SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Local, state and federal government offices throughout San Diego County will be closed Monday in observance of Memorial Day.
City parking meters and time restrictions on parking and yellow zones will not be enforced. Red, white and blue zone parking regulations will still be enforced.
All city recreation centers will be closed. City pools will be open from noon to 3 p.m.
Balboa Park will remain open, but all public buildings will be closed.
Museums which usually operate on Mondays will be open.
Chollas Lake will be open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., and the Mission Trails Park Visitor center will be open its normal hours.
City golf courses and starter booths will be open and holiday rates will apply.
Police and Fire emergency crews will not be impacted, and Station 38, the citywide emergency dispatch center will be on duty.
There will be a one-day delay in trash, yard waste and curbside recycling collection for San Diego customers served by the Environmental Services Department and Monday's collections will be picked up Tuesday, and Friday's collections will be picked up on Saturday.
All Chula Vista facilities will be closed, including libraries, pools and recreation centers. The Chula Vista Nature Center will be open normal hours. Trash collection will also be delayed by one day.
The city's Miramar Landfill will remain open.
The debate over dockless bikes rolled into Pacific Beach as the Town Council held a panel Wednesday night with bike and scooter sharing companies: Bird, LimeBike, ofo and Mobike.
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Tieray Jones walked out of jail a free man Wednesday night just hours after a judge decided to not re-try him in the death of his stepson nearly 16-years ago.
DMV officers were out Wednesday, looking for people abusing the system. One woman was in tears as she was caught using a handicap placard issued to her adult son - who wasn't with her on the shopping trip.
A Serra High School freshman was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of scrawling a threat about a school shooting in a restroom at the Tierrasanta campus.
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Escondido police sought public help Wednesday to identify a woman suspected of stealing from two jewelry stores this week while as many as 10 accomplices distracted store employees.