Are Banks Open On Veterans Day, Veterans Day 2012 closures for the Monday holiday on Nov. 12 include major government offices, schools, banks, and county and city services. It’s a nationally recognized holiday in which several federal, state, and city offices are closed for the day.
The holiday is about saluting the United States service men and women for sacrifices they make for their country. It honors active military, retired service members, and veterans for all they do to protect America.
Military personnel are especially appreciated in America with the ongoing war on terror. Citizens are thankful for what they do and in observance of the holiday, the following offices are closed Monday. Normal operating hours will resume Tuesday, Nov. 13.
In acknowledging the national holiday Monday, most state and local offices will be closed. DMV and courthouses will be shut down as well Monday. Government web sites will provide details. The U.S. Post Office will be closed. No mail will be delivered on Veterans Day. The majority of banks will be part of the Veterans Day 2012 closures as well. Customers need to check with their local branches to find out if they are. Most schools and libraries won’t be open. Their normal hours will resume on Tuesday.
City transportation, such as buses and trains are changing to their mass transit holiday schedule. Local stations will have details on their times and routes.
There will be no garbage collection on Veterans Day.
It’s possible some local offices are on the list for Veterans Day closures. Be sure to check out local information on this. Restaurants will still remain open, with many honoring veterans with free meals and food. Various forms of ID are accepted in order for military personnel to take advantage of their offers.