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Snowquester? A look at what's open, closed in D.C. area today

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Local,DC,Maryland,Virginia,Naomi Jagoda

The operating statuses of some local government offices, transportation services and schools in the D.C. area:

Alexandria: City government offices and facilities are open, though non-emergency employees are allowed to take unscheduled leave. Alexandria City Public Schools are closed.

Arlington: Arlington County government offices, schools and courts are all closed.

The District: D.C. government and D.C. Public Schools are closed.

Fairfax County: Fairfax County government offices are open, but employees can take unscheduled leave. Public Schools in the county are closed. Recycling and trash are cancelled.

Federal offices: Federal offices are closed. Emergency and telework-ready employees required to work have to follow their agency’s policies.


Loudoun County: Loudoun County government is closed, but essential employees have to work as scheduled. Public schools in the county are closed.

MARC: Service on the Brunswick Line is suspended, and Camden Line Service is operating on a limited schedule.

Metro: Metrorail service is operating on a normal weekday schedule. Some bus lines are suspended or are providing limited service, and MetroAccess service is cancelled

Montgomery County: Montgomery County government is closed to day, though essential personnel have to work. Montgomery County Public Schools are closed.

Prince George’s County: Prince George’s County Government is open, but there is a liberal leave option for non-essential employees. Courts and public schools are closed.

Prince William County: Prince William County government, courts and senior centers are closed. Public schools are also closed, and the School Age Care program will not be open.

Universities: American, Catholic, Georgetown, George Washington and Howard Universities are closed, as are the University of the District of Columbia and the University of Maryland.

Virginia Railway Express: No VRE service today, but full service is expected tomorrow.

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