Memorial Day is Monday, May 28; here is a list of what’s open and what government offices are closed.
If you are traveling today, 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.
The state generally suspends construction over the holiday weekend, though exceptions include US 2 west of the Stevens Pass summit, where only one lane is open in each direction while crews work on stabilizing slopes, according to the Washington State Department of Transportation.
Drivers should also expect delays on I-90 between Cle Elum and Easton and between Hyak and Keechelus Dam. Two lanes will be open in both directions, but drivers will see construction activity next to the freeway.
is closed Monday. It will reopen Tuesday May 29.
is closed Monday for the holiday.
: Closed Monday, classes will resume May 29.
King County government: Closed.
King County Library System is closed today.
King County Metro: Sunday Schedule.
King County Transfer Stations (Garbage): Open.
Sound Transit: Sunday Schedule.
State of Washington: Closed.
Washington State Ferries: All routes will operate on a holiday schedule.
Federal government (including the U.S. Postal Service): Closed
Banks: Many, if not most, will be closed. Check your local branch.
Allied Waste: Regular recycling and garbage service in Bellevue.
Sources: Government and company websites.