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Monday is Labor Day: What's Open, What's Closed

Labor Day is Monday Sept. 5; here is a list of what’s open and what's closed.

Labor Day is Monday Sept. 5.

If you are traveling on Monday, check out the Washington State Department of Transportation web pages to plan your route. You can expect heavy traffic along I-90 Snoqualmie Pass, US 2 Stevens Pass, Interstate 5 near the U.S./Canadian border and I-5 between Olympia and Tacoma.

Here is a list of what’s open and what's closed:

is closed Monday. It will reopen Tuesday, Sept. 6. There will also be a city council meeting Tuesday night.

is closed Monday for the holiday.

: Closed Monday. First day of school is Tuesday, Sept. 6.

King County government: Closed.

US Postal Service: Closed.

King County Library System is closed Monday and will reopen Sept. 6.

King County Metro transit: Sunday schedule.

Sound Transit: Sunday schedule.

King County Transfer Stations (AKA King County Solid Waste Division): Open regular hours. The Factoria location at 13800 SE 32nd St. is open from 6:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday.

State of Washington: Closed.

State liquor stores: The Downtown Bellevue and Bellevue Eastgate state liquor stores will be open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. for your spirits needs. The Bellevue location is at . The Eastgate liquor store is in the same shopping center as the at 15100 S.E. 38th St.

Washington State Ferries: Routes will operate on a weekend schedule.

Federal government: Closed

Banks: Many, if not most, will be closed. Check your local branch.

Express delivery companiesFedEx and UPS will be open.

Garbage and Recycling: Garbage and recycling will be on its regular schedule in Bellevue.

Shopping Centers: Many stores and restaurants keep different holiday hours from the main shopping centers, so check with an individual store for exact hours. Crossroads Bellevue is open until 6 p.m. The Bravern is open from noon to 6 p.m., though some of its retailers have different hours (click here to see the website)

Sources: Government and company websites.

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