Holiday closures (Jan. 18)

2010-01-17T23:05:00Z Holiday closures (Jan. 18) Corvallis Gazette Times
January 17, 2010 11:05 pm

Here is the schedule of closures for today, the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday:

AQUATIC CENTER: Osborn Aquatic Center will be open today, but no swimming lessons will take place.

BANKS: Most banks will be closed.

BUSES: Corvallis Transit System buses and Dial-a-Bus will run.

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT: Federal offices of the Siuslaw National Forest and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency are closed.

GARBAGE: Garbage collection will be as scheduled. The Coffin Butte Landfill in Adair Village will be open.

HUMANE SOCIETY: Heartland Humane Society will be closed.

LIBRARY: All branches of the Corvallis-Benton County Public Library will be closed.

LIQUOR: Corvallis liquor stores on Washington Avenue and on Circle Boulevard will be open, and the Philomath liquor store will also be open.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT: Non-emergency Corvallis and Philomath offices will be closed. All Benton County offices, except the sheriff’s office, will be closed. The sheriff’s office will remain open during its standard operating hours. All Benton County offices will re-open for regular business hours on Tuesday.

LOTTERY: The lottery and winner claims office in Salem will be closed.

NEWSPAPER: The Gazette-Times offices will be open. The newspaper will be delivered as usual.

POST OFFICE: U.S. post offices will be closed, and no deliveries will be made until Tuesday.

SCHOOLS: Corvallis and Philomath school district offices and schools will be closed.

Oregon State University and all centers of Linn-Benton Community College will be closed, and classes will be canceled.

STATE GOVERNMENT: State offices, including the Department of Human Services and Driver and Motor Vehicle Services, will be closed.

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