Labor Day weekend is upon us, heralding the imminent return of pumpkin spice lattes and everything fall.
Fairfax County government offices will be closed in honor of the holiday, but some facilities will remain open.
Fairfax County Public Schools will also observe the holiday. All libraries will also be closed.
Trash and recycling
Fairfax County advises residents to contact their trash and recycling collector directly for any service schedule changes due to the holiday.
Metrorail, Metrobus, and MetroAccess will operate on a Sunday schedule. Because of the holiday, customers will benefit from off-peak fares, and parking will be free all day.
There’s also another reason to celebrate: Labor Day is the last day of closures at five Orange Line stations.
Fairfax Connector will operate on a Sunday schedule.
All recreational centers will be open for regular hours with the exception of the George Washington Rec Center, which is closed for the day.
All historic sites will be closed, alongside county-run nature centers. Frying Pan Farm Park is open, but its visitors center is closed. Green Spring Gardens will be closed to the public.
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