What's closed for Pulaski Day?

March 7, 2011 7:44:20 AM PST
Many public services are affected Monday by the celebration of Casimir Pulaski Day across the Chicago area.

Pulaski was a Polish-born cavalry officer killed in the Revolutionary War.

Chicago Public Schools are closed Monday, in addition to some government offices.

Here's how other services are affected:

-Parking meters must be fed.
-Banks, financial markets are open.
-Post offices are open for regular mail pickups and deliveries.
-Suburban school and Catholic school closings vary.
-No garbage pickup in Chicago.
-Libraries are closed in Chicago but are open in many suburbs.
-Cook County courts are closed. Federal courts are open.

(The Sun-Times Media Wire contributed to this report.)