Thanksgiving closures |

Thanksgiving closures

Federal, state and local government offices will be closed Thursday in observance of Thanksgiving.


Allegheny County’s Marriage License and Passport Office will close at 4:30 p.m., rather than 7:30 p.m.


• The Allegheny County Department of Court Records, the courts and the District Attorney’s Office will be closed.

• All other county offices will be open.

• City and state offices, including PennDOT centers, will be closed. State liquor stores will be open.

• Federal offices and courts will be open.

• Trash collections in Pittsburgh scheduled for Thursday will be delayed one day.

• Carnegie Library branches will be open.

• The Port Authority will operate on a normal schedule.

• Mail will be delivered and collected Friday.

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