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Independence Day closures for Fargo, Moorhead, West Fargo

City and county offices in West Fargo, Fargo, Moorhead, Cass County and Clay County will be closed Monday, July 4.

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FARGO — City and county offices and services across the metro area will be closed to observe Independence Day on Monday, July 4.

Fargo, Moorhead, West Fargo, Cass County and Clay County offices will be closed Monday.

Those closures include Fargo Cass Public Health, fire and police department lobbies, MATBUS offices, and all Fargo, Moorhead and West Fargo library branches.

MATBUS will have no services Monday, and regular routes will resume Tuesday.

In Fargo and Moorhead, Monday's garbage and recycling routes will be collected Tuesday. In West Fargo, Monday's trash route will be picked up Tuesday, and recycling service will be delayed by one day all week. The altered schedules may cause earlier or later pickup times.

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The Clay County landfill, West Fargo Transfer Station, Fargo Sanitary Landfill and Household Hazardous Waste facility will be closed Monday.

The West Fargo City Commission's meeting scheduled for July 4 has been canceled. The next meeting will be Monday, July 18.

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