Labor Day, which takes place this year on Monday September 3, celebrates the many social and economic achievements of American workers: the 40-hour workweek, the 8-hour workday, the right to be safe in the workplace, a minimum wage, pensions, health insurance and many other benefits.
Today we'll head to a barbecue or enjoy the hot bargains in store for shoppers at Labor Day sales. We'll relax, enjoy our day off from work and say thanks.
Here is a list of what’s open and what’s closed in observance of the holiday:
Most government offices will be closed Monday.
will be closed Monday. Express mail will be delivered.
Trash will not be picked up on Monday (Monday pick-ups will be on Tuesday). Trash collection will be one day late for the remainder of the week.
Most grocery stores and supermarkets are open with regular hours Monday, include , andin Encino.
Most standalone banks and credit unions will be closed. However, in-store branches such as the US Bank located inside on Ventura Boulevard and Hayvenhurst will be open.
The will be closed Monday.
Most medical providers will be closed Monday, with a few exceptions.
All area schools will be closed Monday.
Convenience stores and most retail stores will be open. Look for those deep Labor Day discounts!