What's Closed In Greenburgh For Martin Luther King Day

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Greenburgh schools and town government offices will close in observance of Martin Luther King Day on Monday. Photo Credit: Samantha Kramer

GREENBURGH, N.Y. — Here's a list of what's open and what's closed in Greenburgh on Monday, Jan. 21, for Martin Luther King Day.

  • All Greenburgh schools and post offices will be closed.
  • Most of Greenburgh's banks will close. Check with your local bank to see if it is open.
  • Greenburgh Town Hall and Elmsford Village Hall are both closed. Sanitation pickup will resume Tuesday.
  • The Greenburgh Public Library will be closed.
  • The Theodore D. Young Community Center will be closed.
  • Most local stores and venues, including the Hartsdale Starbucks, A&P Supermarket and CVS, will remain open.
  • Parking meters will still be in effect throughout Greenburgh, including street meters, Site A parking, Site B parking and Site D parking.
  • Greenburgh Multiplex Cinemas will remain open.
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So does this mean the library will be open on Sunday since they are closed today?

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