People all over the United States are getting ready for Independence Day 2022 even though the Fourth of July is right around the corner. But will there be a garbage collection the following day?
Celebration of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence by the Continental Congress on this day in 1776 makes the Fourth of July one of the most important holidays in the United States of America.
As the day that marks the beginning of the United States as a free nation, it is commemorated throughout the country with festivities such as parades, carnivals, barbecues, and fairs.
Is there garbage pickup on 4th July?
The times that trash is collected on various holidays, such as Independence Day and other similar occasions, vary from county to county and city to city within each state.
Despite the fact that the Fourth of July is a federal holiday, the majority of counties have chosen to keep their regularly scheduled trash collection times this week.
On its website, the county government of North Escambia, which is located in Florida, says that “Residential sanitation collections for ECUA customers will be unaffected by the holiday (the fourth of July) and will be carried out as usual.”
On the other hand, there will be a change in the schedule for the collection of garbage from residents of the city of Pensacola, and there will be no collection on Monday. The ceremony will now take place on Tuesday, July 5, a day later than originally scheduled.
On Monday, July 4, there will be no adjustments made to the schedule for the collection of garbage in the City of Corpus Christi in the state of Texas.
However, because Des Moines, Iowa, in the state of Iowa will be observing the national holiday, garbage collection will be delayed by one day.
On the official website of your city or county, you will find information about the schedule for the collection of trash.
4th of July 2022 is the sixth federal holiday
The United States will celebrate its sixth and final national holiday of the year on July 4, 2022. The first five were the 1st of January (New Year’s Day), the 17th of January (Martin Luther King Jr. Day), the 21st of February (President’s Day), the 30th of May (Memorial Day), and the 19th of June (Juneteenth).
On July 2, 1776, Congress voted in favor of independence from Britain; however, the Declaration of Independence was not fully ready until July 4, 1776. This was despite the fact that Congress had voted in favor of independence on July 2, 1776.
Trash pick schedules Holidays
- New Year’s Day – Saturday, January 1
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – Monday, January 17
- Presidents’ Day – Monday, February 21
- Good Friday – Friday, April 15
- Memorial Day – Monday, May 30
- Juneteenth (Observed) – Monday, June 20
- Independence Day – Monday, July 4
- Labor Day – Monday, September 5
- Indigenous Peoples’ Day – Monday, October 10
- Veterans Day – Friday, November 11
- Thanksgiving – Thursday, November 24
- Christmas Day (Observed) – Monday, December 26