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What's closed for Easter

The city of Salisbury will operate on the following schedule for the Easter holiday:
• City offices will be closed Friday.
• City yard waste and limb collection will not occur Friday. Collection will resume as normal Monday.
• City garbage collection and recycling services will occur on a normal schedule Friday.
• City transit services will operate on a normal schedule Friday and Saturday.
• Salisbury Police Department will be closed Friday.
• Salisbury Community Park will operate on normal schedule from 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. throughout the Easter weekend.
Holiday closings from other towns and cities:
• Concord city offices will be closed Friday. Garbage, recycling, and bulky waste collection by Republic Services will operate on a normal schedule. City parks will be open on a normal schedule, and the Academy and Hartsell recreation centers will be open from noon to 6 p.m. on Friday.
• Spencer Town Hall will be closed on Friday. No change to garbage pickup.
• Landis Town Hall will be closed Friday, garbage will not be affected.
• China Grove Town Hall will be closed Friday, garbage pick up will not be affected.
• Cleveland Town Hall will be closed on Friday. No change to garbage pickup.
• Rockwell Town Hall will be closed Friday, garbage pick up will not be affected.
Holiday closings for Rowan County:
• County offices will be closed Friday.
• County landfill and convenience/recycling centers will be closed Friday and will reopen Saturday. Processing center also will be closed Friday.
• Rowan County Sheriff’s Office will be closed Friday.

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