With New Year’s Day falling on a Sunday in 2017, many agencies and businesses are taking a three-day weekend. Here’s what’s open and closed on New Year’s Day in the Inland Empire — and Monday, Jan. 2. Banks: New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ, SIFMA (bond market) will be closed Monday. There is no standard rule for banks in our area, some of which may close, starting at noon on Saturday. All will be closed Monday.
Government: City, county, federal and state offices, and superior courts will be closed Monday. The Department of Motor Vehicles also will be closed Monday
Mail: The U.S. Post Offices will be open regular hours on New Year’s Eve. Mail delivery will be unaffected. Revised holiday hours will be posted at each Post Office and commercial customers are asked to check with their business mail entry units for specific information about holiday hours of operation. All Post Offices will reopen Monday. There will be no mail delivery Sunday. www.usps.com
Transportation: In observance of New Year’s Day, Metrolink will operate a Sunday schedule on. Metrolink will observe New Year’s Day on the federally recognized holiday of Monday, Jan. 2, and operate a modified Sunday schedule. To serve the 128th Rose Parade on Monday, the first train (Train 349, normally Train 351) on Metrolink’s San Bernardino Line will operate early, departing San Bernardino at 6:10 a.m. making all station stops. The train will arrive at Los Angeles Union Station at 7:45 a.m. On New…
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