HOLIDAY SCHEDULES FOR TOWN OF YUCCA VALLEY AND CITY OF TWENTYNINE PALMS

HOLIDAY SCHEDULES FOR TOWN OF YUCCA VALLEY AND CITY OF TWENTYNINE PALMS

If you’ve got business at City Hall in Twentynine Palms over the next two weeks, Dan Stork says you should be aware of some office hour changes…
During the holiday season, Twentynine Palms City Hall will be open Mondays, December 23 and 30, and Thursdays, December 26 and January 2. It will be closed Tuesday, December 24, Christmas Eve; Wednesday, December 25, Christmas Day; Tuesday, December 31, New Years Eve; and Wednesday, January 1, New Years Day. City Hall will be closed on Fridays, as usual. According to City Manager Joe Guzetta, closures affect only workers in City Hall. Public works and recreation functions will continue as scheduled or needed during the holidays.

The Town of Yucca Valley business offices will be closed between the Christmas and New Year’s Day holidays. Except for emergency services and specifically scheduled recreation programs, the Town offices will be closed from Tuesday, December 24, through the end of the year, re-opening for business on Thursday, January 2. The Yucca Valley Animal Shelter will be available by appointment only for pet owners to retrieve impounded animals. Please contact the shelter at 760-365-3111 to arrange a meeting time to pick up your pet or to report a lost or found pet. The shelter will resume its regular public hours on Thursday, January 2 at 12 noon. The Hi-Desert Nature Museum will re-open to visitors on Thursday, January 2. The senior lunch program at the Yucca Valley Senior Center will not be affected by the Town office closures, but meals will not be served on December 24, 25, 31, or January 1. The Yucca Valley Community Center will be open on Christmas Day for Tender Loving Cause, a volunteer-led program that provides meals, clothing and toys for families in need.

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