Offices, transit to close for Labor Day, Sept. 2

By From page A15 | August 23, 2013

Some offices throughout El Dorado County will be closed on Monday, Sept. 2 , for Labor Day, a state and federal holiday. Here’s a look at what local residents may expect:

All schools in El Dorado County will be closed.

The offices of the Placerville Police Department will be closed Friday, Aug. 30, for furlough and Monday, Sept. 2, for Labor Day.The El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office and the offices of the fire department will be closed on Sept. 2. For emergency calls, dial 911. For non-emergency police calls, call 530-642-5280. For non-emergency fire and medical calls, call 530-647-5250.

All branches of the post office will be closed on Sept. 2. and there will be no mail delivery.

El Dorado Transit will not operate bus or Dial-A-Ride service on Monday, Sept. 2. The business office and dispatch center will be closed. Service will resume on Sept. 3.

All Placerville city offices will be closed on Friday, Aug. 30 for furlough and on Monday, Sept. 2 for Labor Day.

County offices will be closed on Sept. 2 and there will not be a Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 3. The next board meeting will be Sept. 10.

All branches of the county library will be closed and county courts will be closed for the holiday.

El Dorado Disposal Service reports that trash pickup will continue as regularly scheduled, but the office will be closed on Sept. 2.

El Dorado Irrigation District offices will be closed.

Banks will be closed for the holiday. However, some banks have branches in local supermarkets, and these may remain open. Check with your branch.

The offices of the Mountain Democrat will be closed for the holiday, but a newspaper will be published. Subscribers who receive their newspaper by mail will receive it one day later when mail service resumes.

Wendy Schultz

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