City offices, services closed for Independence Day

Fireworks are shot into the sky.
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Published: Jul. 1, 2022 at 11:59 AM CDT
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DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) - Celebrating the July 4 holiday, cities in the surrounding districts close their offices and services.


The City of Davenport office and public works center will be closed Monday. The police department’s front desk and records office also will be closed.

The Park and Recreation administrative offices are closed. River’s edge Facility is closing at 3 p.m. Sunday and is closed on Monday.

All RiverCenter Administrative offices, the Adler Theatre’s box office, the Library Main, Fairmont, and Eastern Breaches, and Vander Veer Conservatory are closed for the holiday.

All garbage, recycling, bulky waste, and year waste will be one day late all week. The Friday pickup will be on Saturday, July 9.


Bettendorf City Hall is closed on Monday.

The garbage collection services will not occur on Monday but will continue on Tuesday. All collection services, including garbage, recycling, yard waste, and bulky waste, will be moved one day later in the week to include July 9.

The public transit, library, Family Museum, and Life Fitness Center, also are closed Monday.

The Palmer Hills Golf course is open Monday, but all golfers must leave the course by 5 pm due to a firework display. Palmer Grill’s kitchen will close at 3 p.m., and the bar will close at 5 p.m.

Rock Island

All city offices are closed Monday.

Refuse, recycling, and yard waste will be one day late during the week of July 4 in Rock Island. The Drop-Off Center will be open on Saturday. The Center is located at Millennium Waste, 13606 Knoxville Road, Milan.


Most city offices and departments are closed Monday and re-open at 8 a.m. Tuesday.

Administrative offices for Police and Fire departments are closed for the holiday. Public Works staff are “on-call” throughout the holiday.

There will be no refuse collection Monday. Residents who are scheduled on the Monday route must wait until Tuesday and will be joined with the regular Tuesday route.

Bulky waste collection is on Monday. For recycling collection:

The Week B Route for Monday will be collected on Tuesday. Tuesday’s Route will be collected on Wednesday’s Route Thursday, Thursday’s on Friday, and Friday’s route will be ordered on July 9.

The bulky waste collection will not occur Monday and Tuesday. The compost facility is closed on Monday but will be open from 12 to 6 p.m. Tuesday.

The Transfer Station, Art Center, Public Library, and HNI Community Center will be closed Monday and reopen Tuesday with regular operating hours.

Due to July 4 celebrations, many streets will be closed throughout the day to accommodate the parades. The Greater Muscatine Chamber of Commerce and Industry Community Parade returns with entries marching down Iowa Avenue to 2nd Street to Walnut Street, and finishing on 5th Street starting at 4 p.m.

Side-street intersections with Iowa Avenue from Fulliam to 2nd Street will be closed to traffic Monday morning. Staging and check-in for the parade will begin at 2 p.m. at Fulliam and Iowa (Iowa Field). The boat launch inside Riverside Park is closed Sunday and Monday.

Parking will be restricted in the downriver end of Riverside Park. All traffic will be directed left (west) on Mississippi Drive at the Iowa Avenue exit at the riverfront. Iowa Avenue will be blocked off on the town side of the intersection. At the Cedar Street exit at the riverfront, all traffic will be directed straight (north) or right (east) on all intersections from Mississippi Drive through 5th Street. No left (west) turns will be permitted on Mississippi Drive, 2nd Street, 3rd Street, 4th Street, or 5th Street.

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