What’s Open & Closed on Memorial Day 2020

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FRAMINGHAM – Monday, May 25 is Memorial Day.

Memorial Day is a federal holiday honoring and mourning the military personnel, who had died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. 

Federal, state, and municipal offices, including the City of Framingham’s Memorial Building are closed on Monday. Ashland and Natick Town Halls are also closed. (Although physical buildings have been closed since March due to the coronavirus pandemic)

The Governor has advised residents to respect social distancing guidelines during the holiday weekend.

Under the Governor’s phase one re-opening plan, the state’s beaches can re-open today, May 25.

Hair salons and barber shops are allowed to re-open today, too.

Car washes can re-open today as well.

The City of Marlborough has cancelled its annual Memorial Day parade.

Framingham’s Mayor Yvonne Spicer has cancelled its Memorial day events.

There is no curbside trash or recycling collection on Monday in Framingham. Framingham DPW will be on a one-day delayed scheduled for collection the rest of the week.

Mail: Post offices closed; express delivery and Amazon available, but no home delivery.

Supermarkets: Open

Convenience stores: Open

Banks: Some open and some closed.

Stockmarket: Closed


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