What's scheduled to be closed on Oct. 10 holiday

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The Town of Arlington is reminding residents of what local offices and services will be closed or have their schedules altered due to the Monday, Oct. 10, observance of Indigenous Peoples' Day. This holiday is known in some other geographic areas as Columbus Day.

Oct. 10: no trash collected; one-day delay rest of week
Trash normally collected on Monday will be picked up on Tuesday. The Friday pick-up will be collected on Saturday. This schedule applies to trash, recycling and yard waste. For missed pick-ups, call Republic Services at (781) 289-0500. For additional trash and recycling information, please visit arlingtonma.gov/recycle.  

Library schedule:

Both the Robbins Library and the Fox Library are set to be closed Monday, Oct. 10. 

 Oct 10: Town Hall admininstrative offices closed  

The following Town of Arlington offices are scheduled to be closed Monday Oct. 10:    

- Town Hall, 730 Mass. Ave.    
- Community Center, 27 Maple St.    
- Recreation Office, 422 Summer St.   
- DPW Administrative Office, 51 Grove St.    
- Inspectional Services, 23 Maple St.    
- APD Records Room, 112 Mystic St.    
- Fire Administrative Office, 411 Mass. Ave. 

Celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day nearby
Events open to the public are scheduled nearby -- on Sunday in Arlington and Belmont, and on Monday in Concord and Winchester. Others are planned in coming days in Boston and in other communities throughout the commonwealth. To learn more, go to this document or the Arlington Human Rights Commission website. 

This news announcement was published Oct. 6, 2022, based on information from the Town of Arlington and from the Arlington Human Rights Commission.

 
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