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Find out which Palo Alto city services will be available on Labor Day

Transportation agencies serving the area to run on modified schedules

With Labor Day around the corner, here is a roundup of city government and transportation services available in and around Palo Alto during the holiday this Monday, Sept. 2.

City Government Services:

City of Palo Alto: All administrative offices and facilities will be closed and resume regular hours on Tuesday, Sept. 3. Waste collection, including recycling, compost and garbage collection services, will operate on a normal schedule.

Courthouse: The Santa Clara County Superior Court will be closed and reopen on Tuesday.

Palo Alto City Library: All library branches will be closed and reopen on Tuesday.

Palo Alto emergency services: Police and fire department administrative offices will be closed, but response teams will be available.

Palo Alto Unified School District: Schools will be closed and reopen on Tuesday.

U.S. Postal Service: Post offices nationwide will be closed in observance of Labor Day.

Transportation

California Highway Patrol: CHP officers and drug recognition experts will be on duty during the Labor Day Maximum Enforcement Period from 6:01 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 30, to 11:59 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 2. In a statement, the CHP reminded people to drive sober, fasten their seat belts and avoid distractions behind the wheel.

Caltrain: Caltrain will operate on a Sunday schedule. More information is available at caltrain.com.

Palo Alto Shuttle: No service on either the Crosstown or Embarcadero shuttles.

SamTrans: SamTrans will operate on a Sunday schedule. More information is available at samtrans.com.

Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority: Bus and light-rail service will operate on a Sunday/Holiday schedule. Administrative offices will be closed. More information is available at vta.org.

Stanford Marguerite: The Line HD, Medical Center, Medical Center: Holiday and Shopping Express: Special shuttles will be in service. More information is available at transportation.stanford.edu

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