FAIRFIELD — Local offices and a few area roads will close, Friday, as the nation observes the Independence Day holiday.
Fairfield City Hall will be closed Thursday as well as Friday, but police and fire services will not be interrupted, according to a Fairfield press release. Vacaville City Hall will be closed Friday and Suisun City Hall will be closed on that day as usual.
There will be no mail delivery Friday and the post office will also be closed.
Courts will not be in session Friday and Solano County offices and libraries will be closed.
Residential garbage collection may be delayed because of the July 4 holiday, according to the Solano Garbage Company-Republic Services website. As a general rule, holidays push residential pickup schedules back one day with regular schedules resuming the following week. For more information, call Republic Services at 437-8900.
Independence Day celebrations in Fairfield and surrounding cities will affect traffic on some roadways. Suisun City’s Independence Day Spectacular from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. will shut Driftwood Drive from Main Street east to the southern Hampton Inn & Suites parking lot entrance. In downtown Fairfield, a 10 a.m. parade will close Texas Street from Taylor Street to Union Avenue.
Vacaville’s Fourth of July celebration Friday at the Creekwalk and Andrews Park will shut streets downtown from 5-10 p.m. Traffic will be blocked from East Monte Vista Avenue from Dobbins Street to Markham Avenue; McClellan Street from Catherine Street to East Monte Vista Avenue; School Street west of McClellan Street; and East Main Street from Dobbins to McClellan streets. The McBride Senior Center parking lot and the lot across from Dobbins Street will be reserved for handicap parking. To view a map of the street closures, visit http://bit.ly/1sCZJns.
The Daily Republic office will be closed Friday.