Leo Martin holds up a drawing he colored as he gets a Thanksgiving dinner provided by the San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission. (File photo by Michael Owen Baker/Los Angeles Daily News)

 

Government offices – Los Angeles city and county, national and state – and courts, libraries and schools are normally closed for the Thanksgiving Day holiday. City, county and state offices, libraries and superior courts are also closed on Nov. 27.

Here is a sampling of other services that are closed, have an altered service or are on a regular schedule on Nov. 26-27.

Banks: Closed, as are New York Stock Exchange markets, on Nov. 26. Some financial markets close early on Nov. 27.

Mail: The U.S. Postal Service does not deliver mail or packages and post offices are closed on Nov. 26. about.usps.com/newsroom/events; www.usps.com

Transit: Buses and subway services in Los Angeles run on a Sunday/holiday schedule (www.metro.net). Metrolink trains do not operate on the Ventura County or the Riverside lines (bit.ly/3lIIbnW). The Antelope Valley, San Bernardino, Orange County, 91/Perris Valley and Inland Empire-Orange County lines run on a Sunday service schedule (www.metrolinktrains.com).

Trash: Pickup is postponed by one day in Los Angeles beginning with Nov. 26 trash (picked up on Nov. 27) and Nov. 27 trash (picked up on Nov. 28). More information for Los Angeles: 800-773-2489; www.lacitysan.org). Trash is picked up on a regular schedule in Burbank (818-238-3800; bit.ly/2zmo1LD) and Glendale (818-548-3916; bit.ly/1Pvpsqa).

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