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Residential curbside trash will not be collected on the observed holiday and will be delayed by one day the remainder of the week. Residents can download the COMO Recycle and Trash App for collection day reminders and service notifications. Questions concerning the collection schedule should be directed to the Contact Center at 573.874.CITY (2489). The landfill will also be closed Monday.
Go COMO, Columbia's public transit system, will not operate, and parking meter regulations will not be enforced on the observed holiday. Although administrative offices for both the police and fire departments will be closed, all other emergency services will be available.
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Columbia/Boone County Public Health and Human Services (PHHS) will not update COVID-19 numbers on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The Information Hub at CoMo.gov/Coronavirus will be updated Tuesday, Jan. 18, and will include data from Saturday, Sunday, and Monday.
The City's Activity & Recreation Center (ARC) will operate at normal hours on Monday, 5:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Please visit CoMo.gov/Utilities for phone numbers to contact staff regarding emergencies related to Water & Light, Sewer and Stormwater.
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