It’s shaping up to be a near-perfect July Fourth weekend: The skies will be sunny, lakes are full, swimming pools and water parks are open, and firework shows are scheduled across North Texas.
It’ll be business as usual across the region on Saturday and Sunday, and here’s a look at what’s open and closed on Monday, plus a few other bits of information worth noting.
What’s closed, open
The stock exchanges, banks, school districts and most nonessential federal, state, county and municipal offices will be closed Monday in observance of the July Fourth holiday.
Your mail will not be delivered.
Meals on Wheels of Tarrant County will not deliver meals.
Municipal park and recreation facilities, such as golf courses, water parks and swimming pools, will be open through the weekend and on Monday.
Garbage, recycling collection
Most cities will provide service as usual on Monday. Here’s a look at select cities in Tarrant County. Check websites for more details.
Arlington: No service.
Bedford: Regular schedule.
Colleyville: Regular schedule.
Euless: Regular schedule.
Fort Worth: Regular schedule, but drop-off stations will be closed.
Grapevine: Regular schedule.
Haslet: Regular schedule.
Haltom City: No service.
Hurst: Regular schedule.
Keller: Regular service.
Mansfield: No service.
North Richland Hills: Monday service shifts to Tuesday, Tuesday service to Wednesday.
Roanoke: Regular schedule.
Saginaw: Regular service.
Southlake: Monday service shifts to Tuesday, Tuesday service to Wednesday.
Trophy Club: Regular schedule.
The Fort Worth Transportation Authority's bus service and Mobility-Impaired Transportation Service will operate on a Sunday schedule on Monday.
Molly the Trolley will run from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
The Trinity Railway Express will not run.
All T offices will be closed.