What's open, what's closed on President's Day 2023
Federal, Arizona state, Pima County and city of Tucson government offices will be closed for President's Day on Monday.
Municipal offices in towns in Southern Arizona will be closed for the holidays, as will all courts.
With the U.S. Federal Reserve closed, nearly all banks and credit unions will be closed across the country, not just locally.
Most businesses, including small businesses throughout town, large retailers and grocery stores such as Walmart or Fry’s and shopping malls, will remain open for normal business hours.
Reid Park Zoo will remain open during normal hours, and has a “Birding at the Zoo” event scheduled for President's Day morning. The event is a guided bird walk from 9:15 to 11:15 a.m.
Tucson residents will have their trash collection delayed by one day this week. All landfills and transfer stations operated by the city will remain open, including the Catalina Transfer Station, the Ajo Landfill, the Sahuarita Transfer Station and the Ryan Field Transfer Station. The city of Tucson is also keeping the Los Reales Landfill open on Craycroft Road, south of Interstate 10.
Pima County Public Library branches will be closed for the holiday.
Sun Tran and its services, including Sun Van and the Sun Link streetcar, will operate on a regular weekday schedule.
The University of Arizona and Pima Community College will be open along with local school districts on Monday.
The Motor Vehicle Division will be closed, but all emissions testing stations will be open.
President's Day also kicks off rodeo week in Tucson. The Tucson Rodeo Parade will start at 9 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 23, with pre-parade entertainment taking place at 8 a.m. at the rodeo grounds.
Bennito L. Kelty is TucsonSentinel.com’s IDEA reporter, focusing on Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access stories, and a Report for America corps member supported by readers like you.