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What’s open, what’s closed on Memorial Day

Most government offices are closed Monday for Memorial Day, but there will be a number of public events to honor those members of the military who died while serving our country.

A Memorial Day military tribute at Evergreen Mortuary and Cemetery, 3015 N. Oracle Rd., will be held on Monday from 9 a.m. to commemorate those who served the country.

Most city, county, state, and federal governmental offices are closed Monday, including post offices and courts.

Most banks and credit unions are closed.

City of Tucson garbage and recycling will not be picked up Monday, and will be delayed by one day all week. Waste Management commercial customers normally served on Monday will have trash pickup on Tuesday.

The Pima County Public Library is closed on Monday.

School districts are closed Monday along with the University of Arizona and Pima County college campuses.

The Motor Vehicle Division is closed Monday, as are emissions testing stations.

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U.S. stock exchanges and bond markets are closed.

On Monday the Sun Tran buses and streetcar will operate on a Sunday schedule. Express and shuttle services will operate Monday.

Old Tucson is offering free admission for kids under 11 years-old for Memorial Day weekend.

Free admission at the Tucson International Wildlife Museum will be offered for active military or veterans with an ID during Memorial Day weekend.

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