Fourth of July 2018 Holiday Information New York City

All NYC Public Schools are closed. P311 and Family Welcome Centers are closed.

All branches of the City’s public library systems are closed.

Alternate side parking is suspended. You do not have to pay the parking meter. No stopping, no standing, and no parking regulations are suspended, except where those regulations are in effect anytime or seven days a week.

Fourth of July Holiday Information

All government offices, including the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and courts, are closed on Wednesday, July 4th for Independence Day. There is no mail delivery.

All NYC Public Schools are closed. P311 and Family Welcome Centers are closed.

All branches of the City’s public library systems are closed.

Alternate side parking is suspended. You do not have to pay the parking meter. No stopping, no standing, and no parking regulations are suspended, except where those regulations are in effect anytime or seven days a week.

There is no Garbage, Organics, or Recycling collection on Wednesday, July 4.

If Wednesday is your regular organics or garbage collection day, place your items curbside after 4 PM on Wednesday evening.

     • Organics will be collected on Thursday, July 5.

• Garbage will be collected beginning Thursday, July 5. In some areas, your garbage may not be picked up until your next collection day.If Wednesday is your regular recycling day, place your items curbside on Tuesday, July 10 after 4 PM for collection beginning Wednesday, July 11.

The Staten Island Ferry runs on a holiday schedule. 30-minute service will be provided from 12 AM to 4 PM. From 4 PM through 7:30 PM, 20-minute service will be provided. The last boat before the fireworks will depart from both terminals at 7:30 PM. Service will then be suspended from 8 PM to 10 PM. 30-minute service resumes at 10 PM from both terminals.

The Staten Island Ferry runs on a holiday schedule. 30-minute service will be provided from 12 AM to 4 PM. From 4 PM through 7:30 PM, 20-minute service will be provided. The last boat before the fireworks will depart from both terminals at 7:30 PM. Service will then be suspended from 8 PM to 10 PM. 30-minute service resumes at 10 PM from both terminals.

Source: Fourth of July Holiday Information | City of New York