D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser introduced Friday that whereas some companies could also be affected on Tuesday, “many District staff will proceed serving to take care of important District operations.” Check out this checklist to seek out out what’s open and what’s closed as town observes this historic day.

On Tuesday, the D.C. authorities will observe DC Emancipation Day in commemoration of the 1862 act that ended slavery in Washington and freed over 3,000 people.

Mayor Muriel Bowser said Friday that, whereas some companies could also be affected Tuesday, “many District staff will proceed serving to take care of important District operations.”

Check out the checklist beneath to seek out out what’s open and what’s closed as town observes this historic day.

What’s open?

All low-barrier shelters will stay open 24 hours on Tuesday. The Downtown Day Services Center will probably be open for walk-in companies from 9 a.m. to five p.m., and Zoe’s Doors Youth Drop-In Center will probably be in operation all day.

The DC Stabilization Center will probably be open on a 24-hour schedule for individuals experiencing a substance abuse dysfunction disaster. Those experiencing psychological wellness challenges can entry the Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program by calling (202) 673-9319 or the Community Response Team by calling (202) 673-6495 – or name 988 to attach with a skilled counselor.

The Department of Parks and Recreation’s outside parks, playgrounds, athletic courts and fields will stay open.

Many DC Public Library places will probably be open on Tuesday. The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library will probably be open from 9:30 a.m. to five:30 p.m. The following places — one in every Ward — will probably be open from 9 a.m. to five p.m.: Mt. Pleasant Library, Tenley-Friendship Library, Petworth Library, Woodridge Library, Southwest Library, Benning/Dorothy I. Height Library and Anacostia Library.

What’s closed?

The DC Department of Public Works won’t accumulate trash or recycling on Tuesday, and DC Public Schools will already be closed for spring break (April 15 by April 22).

Benning Road Transfer Station is closed till additional discover. Fort Totten Transfer Station can also be closed, however will reopen Wednesday.

The DPR’s indoor aquatic facilities, rec facilities and neighborhood facilities will probably be closed.

Also closed within the District on Tuesday:

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