Trash and garbage pickup on Presidents Day, Monday, February 17, 2020, varies by each city, county, or homeowners’ association depending on the holiday schedule in their waste disposal contract.
To find out if there is garbage, trash, recycling, or yard waste pickup on Presidents Day in your locality, visit your garbage contractor’s website, which usually has the information.
For areas serviced by Waste Management, visit https://www.wm.com/us/en/myhome and enter your street address, then click on the holiday schedule link.
For areas serviced by Waste Pro, visit https://www.wasteprousa.com/find-your-city/ and enter your city, then click on the holiday schedule link.
Is Washington’s Birthday A Government Holiday?
Presidents Day is a government holiday which means that many schools and government offices are closed along with some private businesses.
Presidents Day originally came from the federal holiday for George Washington’s Birthday.
But after the observance was changed to the third Monday in February, the holiday has become to be known as “Presidents Day” to celebrate both Abraham Lincoln’s birthday and Washington’s birthday in most states.
However, the federal government has never officially changed the name from Washington’s Birthday to Presidents Day.