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City of Concord closed for Thanksgiving holiday

City of Concord closed for Thanksgiving holiday

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In observance of Thanksgiving, city of Concord offices will be closed on Thursday and Friday. Thursday and Friday garbage, recycling and bulky waste customers will have a one-day delay, with Thursday’s items collected Friday and Friday’s items collected Saturday.

In observance of Thanksgiving, city of Concord offices will be closed Thursday, Nov. 26, and Friday, Nov. 27.

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday’s garbage, recycling and bulky waste collection operated on a regular schedule. However, Thursday and Friday customers will have a one-day delay, with Thursday’s items collected Friday and Friday’s items collected Saturday. Also, there will be no yard waste or loose-leaf collection.

Customers are reminded that all garbage, recycling and bulky waste must be placed at the curb by 6 a.m. on their collection day. If items are set out after 6 a.m., they may not be located and can miss collection. Customers should consider placing items at the curb after 5 p.m. the night before and can visit concordnc.gov/whatsmyday or download the CARTology mobile app to verify their collection schedule.

Rider Transit will not be in service on Thursday, Nov. 26, but will resume regular service Friday, Nov. 27.

City parks and greenways will be open on the regular schedule. However, the Academy, Hartsell and Logan Recreation Centers will be closed Thursday, Nov. 26; open from noon to 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 27; and open from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 28.

The public is reminded to join the city online for the virtual 92nd annual Concord Holiday Parade — Journey Through Time. Although in a different format than in years past, the parade will keep its tradition of helping to ignite the holiday spirit. Join in a journey through time, highlighting unforgettable memories of years past. Sit back in the warmth and dry comfort of your home while we bring tidings of joy and even a possible check-in from a special guest since he can now zoom in from the North Pole! The parade will air at both 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. on CabCoTV online or Spectrum Channel 22,  through Dec. 31. For additional information, visit cabarrusevents.org.

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