SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Monday is the official work holiday for the new year, so government offices and facilities will be closed.
The city of San Diego's municipal golf courses will be open, but Torrey Pines and Balboa Park will close at 5 p.m.
City trash collection will be pushed back one day throughout the week.
Residents of other cities should check with their trash haulers.
San Diego libraries, recreation centers and pools will be closed. Chollas Lake will be open.
Parking meters will not be enforced.
County of San Diego offices, libraries and animal facilities will be closed, but parks will be open. Community centers and teen centers on park properties will shut down for the day.
Most Metropolitan Transit System buses and trolleys will operate on a Saturday schedule. There will be no rural bus service. Details are available at sdmts.com.
The North County Transit District will operate its buses and trains on a normal weekday schedule.
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