BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Monday is the federal holiday Columbus Day, marking Christopher Columbus’ first voyage to America.

It also means the post office is closed and so is the Department of Motor Vehicles.

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The Baltimore City Department of Public Works also reminds city residents that DPW offices and yards are closed.

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Regular trash, recycling and bulk collections are not scheduled for Monday either.

Some banks are also closed, including the M&T Bank locations downtown, the Bank of America on N. Charles Street, Old Line Bank on N. Charles Street, and the Wells Fargo Bank on St. Paul Street.

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But- if you’re expecting a delivery, FedEx and UPS will still be working. And if you’re trying to park downtown, parking meters will still be in effect.