We are well into the Christmas and New Year's Holidays and some of you may be wondering about what services, businesses and more will be open or closed between now and the end of the year.

Well, the City of San Angelo has posted some of that information including City office closures. Some of the City operations that will be closed Dec. 23rd, 24th and 31st include Municipal Court, the water billing offices, McNease Convention Center, the Parks and Recreation offices, San Angelo-Tom Green County Health Department,  and the San Angelo Animal Shelter.

A couple of San Angelo attractions that will be closed Dec. 23rd, 25th, 31st & Jan.1st include Fort Concho & The Nature Center.

Also keep in mind that Banks, Financial institutions and almost all Government offices and services will be closed so be sure to check their hours of operation and get your business done without unwanted surprises.

As far as getting rid of all of those Christmas wrappings, boxes, Christmas dinner leftovers and disposables, here's some good news! There will be no interruption of trash service over the Christmas and New Year’s Holidays. Don't head to the landfill though on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day because it will be closed both days.

If you have plans to dine at a favorite restaurant or perhaps take visiting guest to one of San Angelo's local attractions, stores or whatever...you may want to confirm they are open.

For more information click here.

Here's to wishing you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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