What's Open, Closed in Boston on President's Day?

Find out what offices and businesses are closed due to the holiday.

Patch file photo.
Patch file photo.

Presidents' Day is observed Monday, Feb. 17. Here's a handy list of what's open (and closed) during the holiday in Boston:

  • Retail stores: Most open.
  • Supermarkets and liquor stores: Open.
  • Convenience stores: Open.
  • Bars and restaurants: Open. 
  • Stock market: Closed.
  • Municipal offices: Closed (including City Hall, public schools, libraries, and community centers). 
  • Banks: Closed.
  • Libraries: Closed.
  • Schools: Closed.
  • Post office: Closed.
  • MBTA: Operating on a Saturday schedule.
  • Municipal Tow Lot:  Closed, reopens Tuesday at 7 a.m. 
  • Trash & Recycling: One day late for the remainder of week except Boston Proper, Roxbury, South Boston, Charlestown; see schedule for full details. 
  • Street Cleaning: No Monday daytime street cleaning (except overnight cleaning between 12:01 and 7 a.m. on posted arterials). 
  • Parking Meters: Free, time limit is not in effect. All other parking rules remain in effect. 
  • Tow Lot: Closed, will reopen at 7 a.m. Tuesday (kiosks open 24 hours for cash, Visa, or MasterCard payments).
Know of someplace that's closed today, or somewhere that's open with a special Presidents Day event or sale going on? Tell us in the comments.


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