Monday, February 26, 2024

What’s open, closed for Labor Day

Take that Stanford and Cornell
Williamsburg’s municipal buildings will be closed on Labor Day.

Many workers will get an extra day off for the long Labor Day weekend. Here is the holiday schedule for Williamsburg and James City and York counties.

Government offices

FEDERAL — Closed Monday.

STATE — Closed Monday.


Williamsburg — Closed Monday.

James City County — Closed Monday.

Virginia Cooperative Extension Service — Closed Monday.

York County — Closed Monday.

York-Poquoson Social Services — Closed Monday.


Williamsburg-James City County — Closed Monday.

York-Poquoson — Closed Monday.

Public libraries

Williamsburg Regional Library — All facilities closed Sunday and Monday.

York County — Closed Monday.

Waste management

James City County — Closed Monday.

York County — Regular schedule (administrative office closed Monday).

Garbage pickup

Williamsburg — Will be delayed one day. Regularly scheduled Monday collection will be picked up on Tuesday, and regularly scheduled Tuesday collection will be picked up on Wednesday.

York County — Regular schedule.


James City County — Regular pickup schedule, recycling centers closed Monday.

York County — Regular pickup schedule.

Recreation centers

Williamsburg — Quarterpath Recreation Center closed Monday.

James City County — James City County Recreation Center and Abram Frink Jr. Community Center closed Monday.


Williamsburg — All city parks open.

James City County — All parks open. Freedom Park store/office closed Monday. Chickahominy Riverfront Park store/office, James City County Marina store/office and Little Creek Reservoir Park store/office open regular hours.


Post offices closed Monday. No delivery.

ABC stores

Open until 6 p.m. Monday.

For more information on Labor Day closings, visit James City County, the City of Williamsburg or York County online.

Alexa Doiron
Alexa Doiron
Alexa Doiron is a multimedia reporter for WYDaily. She graduated from Roanoke College and is currently working on a master’s degree in English at Virginia Commonwealth University. Alexa was born and raised in Williamsburg and enjoys writing stories about local flair. She began her career in journalism at the Warhill High School newspaper and, eight years later, still loves it. After working as a news editor in Blacksburg, Va., Alexa missed Williamsburg and decided to come back home. In her free time, she enjoys reading Jane Austen and playing with her puppy, Poe. Alexa can be reached at

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