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What’s open and what’s closed Monday for MLK Day

Shakeria Williams, left, can not help spraying paraders with "silly string" as she and her family attends the Dr. Martin Luther King Day parade in 2014. The parade brought together Miami-Dade cities, their officials, various law enforcement agencies, various local government departments along with several school marching bands, and other civic organizations to celebrate and honor Dr. King on January 20, 2014.
Shakeria Williams, left, can not help spraying paraders with "silly string" as she and her family attends the Dr. Martin Luther King Day parade in 2014. The parade brought together Miami-Dade cities, their officials, various law enforcement agencies, various local government departments along with several school marching bands, and other civic organizations to celebrate and honor Dr. King on January 20, 2014. MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Open and closed on MLK Day

Monday is Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Here’s a list of what’s open and closed for the holiday:

Federal offices: Closed.

State offices: Closed.

Miami-Dade and Broward county offices: Closed.

Miami-Dade and Broward courts: Closed.

Public schools: Closed.

Post offices: Closed.

Stock markets: Closed.

Banks: Most are closed. Check with your bank for schedule.

Miami-Dade and Broward libraries: Closed.

Tri-Rail: Regular schedule.

Miami-Dade and Broward transit: Regular service for both counties.

Miami-Dade garbage and recycling collection: No collection, but recycling service will be provided.

Broward garbage and recycling collection: Normal schedule for Broward Municipal Services District. Residents of all other Broward municipalities should check with their municipality for schedule. Normal schedule for Broward Municipal Services District. Residents of all other Broward municipalities should check with their city for schedule.

Malls: Open.

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