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Presidents' Day Holiday Office Closures

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From the City of Reno:

Reno City Hall and City Administrative Offices will be closed Monday, February 17, 2014, in observance of Presidents' Day. Also known as Washington's Birthday, the day honors presidents of the United States, including George Washington, the USA's first president.

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

From the City of Reno

From the City of Sparks:

In observance of Presidents' Day, Sparks City Hall will be closed on Monday, February 17, 2014.

This includes the Community Services Department and City Attorney's Office.

The Sparks Parks & Recreation Office (98 Richards Way) will be closed, as will the Alf Sorensen Community Center (1400 Baring Blvd) and the Larry D. Johnson Community Center (1200 12th Street.)

The Sparks Municipal Court (1450 C Street) will also be closed.

From the City of Sparks

From Washoe County:

Most Washoe County offices will be closed Monday, Feb. 17 due to the Presidents' Day holiday. The following will be closed on those days:

*             Administrative offices at the Washoe County Complex on Ninth Street in Reno

*             Washoe County Senior Services facilities

*             The Washoe County District Court

*             The Washoe County District Attorney's Office

*             Sparks Justice Court

*             Reno Justice Court

*             All Washoe County Libraries will be closed Monday, Feb. 17. The following libraries will also be closed Tuesday, Feb. 18: Duncan/Traner, Incline Village, North Valleys, Northwest, Senior Center, Sierra View, South Valleys & Sparks. Please visit http://www.washoecounty.us/library/ to place a hold, renew a checkout, download eBooks, research databases and more.

The following will be open:

*             The Washoe County Sheriff's Office reception and front desk area.

*             The office of the County Clerk at the Washoe County Complex on Ninth Street and Wells Avenue in Reno 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 to accept property tax payments for the Treasurer's Office.

From Washoe County

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