As families take off for the long three-day weekend, the City of Long Beach announced what services will be closed in observance of the holiday on Monday. In addition to the closures, health officials also urged Long Beach residents and visitors to practice all health and safety protocols concerning COVID-19, such as wearing a mask in public spaces.
Open on Monday, May 31 during regular business hours:
- Fire Stations and Lifeguard Stations
- All City parks and trails
- Long Beach Airport
- El Dorado Regional Park (El Dorado Nature Center is closed)
- Alamitos Bay Marina and Shoreline Marina offices
- Main Police Station Front Desk
- Refuse and Recycling Collection
- Gas Services Dispatch (562-570-2140) open 24/7 for emergency calls
- Water/Sewer Dispatch (562-570-2390) open 24/7 for emergency calls
Closed on Monday, May 31:
- All City-run COVID-19 testing and vaccination sites
- Animal Care Services and spcaLA
- WorkPlace, Youth Opportunity Center and Pacific Gateway Administrative offices
- City Hall
- Citizen Police Complaint Commission
- Building and Safety Services, including inspections, plan reviews and Permit Center
- Code Enforcement services, including the COVID-19 Venue Task Force Energy Resources offices
- Fire Headquarters, Support Services, Fire Prevention & Operations, including Marine Safety Administration
- Health Department and Health facilities
- Housing Authority
- Long Beach Airport administration offices
- Neighborhood Resource Center
- Park offices and community park facilities
- Special Events and Filming
- Street sweeping
- Swimming pools
- Towing and Lien Sales
- Water Department offices
- Gas, Water and Refuse Call Centers
- City Hall remains closed to the public until further notice, except for scheduled appointments for the Permit Center. Residents are encouraged to utilize online services during this time.
- There will be no street sweeping or enforcement of street sweeping violations on Monday, May 31. Street sweeping will resume its regular schedule on Tuesday, June 1.
- Parking meters will be enforced on Monday, May 31, unless the meter states “Exempt on Holidays.” The days and hours of enforcement are displayed inside the meters.
- Trash will be collected as scheduled on Monday, May 31.
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