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Fourth of July closings and schedule changes

Staff report

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The following are Tuesday hours for area government offices and other agencies for the Fourth of July holiday:

• Salisbury city office buildings, including the Salisbury Customer Service Center and recreation centers, will be closed.

• Salisbury’s transit department will not offer transit services.

• Salisbury’s waste collection division will offer regularly scheduled garbage and recycling collection. Limb and yard waste collection will not be offered. Tuesday’s yard waste collection will take place on Wednesday, July 5.

• Fibrant technical support will maintain regular hours. For assistance, customers may contact Fibrant Technical Support by calling 704-638-5300.

• Salisbury-Rowan utilities’ administrative offices will be closed Tuesday, July 4. If you have a water/sewer emergency after hours or during the holiday, please call 704-638-5339.

• The Salisbury Community Park will operate on schedule from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

• Spencer’s town hall will be closed Tuesday.

• Spencer’s garbage schedule will be altered — Tuesday’s trash pick-up will run Wednesday, July 5, and Wednesday’s trash pick-up will run Thursday, July 6.

• Granite Quarry’s town hall will be closed. There will be no disruption in garbage services.

• Rockwell’s town hall and public works office will be closed. There will be no disruption in garbage services.

• China Grove’s town hall will be closed. There will be no disruption in garbage services.

• Faith’s town hall will be closed; trash service will be unaffected, but it is requested that you put your trash out the night before, July 3.

• Landis’ town hall will be closed; recycling will be picked up on Wednesday, July 5.

• Cleveland’s town hall will be closed; trash and recycling will be picked up on Saturday, July 8, instead of Friday, July 7.

• All Kannapolis city offices will be closed. There will be no disruption in garbage services.

• East Spencer’s town hall will be closed. There will be no disruption in garbage services.

• All Rowan County offices will be closed.

 

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