SAN DIEGO (CNS) - City, county, state and federal facilities will be closed Monday in observance of the Christmas holiday.
San Diego city refuse pickup will be one day late this week.
City libraries, recreation centers and pools will be closed Monday.
Libraries will have a holiday schedule this week, available at sandiegolibrary.org.
The municipal golf courses will be open, but the Balboa Park and Torrey Pines courses will close at 5 p.m. Monday.
The Mission Trails Regional Park Visitors Center and Chollas Lake was closed Sunday but reopens Monday.
Parking meters will not be enforced Monday.
For the county of San Diego, offices will be closed through Monday and reopen Tuesday.
In Chula Vista and El Cajon, city offices will be closed until Jan. 3, including libraries and recreation centers.
The Metropolitan Transit System's trolley trains will operate on a Saturday schedule Monday, as will most MTS buses.
There will be no rural bus service or express bus service Monday, except for Express Route 20, which will run on a Saturday schedule. More information can be obtained at sdmts.com/Bus/detours/HolidayCalendar.asp.
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