Good Friday 2021: Are banks and shops open? Is parking free in Harrisburg? – PennLive

Good Friday is a Christian holiday that commemorates the crucifixion of Jesus and his death at Calvary. This year Good Friday is April 2. Easter is Sunday, April 4.

Here is a rundown of what is open and what is closed on Good Friday.

Banks: most open

Capital Area Transit: Buses will run on a normal schedule.

County government: Adams, Cumberland, Lancaster, Lebanon and York county courts and offices are closed. Dauphin and Perry counties are open.

Federal government: open

Libraries: Cumberland County and Dauphin County library systems and Hershey Public Library are open. Middletown Public Library is closed. In the Lebanon County Library System, Annville and Palmyra are closed.

Liquor stores: open

Municipal government offices: If you have municipal business to attend to on Good Friday, call first. (Keep in mind, some municipal offices may be closed to visitors because of COVID-19 but employees are working). For this calendar, closed means employees are not available. Some that will be closed are Camp Hill, East Pennsboro Twp., Hampden Twp., Hummelstown, Lower Paxton Twp., Middletown and Susquehanna Twp.

Pa Media Group business office: open

Parking in Harrisburg: Free

PennDOT: open

Post office: open

Public schools: Most public schools are closed Good Friday as are most private schools.

Rabbittransit: Will run on a normal schedule.

Retail stores/supermarkets: Most open.

State government: Open.

Trash collection: Penn Waste, Waste Management and Republic Services collections will all run on a normal schedule. Municipal waste collection may be affected.

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