Fourth of July 2021: What’s open, what’s closed on Sunday, July 4th? UPS, FedEx, banks, mail delivery, stock

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The Fourth of July 2021 holiday is Sunday, July 4, 2021.

It’s an American holiday that became a tradition in the 18th century during the American Revolution. On July 4, 1776, delegates from the 13 colonies adopted the Declaration of Independence, a historic document drafted by Thomas Jefferson, after the Continental Congress voted in favor of independence.

Many people celebrate the holiday by attending family barbecues, attending parades, or going to fireworks displays such as Jersey City’s Freedom and Fireworks event that will take place on Sunday, July 4.

Here is everything to know about what’s open and what’s closed on Fourth of July 2021 (Sunday, July 4th).

Yes, the Fourth of July is the sixth federal and state holiday of the year.

However, because the holiday falls on a Sunday, many offices and businesses observe the federal holiday on Monday, July 5, 2021.

No, the United States Postal Service will not be open on July 4, 2021.

Although the post office will recognize the Fourth of July on Monday, July 5, 2021, as a holiday for its employees, U.S. Postal Service is usually closed on Sundays and the holiday is no exception.

There will be no regular mail delivery on Sunday, July 4th, 2021.

FedEx and UPS will also not be delivering on Sunday, July 4, 2021, except for FedEx Custom Critical and UPS Custom Critical.

Many in-person and drive-thru services will be closed on Sunday.

The following banks are scheduled to be closed on the Fourth of July:

While some stores will choose to close on the Fourth of July, most will remain open the entire holiday weekend. Some even may be offering sales and deals to celebrate the federal holiday.

Here are some stores that will be open Sunday, July 4th, according to their websites and lists on places like Good Housekeeping, Patch and Country Living.

The following stores will be closed Sunday, July 4:

There are plenty of online sales for the Fourth of July. Here are just a few:

Most restaurants are starting to reopen their indoor dining areas as well as their outdoor dining areas as vaccination rates increase and cases of the coronavirus decrease.

Here are some restaurant chains confirmed to be open on Sunday, July 4, according to a report by Country Living:

The New York Stock Exchange is closed on weekends. It will be observing the Fourth of July on Monday, July 5, and will be closed that day as well.

Nasdaq trading and bond markets also will be closed.

NJ Transit will be observing the Fourth of July holiday on Monday, July 5. Riders should use NJ Transit’s online trip planner to double-check arrival and departure times.

NJ Transit will operate a normal Sunday schedule on Sunday, July 4. Riders should use NJ Transit’s online trip planner to double-check arrival and departure times.

PATH will be operating on a Saturday schedule on July 4 and SEPTA will be operating on its usual Sunday schedule on July 4.

All Motor Vehicle Commission locations are usually closed on Sundays, but they will also be closed on Monday, July 5, to observe the 4th of July holiday.

The next federal holiday is Labor Day on Monday, Sept. 6, 2021.

For more information about the history of the Fourth of July, check out the video below:

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What's open and closed this July 4th weekend - KVIA

KVIA El Paso 03 July, 2021 - 12:03am

While the pandemic is not over, the United States is in a better spot to celebrate compared to last July 4 now that more than half the country’s adult population is fully vaccinated against the virus.

This year, the Fourth of July falls on a Sunday, so it’s also being observed by the federal government and some businesses on Monday, July 5.

Here’s what that means for where you can go this long weekend.

All City of El Paso administrative offices will be closed on Monday, July 5, 2021. Administrative offices will resume business on Tuesday, July 6.

Residential trash and recycling collection will not be affected by the holiday because trash is not collected on Mondays.

A complete list of city services and facility closures is posted at

Most major grocery stores and retailers are open Sunday and Monday.

One exception is Costco, which is closed July 4. It will be open on Monday.

Your pharmacy may also be closed Sunday. So it’s best to call ahead to be safe, especially since some hours may vary by location.

Banks are always closed on Sundays, so July 4 is no exception. But many, such as Wells Fargo and Bank of America, will treat Monday as a holiday, so your bank will likely be closed on that day too. If you need cash, ATMs are always an option.

The stock market also observes July 5 as a holiday, so investors will have to hold off trading one more day this weekend.

The same goes for the US Postal Service. It’s typically closed on Sundays, but will also observe July 5 as a holiday this year.

That’s generally the case for any government-owned facilities, such as the DMV and public libraries. So you’ll have to save those trips for when they reopen Tuesday.

If you’re banking on UPS or FedEx to help you out when USPS can’t, those might be able to help you out Monday.

UPS and FedEx locations are closed on July 4 and they won’t be making deliveries, but offices are open the next day. Locations may have modified hours though. So, like most of these places, it’s safest to call ahead.

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