News Release - City Hall and Other Administrative Offices to Close Friday, March 29 in Observance of Good Friday

City of Rochester

News Release

Refuse and Recycling Will Remain on Schedule

City Branch Libraries Remain Open for Normal Hours


(Tuesday, March 26, 2024) Rochester City Hall, Neighborhood Service Centers, R-Centers, Rochester Animal Services, and the Honorable Loretta C. Scott Center for Human Services administrative office building at 57 St. Paul St. will be closed on Friday, March 29 in observance of Good Friday.


Refuse and recycling will remain on schedule.


Rochester Public Library branches will remain open for normal hours.


The 311 Call Center will remain open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. during normal hours.  



The Administration of Mayor Malik D. Evans strives to create a safe, equitable and prosperous Rochester by inspiring hope and delivering opportunity for everyone. Guided by the Administration’s Mission, Vision and Values and the principles of the “Rochester 2034” comprehensive plan, City employees are committed to providing exceptional customer service, transparent stewardship, and collaborative leadership to foster a vibrant community that empowers personal, professional and generational growth for all who live, work or play in the city of Rochester.