America’s Independence Day is Monday.
The Fourth of July holiday brings barbecues, fireworks and people sporting red, white and blue throughout communities across the nation. It bring closures, too.
America’s adoption of the Declaration of Independence in 1776 sparked a holiday that shuts down government offices, banks and businesses.
Check with your store before heading out as hours can vary and some stores will operate with reduced holiday hours.
But here’s which services and offices we know are open and closed come Monday:
What stores are open on July 4th? Here are the hours for Walmart, Costco, Target, and more
July Fourth weekend travel: Here are the best and worst times to leave for your road trip
Are banks open on July 4th?
Most banks will be closed Monday for Independence Day observances.
Are post offices open on July 4th? What about FedEx, UPS?
Post offices will be closed on Monday, and the U.S. Postal Service will not deliver mail or packages.
UPS store locations are closed and will have no pickup or delivery service. UPS Express Critical service will be available: Call 1-800-714-8779 or visit upsexpresscritical.com.
Some of FedEx’s office locations will be closed Monday. Customers should contact their local FedEx office for holiday hours, according to the company. Most of its shipping services will also be closed, including its home delivery.
Is the stock market open on July 4th?
American financial markets, including the New York Stock Exchange, will be closed on Monday. Exchanges operated by Nasdaq Inc. will also be closed.
Are government offices open on July 4th?
Non-essential federal, state and city government offices are closed Monday for the holiday.
Holiday shopping: 60+ best 4th of July sales to shop right now at Amazon, Walmart, Lowe’s and more
Travel tips for July Fourth: Here are 5 things to know before flying, driving this weekend.
Which stores are open on July 4th?
Many stores will remain open on Independence Day, some with modified hours. It’s advisable to check before visiting.
Natalie Neysa Alund covers trending news for USA TODAY. Reach her at email@example.com and follow her on Twitter @nataliealund.
Read the full article here