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Denver City Government Closed Monday, May 25 for Memorial Day

Critical emergency functions remain in place in support of COVID-19 response

DENVER – Most City and County of Denver offices and facilities will be closed on Monday, May 25 in observance of the Memorial Day holiday and/or due to COVID-19. Critical emergency functions and operations will remain in place on Monday in support of Denver’s COVID-19 response.

The Mayor’s Office, City Council offices, Clerk and Recorder’s Office, Auditor’s Office, Denver County Court, and most city agencies will be closed. Additionally, trash, recycling, and composting will not be collected on Monday. Collection will be delayed one day for the remainder of the week.

3-1-1, the city’s information line for non-emergency services will be closed Monday, May 25. Service requests may be submitted via mobile device using Pocketgov or online at denvergov.org/denver311. Updates are available continuously on www.denvergov.org. Programming continues on Denver 8 TV. Visit www.Denver8.TV for schedule details.

Partner entities such as Denver Health will remain open, as will agencies that operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week, such as Denver International Airport. Sworn members of the Denver Sheriff, Police and Fire departments, and other emergency responders will report for duty Monday, May 25 as well.

Child and adult protection hotlines are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. To report suspected child abuse or neglect call 1-844-CO-4-KIDS (1-844-264-5437) from anywhere in Colorado. If you have any concerns about the abuse, neglect, or exploitation of an older adult or an adult with an intellectual or developmental disability, please call 720-944-4DHS (4347). Animal Protection Officers will be available to respond to emergencies as requested by the Denver Police Department.

A complete list of city cancellations, closures, and postponements due to COVID-19 is available at Denvergov.org.