Rapid City offices adjust schedules for Veterans Day

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RAPID CITY, S.D. -

City government offices will be closed for Friday's federal observance of Veterans Day, which is Saturday. The closures include the City/School Administration Center at 300 Sixth St.

The United States Postal Service will be open and delivering Friday. There will be no deliveries Saturday, and post offices will be closed that day.

Rapid Transit Services including RapidRide and Dial-A-Ride services will be closed Friday. Both locations of the Rapid City Public Library - the downtown library at 610 Quincy St. and the north library at 10 Van Buren St. - will be closed both Friday and Saturday.

Trash collection is altered this week with Tuesday through Friday collection taking place a day earlier than routinely scheduled. There is no collection Friday.  The City Landfill will be open Friday but will be closed on Saturday.

Administrative offices for the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center will be closed Friday; however, event staff will be supporting facility events Friday and Saturday, and the box office will be open 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. through scheduled events on Saturday.

Rapid City Regional Airport's administrative offices will be closed Friday; however, the airport will be open for daily operations. Administrative offices for the Rapid City Fire and Police Departments will be closed Friday but will be operating regular shift schedules.

The Roosevelt Park Swim Center and the Roosevelt Park Ice Arena will be open Friday and Saturday and will operate regular daily schedules.

The annual Veterans Day Parade will be held in downtown Rapid City at 11 a.m. Saturday with a luncheon to follow at the VFW Post Home.


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