Martin Luther King Jr. Day Closures: 2022

In observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, some City of Albuquerque offices and services will be closed on Monday, Jan. 17, 2022.

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A PNG of a calendar icon with an S. Holiday Closures for Monday, Jan. 17, 2022

Adoption Centers, City Offices, Community and Child Development Centers, Libraries, and Senior Meal Sites are closed in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Please see below for details.

Albuquerque Museum

Closed every Monday

Adoption Centers

Lucky Paws and Everyday Adoption Center closed on Jan. 17

Animal Shelters

Eastside & Westside Shelters closed and the admissions desk and reclaims remain open on Jan. 17.

Balloon Museum

Closed every Monday

Childhood Development Centers

Closed on Jan. 17

City Offices

Most City Offices closed on Jan. 17

Community Centers

Closed on Jan. 15, Jan. 17, and every Sunday

Health & Social Service Centers

Closed on Jan. 17

KiMo Theatre

Business and ticket offices closed on Jan. 17


All branches closed on Jan. 17

Open Space Visitors Center

Closed every Sunday and Monday

Senior Centers

Senior, Multigenerational, and 50+ Sports & Fitness Centers closed on Jan. 17

Senior Meal Sites

Closed on Jan. 17

Shooting Range Park

Closed every Monday and Tuesday

A png of Calendar Check Icon, a calendar with a check mark. What's Open on Monday, Jan. 17, 2022

311, ABQ Ride, and Trash Pickup are all open and operational on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Please see below for details.

311 Community Contact Center

Open regular hours on Jan. 17, report issues anytime online

ABQ RIDE & Sun Van

Running current weekday schedule on Jan. 17 except there will be no commuter service


Albuquerque International Sunport open on Jan. 17

Albuquerque BioPark

Aquarium, Botanic Garden, Tingley Beach, & Zoo open on Jan. 17

Golf Courses

Open on Jan. 17

Swimming Pools

Indoor pools open on Jan. 17

Tennis Facilities

Jerry Cline & Sierra Vista open on Jan. 17

Trash & Recycling

Trash will be collected on Jan. 17