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What’s open and what’s closed for Juneteenth

The Columbian

What’s open and what’s closed for Juneteenth:

  • MAIL: Closed Sunday and Monday. The postal unit at Shell, 1605 N.W. Sixth Ave., Camas, is open 5 a.m. to 2 a.m. every day of the year. No home delivery except Express Mail.
  • GARBAGE: Waste Connections, serving Vancouver and most of Clark County, is operating on its regular schedule. In Camas, normal Monday collections will be made Tuesday with Tuesday’s regular collections.
  • PUBLIC LIBRARIES: Closed Sunday.
  • COLLEGES: No Monday classes at Clark College or Washington State University Vancouver.
  • CLARK PUBLIC UTILITIES: Offices closed. For 24-hour customer service, call 360-992-3000. For outages or emergencies, call 360-992-8000.
  • GOVERNMENT OFFICES: Closed Sunday and Monday.
  • PARKING METERS: On-street parking in Vancouver is free on Sunday.
  • BUSES: C-Tran buses follow regular schedule, administrative offices closed. TriMet buses, MAX and Portland Streetcar follow regular schedule. No service on WES.
  • DRIVER’S LICENSING: Closed Sunday and Monday.
  • VEHICLE LICENSING: Closed Sunday and Monday.
  • FINANCIAL MARKETS: U.S. markets closed Sunday and Monday.
  • BANKS: Most closed; check your bank for details. Some in-store branches may be open.
  • ZOO: Oregon Zoo is open.
  • MARSHALL COMMUNITY CENTER: Closed Sunday, open Monday.
  • FIRSTENBURG COMMUNITY CENTER: Closed Sunday, open Monday.
  • THE COLUMBIAN: Monday e-edition will be published. Circulation customer service, 360-694-2312, is available 6:30 to 11 a.m.

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