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MLK Day closures

JACKSON, Wyo. — Government offices are closed today in observance of Martin Luther King Jr./Equality Day.

The Teton County Trash Transfer Station and Recycling Center is closed to the public January 20. It will resume regular business hours on Tuesday, January 21. As always, outdoor recycling bins at the Recycling Center and throughout the community are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If bins are full, please don’t leave recyclables on the ground. Try a different community site, or hold them until bins can be emptied the following business day. Please be considerate and flatten all cardboard. Thank you for recycling!

Jackson Town Hall administrative offices are also closed today, and regularly-scheduled Town Council meetings have been rescheduled. Core service operations — police, Jackson Hole Fire/EMS, and Public Works — will continue to provide services. Call dispatch for non-emergency needs at 307-733-2331. START is still running.

Teton County offices are also closed, with the exception of the Sheriff’s Office.

Both branches of Teton County Library are closed today.

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