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Veterans Day 2017 closures

The city of Salisbury will operate on the following schedule for the Veterans Day holiday Friday:

• City offices, including the customer service center and recreation centers, will be closed.

• Salisbury Transit will not offer services.

• City waste collection will collect garbage and recycling on schedule. Friday’s limb collection was done Thursday.

• Fibrant Technical Support will maintain regular hours. For assistance, customers may call 704-638-5300.

• Salisbury-Rowan Utilities’ administrative offices will be closed Friday. Anyone with a water or sewer emergency after hours or during the holiday should call 704-638-5339.

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

• Rowan Public Library will be closed Friday; regular hours resume Saturday.

• Rowan County recycling centers will be closed Friday and reopen Saturday. The processing center will be closed. The landfill will be open Friday and closed Saturday.

• Granite Quarry Town Hall will be closed Friday.

• East Spencer Town Hall will be open Friday. An observance for veterans will be held at noon.

• Faith Town Hall will be closed Friday. Trash pickup will operate as usual.

• Rockwell Town Hall will be closed Friday. Trash pickup will operate as usual.

• Cleveland Town Hall will be closed Friday. Trash pickup will operate as usual.

• Spencer town offices will be open today but closed on Monday.

• The N.C. Transportation Museum will be open Friday and Saturday with free admittance for all veterans and active military personnel and reduced rates for family.

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