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Are banks open President's Day? List of banks open and what is closed

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Are banks open President's Day? What are some other closings on Monday, Feb. 17? A list of banks open for the official government holiday are listed below.

WWLP22 News reports Feb. 17 that a number of closings will be in effect on President's Day 2014.

Whenever a holiday falls on a Friday or Monday, people wonder what is open and closed that day. The post office will be closed, but FedEx and UPS will operate as normal. Some local businesses may or may not be open on Feb. 17.

What is closed President's Day 2014:

  • Federal offices
  • Post offices
  • New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)
  • Most state, county and city offices
  • DMV
  • Most schools and credit unions
  • Libraries
  • Garbage and recycling pickup services

MyBankTracker listed these banks as open on President's Day:

  • Wells Fargo
  • Chase
  • TD Bank
  • PNC Bank (grocery outlets ONLY)
  • SunTrust (grocery outlets ONLY)

If garbage or recycling services are scheduled for Monday, then the following day services will resume that schedule. Also, be sure to check local banks to see if they are open on President's Day.

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