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Posted on: May 1, 2023

Gainesville offices closed Memorial Day: Monday, May 29

GAINESVILLE, Ga. (May 1, 2023) – The City of Gainesville will observe Memorial Day Monday, May 29, resulting in unavailability of the following facilities and services:

All administrative offices, including those at the:

  • Gainesville Administration Building
  • Gainesville Community and Economic Development Building
  • Gainesville Public Safety Complex (Gainesville Police Department + Gainesville Fire Department)
  • Gainesville Water Resources Building (Queen City Parkway)
  • Gainesville Civic Center (Gainesville Parks & Recreation), etc.

Gainesville-Hall County Community Service Center, including:

  • Meals on Wheels
  • Senior Life Center
  • Fingerprinting services

Transportation, including:

  • WeGo

Garbage and recycling

  • No garbage or recycling will be picked up Monday, May 29. Customers should hold their garbage and recycling until the following day. From May 30-June 2, all customers' garbage and recycling will be picked up one day later than usual.

The City will return to business as usual Tuesday, May 30.

For more information and timely updates, visit or find @GainesvilleGeorgiaGovernment on Facebook.

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