Holiday closures

Courts and all San Diego city, county and state offices will be closed tomorrow for Thanksgiving.

County, state and federal offices and courts will also be closed on Friday. San Diego city offices will be open on Friday.

There will be a one-day delay in trash, yard waste and curbside recycling collection in the city of San Diego. Garbage collection will return to its normal schedule on Monday.

Parking meters will not be enforced in San Diego and most cities in the county, except in Del Mar.

There will be no mail delivery Thursday and banks will be closed.

City and county libraries, community and recreation centers and city pools will be closed, but public parks and golf courses will stay open.

Courts and all San Diego city, county, state and federal government offices will resume normal schedules on Monday.

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  3. Trail lovers unite to fight closures
  4. Register to vote by Monday
  5. CV Parks and Recreation likely to weather cuts

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