Many but not all government workers will have Monday off to observe Martin Luther King's 60th birthday, known as Human Rights Day in Utah.
Federal and most state offices will close. The Legislature will be in session, though, and the governor's office will stay open to work with the lawmakers. Salt Lake City and Salt Lake County offices will be closed, but West Valley and Sandy employees will have to work.Banks will close and there will be no regular mail delivery. But many stores will be open and are hoping for a busy shopping day. Parking meters in downtown Salt Lake are free for the day.
Most garbage pickup will be on a normal schedule as will Utah Transit Authority buses.
Ten of the state's 40 school districts will take the day off - Iron, Millard, Ogden, Weber, Jordan, Salt Lake, Granite, Tooele, Davis and Carbon.