What's Open, Closed In Bel Air On MLK Jr. Day 2022

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BEL AIR, MD — Monday is a federal holiday to honor the life and legacy of civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr.

In Bel Air, MLK Day affects hours of government offices, libraries, public transportation and other services.

Before you head out, here's a roundup of what's open and what's closed on Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Bel Air:

  • Bel Air Town Hall — Closed

  • The COVID-19 testing tent at Upper Chesapeake will be open but will have a delayed start due to the weather. Hours will be 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

  • Harford County offices— Closed

  • State offices and courts — Closed

  • Harford County Public Libraries — Closed

  • Trash collection: Trash that is normally picked up in the town of Bel Air Monday will instead be collected Wednesday. Town residents whose trash is collected Tuesday will have no change in schedule.

  • Loose leaf and yard waste collection: This is canceled Monday in town due to the holiday.

  • Bulk collection: This is canceled Wednesday, Jan. 19, in the town of Bel Air.

  • Parking in the town of Bel Air is free on holidays.

  • MARC Train and Commuter Bus — Operating on an R schedule (not R+) on Penn and Camden lines. The MARC Brunswick line will not run Monday due to the winter storm.

  • Harford County Public Schools and school offices will be closed.

  • Harford Community College will be closed.

  • The Town Hall meeting will be held Tuesday rather than Monday.

One event in the Bel Air area was held Sunday to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Masjid Al Falaah joined with Harford County faith communities for a lecture on race relations. The lecture was recorded and can be viewed on Facebook.

This article originally appeared on the Bel Air Patch

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