Check for Canton services and offices that are already closed or closing early this week for Christmas.
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Dec 23, 2019 12:57 pm ET
CANTON, GA — Most services will be closed on Christmas, but Canton residents should also be aware of closures on surrounding days like Christmas Eve.
Here’s a look at some of what will be open and what will be closed in Canton on and around Monday, Dec. 23, Tuesday, Dec. 24 (Christmas Eve) and Wednesday, Dec. 25:
- Cherokee County government will be closed Tuesday, Dec. 24, Wednesday, Dec. 25 and Thursday, Dec. 26.
- Cherokee County Schools are off Dec. 23 to Jan. 3, 2020. Jan. 6, 2020 is a teacher planning day. Students return Jan. 7, 2020.
- Municipal offices for Canton will be closed Monday through Wednesday.
- All Sequoyah Regional Library System branches will be closed Monday through Thursday.
- Garbage pick up will have a one day delay in service in Canton. If your regularly scheduled service day falls on or after one of these three holidays, your service will be delayed by one day to ensure everyone is serviced. Advanced Disposal service will run on Saturdays those weeks to accommodate this schedule.
- Christmas is a federal holiday and all U.S. Postal Service post offices will be closed. No mail will be delivered or sent. Regular business hours will resume Dec. 26.
- All banks are closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas day.
- Publix: All stores open at regular hours and close at 7 p.m. on Christmas Eve. All stores and pharmacies will be closed on Christmas day. Store hours may vary. Locate a store near you for specific store hours.
- Kroger: All stores are open regular hours on Christmas Eve. All stores will be closed on Christmas day. Contact stores for pharmacy hours.
Know of any other businesses that will be closed? Post in the comments below to let us know.
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