SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Federal, state and local government offices will be closed Monday in observance of Memorial Day.
In the city of San Diego, that includes administrative offices, the Tecolote Nature Center, libraries and recreation centers.
Other public facilities that will be open include municipal golf courses, Chollas Lake, the San Vicente Reservoir, Miramar Landfill and Mission Trails Regional Park visitor center. City-run pools will be open from noon to 4 p.m.
Curbside trash pick-up will be delayed one day this week.
County of San Diego offices and libraries will also be closed.
Also closed will be community and teen centers in Fallbrook, Lakeside and Spring Valley. The 4S Ranch Sports Park office will be closed, but adult hockey activities and all fields will remain open for regular use.
County-operated parks and campgrounds will remain open.
Metropolitan Transit System trolleys and most bus routes will operate on a Sunday schedule, with a special offer of one passenger free for each paid rider.
No service will be offered on most express, rapid express and rural routes. For details click here.
The North County Transit District's buses, Coaster train and Sprinter light rail line will operate on a Sunday schedule.
Authorities are on scene of a fatal accident at Balboa and Mount Abernathy. This is a breaking news story. Check back for updates.
The USNS Mercy hospital ship set sail from San Diego Friday morning for an international humanitarian mission in Asia.
A search is underway in Carlsbad after a boat washed ashore with bundles of drugs found floating in the water nearby.
A woman was killed early Friday morning on a Solana Beach freeway after apparently fleeing on foot from the site of a crash, authorities said.
San Diego State University senior forward Malik Pope allegedly received an improper loan from a sports agency sometime before Dec. 31, 2015, according to a report today citing documents filed by federal prosecutors in a nationwide college basketball corruption case.
The three-day California Democratic Party State Convention begins Friday at the San Diego Convention Center with a series of caucus meetings, workshops and panel discussions.
As the gun debate rages on, Democratic Congressman, Scott Peters, announced Friday that he will be sharing letters he has received from San Diegans who are pleading for Congress to address the country’s gun epidemic.
Light and scattered showers are possible early Friday in parts of San Diego County though the clouds are expected to clear up and sunny skies should prevail by the afternoon.
A veteran San Diego County sheriff's deputy accused of groping a dozen women while on duty over the past several years pleaded not guilty Thursday to 14 charges, including assault and battery by an officer, sexual battery and false imprisonment.