Government offices, other services, to close for Thanksgiving

Courts and all San Diego city, county and state offices will be closed Thursday in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.

Libraries, recreation centers and pools in San Diego will be closed, but skate parks will be open. The Torrey Pines, Balboa Park and Mission Bay golf courses will be open until 3 p.m., but holiday rates will apply.

San Diego County branch libraries will be closed tomorrow and Friday, but resume regular hours over the weekend.

Offices, libraries and recreation facilities in Chula Vista will be closed Thursday and Friday for Thanksgiving.

Balboa Park will be open, but all public buildings and museums will be closed. However, the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center and the San Diego Zoo will be open.

There will be no mail delivery.

Garbage pickups in the city of San Diego and Chula Vista will be delayed one day throughout the remainder of the week. Garbage and recycling collection will return to the normal schedule on Monday.

Related posts:

  1. Government offices and courts closed for Labor Day
  2. Holiday closures
  3. Budget Cuts: Assessors offices will be closed
  4. MLK holiday closures
  5. President’s Day holiday closures

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