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Federal Holidays
The courts and our offices are closed on these holidays.
Holiday Date Next Holiday Observed
New Year's Day January 1
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 3rd Monday in January
President's Day* 3rd Monday in February
Memorial Day Last Monday in May
Independence Day July 4
Labor Day 1st Monday in September
Columbus Day 2nd Monday in October
Veteran's Day November 11
Thanksgiving Day 4th Thursday in November
We are also closed on the following Friday:
Christmas Day December 25
We are closed an additional day:
If a holiday falls on a Sunday, it is observed the following Monday.
If a holiday falls on a Saturday, it is observed the preceding Friday.
Federal holidays are designated in 5 USC 6103.  Arizona observes the same holidays. ARS � 1-301.
* Federal statute actually designates the moving February holiday as "Washington's Birthday" which could only be a birthday observance in the Congressional mind since Washington was born on the non-moving date of February 22, 1732.   Washington's Birthday was set in motion by the Uniform Holidays Bill of 1968 (effective starting in 1971), which also eliminated observation of Lincoln's birthday (February 12, 1809).  The holiday is popularly observed as President's Day to celebrate the birth of Washington and Lincoln as well as the other presidents.
Printable "Closed for Holiday" Sign

To make a printable "Closed for Holiday" sign, click on the date on which the holiday is observed.  If you do not want the header and footer to print at the top and the bottom of the sign, you will need to change the options on the browser displaying the "Holiday Closed Sign." To change the options, click on "File", select "Page Setup" and delete or deselect the header and footer options.
You can adjust the sign with these options:

Picture size: 100% 95% 90% 85% 80% 75%
Font: Arial Times New Roman Comic Sans MS Signature
Graphics: Include None
Border: Coordinated Black Red Blue Green Yellow None

This page was last revised: 02/09/06