What offices, businesses will be closed?

What offices, businesses will be closed?


The Fourth of July, aka Independence Day, falls on Sunday, meaning many government offices and institutions are observing the holiday on Monday.

Monday is a federal holiday, so that means banks and post offices will be closed and there will be no mail delivery.

Federal buildings

Federal buildings, state of Illinois offices, the Sangamon County building and the city Municipal Building, along with Lincoln Library, will be closed.


Springfield School District 186 administrative offices are closed Monday and there are no summer boost classes that day. The board of education meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

The offices on the University of Illinois Springfield campus will be closed and there will be no classes held.

See also: Fireworks, music and food: Here’s where to celebrate 4th of July in the Springfield area

Fireworks explode over Pleasant Plains High School as people take in the show from the roof of their car, Friday, July 3, 2020, in Pleasant Plains, Ill. [Justin L. Fowler/The State Journal-Register]

Midwest Technical Institute’s Springfield campus also will be closed Monday with no classes scheduled.

Public transportation

Sangamon Mass Transit District buses will not be running Monday.

What is open in Springfield Monday? 

Offices at Lincoln Land Community College are open Monday and classes will be in session.

The Lincoln Home and the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum are open normal hours Monday.

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