Labor Day Closures 2016

Local News

Labor Day is this Monday, and in observance many city, county, and state offices will be closed.

City of Grand Junction offices will be closed.

There will be no trash pickup Monday, and it will be delayed by one day the remainder of the week.

For the CRI recycling schedule, call 970-242-1036.

Parking will be free in downtown metered spots and in the Rood Avenue parking garage.

All Mesa County Libraries will be closed Monday as well, and will continue seasonal hours every Sunday, which is 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., beginning Sunday, September 11th and will last until may.

The following Mesa County Administrative offices will be closed Monday:

Administration, Assessor, County Commissioners, Building, Planning, County Attorney, Financial Services, Human Resources, IT, Surveyor, Treasurer (544 Rood Ave.)…

Clerk & Recorder (Motor Vehicle/Recording/Elections/Clerk & Recorder) (200 S. Spruce St., GJ; 3225 I-70 Business Loop, Clifton; 325 E. Aspen St., Fruita)…

District Attorney, including the Justice Center (125 N. Spruce St.)…

Fairgrounds (2785 U.S.Hwy. 50)…

Grand Valley Transit (GVT) (125 N. Spruce St.)…

Health & Human Services (510 29 1/2 Road)…

Landfill, Hazardous Waste Collection, Organic Material Composting and Transfer Stations (3071 U.S. Hwy. 50)…

Regional Transportation Planning Office (525 S. Sixth St.)…

Sheriff’s Office – Records and Civil Divisions (215 Rice St.)…

Tri River CSU Extension (2775 U.S. Hwy. 50)…

And the Workforce Center (512 29 1/2 Road).

Only three offices will be closed at the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office, the Records Division, Inmate Visitation, and Civil division.

Patrol and jail operations will remain open.

The holiday does not include Criminal Justice Services, or the Mesa County Animal Services, which will be open from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Finally many state offices will be closed.  

The state driver’s license offices, the Department of Health and Environment’s records offices and wildlife service centers will be closed.

All Colorado’s state parks will be open and staffed, but parks and wildlife administrative offices and wildlife service centers will be closed.

Remember to enjoy the holiday responsibly, as state troopers will be patrolling the highways.
 

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