Holiday closures

Government

Federal offices
Christmas Eve: closed
Christmas Day: closed

State offices
Christmas Eve: closed
Christmas Day: closed

San Francisco
City Hall
Christmas Eve: minimum service day; many city departments to close early
Christmas Day: closed

San Mateo County offices
Christmas Eve: shortened hours; contact departments for times
Christmas Day: closed

Post offices
Christmas Eve: close at noon
Christmas Day: closed

Transit

San Francisco parking and street sweeping
Christmas Eve: street sweeping and meters enforced
Christmas Day: street sweeping and meters not enforced

Muni
Christmas Eve: regular schedule
Christmas Day: Sunday/holiday schedule

BART
Christmas Eve: weekday schedule
Christmas Day: Sunday/holiday schedule; service begins at 8 a.m.

Caltrain
Christmas Eve: modified Saturday schedule
Christmas Day: Sunday schedule

SamTrans
Christmas Eve: regular schedule
Christmas Day: Sunday schedule

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