on Monday in observance of the Labor Day holiday.

Following is a schedule of city services provided by the city affected by the holiday schedule:

Health Facilities: The Alexandria Health Department, 4480 King St.; the Flora Krause Casey Health Center, 1200 N. Howard St.; and the Teen Wellness Center at at 3330 King St. will be closed.

Hotlines: All emergency hotlines operate 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, including the child protective services hotline at 703-746-5800; the domestic violence hotline, 703-746-4911; the emergency services for mental health or substance abuse crisis hotline, 703-746-3401; and the sexual assault hotline, 703-683-7273.

Libraries: All Alexandria library branches will be closed from Sept. 1-3.

Parking: On Sept. 3, the Alexandria Police Department will suspend enforcement of parking restrictions at metered spaces, as well as time restrictions in residential permit parking districts and other areas with signed parking time limits.

Recreation Centers: The Chinquapin Park Recreation Center will be open from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sept. 3. All other City recreation centers will be closed.
Refuse Collection: Residential trash and recycling will not be collected on Sept. 3. Scheduled collections will be delayed by one day during the week of Sept. 3. The household hazardous waste and electronics recycling collection site will be open on Sept. 1 and closed on Sept. 3.
State Offices: The following Commonwealth of Virginia offices located in Alexandria will be closed on Sept. 3: the Circuit, General District, and Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Courts, the Clerk of Court Office and the DMV Office at 2681 Mill Rd.
Transit: Alexandria Transit Company’s DASH bus service will operate on a Sunday schedule on Sept. 3.


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