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What’s closed, and what’s not, on Labor Day

The earnest origins of Labor Day

In the past century, the holiday created to recognize the American worker has become a retail and travel opportunity. Over 40 percent of employers scheduled employees to work in past years to meet the demand.
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In the past century, the holiday created to recognize the American worker has become a retail and travel opportunity. Over 40 percent of employers scheduled employees to work in past years to meet the demand.

Here’s a list of what places are closed and what services are still in effect for Labor Day around the Sacramento area.

GOVERNMENT OFFICES

Federal and state offices are closed.

Sacramento, El Dorado, Placer and Yolo county offices are closed.

City offices are closed.

Federal and state courts are closed.

Post offices are closed.

Banks are closed.

EDUCATION

Sacramento, El Dorado, Placer and Yolo county libraries are closed.

Schools and colleges are closed.

SANITATION

Regular curbside pickup for the following areas:

El Dorado Hills

Elk Grove

Folsom

Roseville

Sacramento City

Sacramento County

Auburn Placer

Davis

West Sacramento

Winters

Woodland

TRANSPORTATION

Parking meters are not enforced.

Regional Transit operating on Sunday schedule.

Amtrak and BART operating on Sunday schedule.

Caltrain operating on Sunday schedule.

Paratransit and South County Transit operating on regular schedule.

e-tran and Delta Breeze not in service.

Placer County Transit not in service.

Tahoe Area Regional Transit operating on regular schedule.

Roseville Transit and Placer Commuter Express not in service.

Yolobus operating on Sunday schedule.

Unitrans operating on regular schedule.

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