Government offices, banks and schools will be closed Monday, Sept. 7, for Labor Day, but most stores and restaurants will be open.
Of note, Monday also is a holiday in Canada, so many businesses and services will be closed. Call ahead to check.
Here is a list of Whatcom County services and their status Monday:
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City of Bellingham and Whatcom County government offices — Closed.
Bellingham parking meters — Not enforced.
Bellingham and Whatcom County library branches — Closed.
Public schools, colleges and universities — Closed.
Postal service — No mail delivery.
Banks — Closed.
Garbage — Sanitary Service Co. and Nooksack Valley Disposal will pick up trash on regular schedule. However, trucks might be earlier than usual; customers are advised to set out their trash early. SSC and Nooksack Valley Disposal offices and the Bellingham Recycling Center/Transfer Station at F Street will be closed Monday.
Whatcom Transportation Authority — No buses running Monday.
The Bellingham Herald — Offices closed, regular newspaper delivery.
YMCA — Closed.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Whatcom County — Closed.
The Opportunity Council — Closed.
Bellis Fair — Open regular hours. Some anchor stores have longer hours for Labor Day sales.
Grocery stores — Most are open regular hours.
Movie theaters — Open.
Lynden Skateway — Closed.
For changes or additions to this list, email firstname.lastname@example.org by noon Friday, Sept. 4.