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Most public offices, and some businesses, will be closed Wednesday for the Fourth of July holiday.
All county offices and libraries will be closed, as will be state offices and courts.
The county’s liquor stores, however, will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
There will be no trash or of recycling pick up on the holiday. The schedule for pick up will shift one day—Wednesday’s pickup will take place on Thursday, Thursday’s on Friday, etc. The Shady Grove Processing Facility and Transfer Station also will be closed.
The Department of Recreation’s administrative offices, senior centers and recreation centers will not be open. However, the outdoor pools in Long Branch and at the Martin Luther King Jr. center will be open.
The TRiPS Commuter Store in Silver Spring will not be open, and Ride On will operate on Saturday schedule on July 4. Service information for WMATA busses and Metro, is available here. Parking in county garages, surface lots and at curbside meters will be free.
Also, the Montgomery County Planning offices will be closed Wednesday and the Planning Board, which normally meets on Thursday, will not meet July 5.
Lina’s Diner and Bar will close from July 2-8 for summer holiday and reopen July 9.
Finally, Lyft will offer free rides (up to $15) from 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 4 though 4 a.m. Thursday, July 5 with a code from Sober Ride®.
If readers are aware of any closures we’ve missed, please add them in the Comments section.
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