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Fourth of July Office Closures

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From the City of Reno:

Reno City Hall and City Administrative Offices will be closed Thursday, July 4, 2013 in observance of Independence Day

For holidays hours for recreation facilities please visit Reno.gov.

Even with City offices closed, residents can still visit Reno.gov and access the "Self-Service Menu" to pay parking tickets, sewer bills, court fees, register for classes, file a police report, or enter a service request for Reno Direct.

The City of Reno would like to wish everyone a safe, happy Independence Day.

From the City of Reno

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From Washoe County:

Most Washoe County offices will be closed Thursday, July 4 for the Independence Day holiday.

The following will be closed:
• Administrative offices at the Washoe County Complex on Ninth Street in Reno.
• Washoe County Senior Services facilities.
• All Washoe County Libraries will be closed Thursday. Please go to www.washoecountylibrary.us to place a hold, renew a checkout, download eBooks, research databases and more.
• The Washoe County District Court.
• The Washoe County District Attorney's Office.

The following will be open:
• The Washoe County Sheriff's Office reception/front desk.
• The office of the County Clerk at the Washoe County Complex on Ninth and Wells will remain open throughout the holiday from 8 a.m. to midnight for the issuance of marriage licenses, fictitious firm name and notary bond filings, as well as property tax payments for the Treasurer's Office.

From Washoe County

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From the Bureau of Land Management:

The California Trail Interpretive Center will be open to celebrate the 4th of July Holiday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

At 11 a.m. there will be a reading of the Declaration of Independence, a trail wedding, and readings from emigrant journals about how those traveling on the trail celebrated the holiday. Following at 1p.m., will be a black powder demonstration showcasing a few historic guns, as well as a second reading of the Declaration of Independence and a trail wedding.

Staff and volunteers will add to the Trail experience by dressing in period clothing. Visitors can view a replica of the Independence Rock, so named because it was the site of many 4th of July celebrations and at least a few emigrant weddings that occurred along the California Trail.  Overlanders on the way to California in the mid 1800's, aware they were leaving the United States behind, had no intention of forgetting their heritage and traditions.

The California Trail Interpretive Center, operated by the Bureau of Land Management, is located 8 miles west of Elko, at Hunter exit 292. Visit, www.blm.gov/cv5c, our Facebook page at California Trail Interpretive Center Association or call (775) 738-1849 for more information.

From the Bureau of Land Management

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