UPDATED: Presidents Day: What's Closed, What's Open

Check our list of who has the day off before you run your errands. Plus, tell us who your favorite U.S. president is.

  • UPDATED (10 a.m. Monday, Feb. 20): Information on library and banks.

Poor Washington and Lincoln. They never got off on their birthdays when they were alive. The also didn't have wireless internet and smartphones, yet they were still able to accomplish quite a bit in their day. Like founding a new country and repairing that same country after a civil war.

Now, we--at least, some of us--reap the benefits of their achievements by getting the day off for this federal holiday. Here's a list of what's closed and what's open Monday. Check it out before you head out on your errands.

Village government: Administration offices will be closed. The normally scheduled Village Board meeting will be moved to Tuesday, Feb. 21, at the Frankfort Police station.

Frankfort Township: The offices for the township will be closed.

Postal service: There is no mail delivery, and the Frankfort Post Office will be closed.

Schools: Lincoln-Way District 210, Frankfort District 157-C and Summit Hill District 161 schools all will be closed.

Library: Frankfort Public Library will be closed.

Park districts: Frankfort and Frankfort Square park districts will be open

Trash: Monday home pickup will continue as normal.

Banks: Most are closed today, but check with your local branch just in case. Old Plank Trail Community Bank's Frankfort location will be open.

Did we miss a place? Tell us in the comments section.

Opinion 1 February 20, 2012 at 02:52 PM
As a customer of Old Plank Trail Community Bank I can state they are open today. Per my email messasge from the Bank, "their locations at 20901 S. LaGrange Road / Frankfort, 20012 Wolf Road / Mokena and 280 Veterans Parkway / New Lenox observe Presidents Day - however are open today to assist our customers with their banking needs". What a GREAT Bank!


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