CHARLOTTE, N.C. (April 17, 2018) – City of Charlotte offices will close Friday, April 19, in observance of the Good Friday holiday.
Most city services will operate as normal on Friday. For the latest updates on city services, follow @CLTgov on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Charlotte Area Transit System
Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) buses, the LYNX Blue Line and CityLYNX Gold Line will operate according to regular schedules on Friday. The CATS Pass Sales & Information Office and the Call Center will be closed on Friday and resume regular schedules on Saturday.
On Sunday, CATS buses, trains and the streetcar will operate according to regular Sunday schedules. The CATS Pass Sales & Information Office and the Call Center will operate as normal on Sunday.
Charlotte Douglas International Airport
Charlotte Douglas International Airport is experiencing large crowds this week due to spring break travel. Passengers are encouraged to plan ahead, be prepared and arrive early.
CLT has plenty of parking to accommodate drivers. Long Term Lots fill up first. Visit parking.charlotteairport.com to view CLT's real-time parking map.
Be sure to receive the latest CLT news by checking out cltairport.com/news or by following @CLTAirport on Twitter.
Outside regular business hours, CharMeck 311 callers can report water, sewer, stormwater and animal issues via an automated service that dispatches assistance. Many service requests can be made online 24/7. Please call 911 for any emergencies.
Solid Waste Services
Solid Waste Services will operate as normal on Friday. Visit charlottenc.gov/SWS for more information about collection schedules.
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