Sunday, January 1 is New Year's Day. The holiday will also be observed on Monday, January 2.

On January 2, all government offices are closed, including:

  • Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV)
  • City and State Courts
  • Social Security offices
  • Post offices

There will be no mail delivery.

Alternate Side Parking (street cleaning) rules are suspended.

No stopping, no standing, and no parking regulations are also suspended, except where those regulations are in effect anytime or seven days a week.

You do not have to pay the parking meter.

All NYC public schools are closed from Monday, December 26 through Monday, January 2 for Winter Recess. Students return to school on Tuesday, January 3, 2023.

P311 (Parent Support Hotline) and Family Welcome Centers, including enrollment centers, are closed on Monday, December 26 and Monday, January 2.

Parking in School Zones

Parking is allowed in school zones when school is in recess. However, specific schools may be open on holidays, and parking restrictions would remain in effect. You should contact specific schools to verify that they are in recess.

To look up information for a public school, go to the School Finder page.

There is no trash, recycling, or compost collection on Monday, January 2.

If Monday is your regular trash, recycling, or compost collection day, place your items curbside between 4 PM and midnight on Monday evening for collection beginning Tuesday, January 3.  In some areas, your items may not be picked up until your next collection day.

The Staten Island Ferry runs on a holiday schedule with service provided every 30 minutes from 7 AM to midnight.

All branches of the City's Public Library systems are closed.

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