Election Day Closures Around Parkville-Overlea
Schools, courts and Baltimore County government offices are scheduled to close.
In case you've been living under a rock, or some kind of election news-free zone, it's about time someone let you know—Americans will choose their next president on Tuesday.
Nov. 6, Election Day, is shaping up to be a nail-biter between President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. If you're registered to vote and didn't already brave the lines during early voting, be sure to stop by your designated polling place to cast your ballot for president, congress, and the several referendums.
Find information on Parkville-Overlea polling places here.
Expect Election Day to cause several closures around the area, including the following:
- Baltimore County schools will be closed (as many of the schools are also polling places).
- County offices and the district and circuit courts will be closed.
- Health department clinics and senior centers, including the Parkville Senior Center, will be closed.
- CountyRide vans will not operate.
Libraries, including the Parkville-Carney branch, will remain open. Trash and recycling will follow its normal schedule. United States Post Offices, including the Parkville branch, will follow their normal schedule. Banks also generally follow their normal hours.
Are you looking forward to Election Day? What outcomes are you expecting in the major races? Tell us in the comments.