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City, county offices, bus service to be closed for July 4th holiday

Fayetteville Symphony concert with Grammy winner Norman Brown set in Festival Park


City and county offices will be closed and some services curtailed on Monday in observance of the Independence Day holiday. There will be no transit services on Monday.

The city and community organizations will host a free concert at 7 p.m. Monday at Festival Park. Gates will open at 4 p.m. Food trucks, vendors, a children’s area and fireworks will be included. Beer and wine will be available for purchase.

The concert will feature the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra and Grammy Award-winner Norman Brown, a contemporary jazz and R&B musician. Other musical guests will include the Fayetteville Symphonic Band and Black Seed featuring Von Demetriz.

The concert will conclude with fireworks. 

The holiday schedule for city departments and agencies is:

  • Police Department: The main station’s front lobby and records unit at 467 Hay St. will be closed Monday.
  • Solid Waste Division: Garbage and yard waste on Monday’s routes will be collected on Wednesday. Recycling on Monday’s routes will be collected as usual.
  • Fayetteville Regional Airport: Administrative offices will be closed Monday. All other operations will be on a regular schedule.
  • Fayetteville Area System of Transit: Bus service and other transit services will be closed.
  • Parks and Recreation: Pools and splash pads will be open Monday. All other recreation facilities will be closed. Parks, trails and green spaces will remain accessible.

Cumberland County offices and the court system will be closed Monday for the holiday, including all library locations, landfills and Animal Services.

Solid waste landfill and container sites and Animal Services will operate on regular hours Saturday.

Libraries will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday. The Headquarters Library at 300 Maiden Land will be closed Sunday.

Animal Services will be open from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday. To report an after-hours animal emergency, call Cumberland County Emergency Services at 910-323-1141 or report it to 911.

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