What's open and closed in Windsor on the August civic holiday

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The skyline of Windsor, Ont., is seen in a file photo. (Kerri Breen/CBC - image credit)
The skyline of Windsor, Ont., is seen in a file photo. (Kerri Breen/CBC - image credit)

From services to shopping, here's a quick look at what will be open on the Aug. 1 civic holiday in Windsor.

What's open

  • Some grocery and retail stores are open for reduced hours including Tecumseh Mall (11 a.m. - 5 p.m.) and Devonshire Mall (11 a.m. - 6 p.m.).

  • Adventure Bay Family Water Park is open.

  • The 211 call centre, which provides information about community and social services, will be available Monday.

  • The Homelessness and Housing Help Hub on Wyandotte Street will be open for regular hours.

  • Sandpoint Beach will have lifeguards on duty from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m., weather and water quality permitting.

  • The Atkinson, Central, Mic Mac, Remington Booster and Riverside Centennial outdoor pools are open from 1:30 p.m. until 4:30 p.m.

  • Lakeview Park Marina will be open.

  • Transit Windsor buses will be running on the Sunday/holiday schedule.

What's closed

  • The 311 Customer Contact Centre will be closed Monday.

  • All Windsor Public Library Branches will be closed.

  • The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit office will be closed.

  • Service Canada and Service Ontario locations will be closed.

  • There will be no garbage or recycling pickup — it will be delayed one day — and public drop-off and household chemical waste depots will be closed.

  • All community centres and arenas are closed, along with pools at the WFCU Centre and Windsor International Aquatic and Training Centre.

  • Parking enforcement ticket payment offices will be closed, although tickets can be paid online by using the E-Services tab on the city's website.

  • Chimczuk Museum and François Baby House are normally closed on Mondays and will be closed for the holiday as well.

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