MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Veterans Day was Sunday, but Monday is a postal holiday. As such, U.S. Postal Service offices will be closed, and mail won’t be delivered. Other delivery services, such as FedEx and UPS, shouldn’t be affected.


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The observance of Veterans Day is also a bank holiday, meaning that most banks will be closed.

Still, some banks are opens. TCF Bank, for instance, has locations that’ll be open on Monday.

Parking Meters

Parking meters are free Monday in St. Paul.

In Minneapolis, they are also free, although the meters do not say so.

City officials told WCCO-TV that meters are taking money, but there’s no one on duty Monday to ticket those who don’t pay.

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It appears the machines weren’t updated to mark Veterans Day observance as a holiday.

If you’re a University of Minnesota student (schools aren’t closed), those meters will still be enforced.

Likewise, Minneapolis Park Board meters will also need to be fed.

Metro Transit

Buses and trains will be running as usual Monday. So you won’t need to find another way into work or school.


Garbage pickup services should operate as usual.

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