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City Offices Closed in Observance of Good Friday

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City officials want to remind Tulsans that offices will be closed Friday in observance of Good Friday.

City Hall and other City of Tulsa Offices will be closed throughout the day Friday. But public safety and mission critical operations will operate as normal.

According to the release from the city, trash and recycling services also will operate as normal, but the greenwaste site on E. 56th St. North will be closed. It will resume its normal operating schedule on Monday.

Tulsa Parks offices and recreation centers will be closed. The City of Tulsa Animal Welfare Shelter at 3031 N. Erie Ave. also will be closed on Friday, but will be open on Saturday from noon to 4 p.m.

And as far as event centers and public parks, Mohawk Park Golf Course, Page Belcher Golf Course and the Tulsa Zoo will all be open through the weekend.

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