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Columbus Day closures in Aspen

Staff report
The Aspen TImes
Aspen, CO, Colorado

ASPEN – Many Aspen financial institutions, government offices and other entities will be closed Monday in observance of the Columbus Day holiday. Also, Monday is a free-parking day in the city – don’t feed the meters.

The closures include:

• Alpine Bank, 600 E. Hopkins Ave.

• American National Bank, 325 E. Main St.

• Community Bank, 210 N. Mill St.

• Timberline Bank, 720 E. Hyman Ave.

• U.S. Bank, 420 E. Main St.

• Vectra Bank, 534 E. Hyman Ave.

• U.S. Postal Service, 235 Puppy Smith St.

• City of Aspen Parking Department, 540 E. Main St.

• Aspen-Pitkin County Housing Authority, 530 E. Main St.

• Pitkin County District Court proceedings, 506 E. Main St.

• City of Aspen government administration, City Hall, 130 S. Galena St. Thus, the City Council’s regular meeting will be held Tuesday at 5 p.m., not today (Monday is the usual regular meeting day).

The following entities will be open Monday:

• Pitkin County government administration, 530 E. Main St. Monday is the second-to-last day to register to vote for eligibility in the Nov. 6 election.

• Wells Fargo Bank, 119 S. Mill St.

This list does not purport to be all-inclusive. To check the Columbus Day status of a government office, financial institution or other entity, try calling that office directly.


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