What’s closed, what’s open on MLK Jr. Day
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is on Monday, which means a lot of places will close their doors in observance of the federal holiday.
On Nov. 2, 1983, then-President Ronald Reagan signed a bill to mark the holiday on every third Monday of every January to honor King’s legacy. He was assassinated on April 4, 1968.
In observance of the holiday, many businesses close their doors. Some places, like grocery and retail stores, will remain open.
All town and city halls will be closed on Monday.
Banks are closed on Monday. ATMs and online banking will still be accessible.
The U.S. Postal Service is closed Monday. Mail will not be delivered.
UPS will remain open.
FedEx will be operational, with some modified service to FedEx Express and FedEx SmartPost.
The New York Stock Exchange is closed Monday. Most U.S. exchanges are also closed.
Most schools are closed Monday.
Most will be open. It’s possible the holiday might affect hours.
Some retail stores offer sales because of the holiday.
Most Department of Motor Vehicle officers will be closed Monday.
All courts will be closed Monday.