City of Staunton: City schedules for Labor Day holiday

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The City of Staunton administrative offices will be closed Monday, Sept. 3 in observance of Labor Day.  City offices will reopen and return to normal business hours on Tuesday, Sept. 4.

Trash & Recycling Pickup

Residential trash and recycled items typically picked up on Monday will instead be collected on Wednesday, Sept. 5. Please place trash and recycled items at the curb no later than 7 a.m. on your pickup day.

Customers in the downtown Central Business District (CBD) will receive trash collection on Wednesday, Sept. 5 and again on Saturday, Sept. 8 as regularly scheduled.

Residents may also take items for recycling to the City’s recycling center, located in the football stadium parking lot at Gypsy Hill Park. Items may be dropped off seven days a week.

For more information on City trash and recycling schedules, contact Public Works at 540.332.3892.

Library Hours

The Staunton Public Library will be closed Monday, Sept. 3 and return to its regular schedule on Tuesday, Sept. 4.

The library’s digital collections and online services, will be available during the holiday weekend, and the outdoor book drop will be open for returns.

For more information about the Staunton Public Library, call 540.332.3902.

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