What’s Open, Closed For Veterans Day 2020 In Anne Arundel County

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ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY, MD — Veterans Day will be a little different this year. With coronavirus cases spiking, many celebrations were canceled. The one thing locals can count on is a scheduled holiday.

Many government services are already affected by coronavirus closures, but the holiday will only shake up their hours more. Here is what's opened and closed on Wednesday's holiday:

Government Offices: Anne Arundel County and Annapolis government offices will be closed on Wednesday.

Courts: Courts are closed Wednesday. Court hours are listed here.

Parks: All parks will be open for their normal hours. Park hours are listed here. This interactive map shows the parks closest you.

Libraries: All Anne Arundel County Public Library branches will be open on Wednesday. All branches have reopened for limited, in-person service. Patrons must book an appointment by calling their local library, however. A full list of library hours and contact information is posted here.

Post Offices: Post offices will be closed on Wednesday.

Trash And Recycling: All landfills and recycling centers will be closed on Wednesday. Trash pixkup will continue as normal on Veterans Day. A schedule of all Anne Arundel County trash and recycling operations is available here.

Buses: The County Connector will run on a Sunday schedule on this Wednesday.

The following busses will run on a Saturday schedule on Veterans Day:

  • 201

  • 202

  • 204 Brooklyn Park Connector/Call N Ride

  • Gold AACC

  • Gold Edgewater

  • Yellow

The busses will be out of service on Wednesday:

  • 504 Crofton Connector

  • South County Call N Ride

  • ParaTransit Service

All County bus routes can be found here. This link has the hours for each route.

Trains: The MARC train and Light RailLink will operate on Wednesday. All MARC schedules are listed on its website. The Light RailLink's schedule is posted at this link.

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This article originally appeared on the Anne Arundel Patch

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