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The Hague: summer closing times for municipal services

Sub-municipal offices and City Hall
 City Hall and the sub-municipal offices are closed on June 2 (Ascension/Hemelvaart) and June 13 (Whit Monday/2de Pinksterdag).
 On June 3 the Public Service counters in City Hall and at the sub-municipal offices are open but the Municipal Tax Office and the Liveability, Welfare, Youth and Citizenship counterts are closed.

14 070
 The general number for the Municipality of The Hague (14 070) is closed on June 2 and 13.

Rubbish
 Rubbish will be collected according to the Household Waste Calendar

Garbage and recycling
 The garbage and recycling stations and the Grofvuiltelefoon (070 366 08 08) are closed on June 2 and 13.

Libraries
 All branches of The Hague Public Library are closed on June 2, 12 and 13.

Municipal Ombudsman
 The office of the Municipal Ombudsman is closed on June 2, 3 and 13.

The Hague Municipal Archives
 Reading rooms of The Hague Municipal Archives are closed on June 2, 3 and 13.

Municipal Parking Division
 The counters at the Municipal Parking Division are closed on June 2, 3 and 13.

Public Health Department (GGD)
 All sections of the GGD are closed on June 2 and 13.
 On June 3, the Tuberculosis prevention is open from 8.30am to 12.30pm, other sections are closed.
 Contact (when closed): The STI-centre (070 353 66 88), The municipal Homeless counter (070 353 72 91).
 More information here (in Dutch)

Sport
 Sport-O-theek, Sport-info-lijn and Sport Rentals Department are closed on June 2, 3, 12 and 13. Sport halls are closed on June 2, 12 and 13.
 Other opening hours sport halls and sport-O-theek (in Dutch)

Swimming pools
 All municipal swimming pools are closed on June 2 and 12.
 On June 13, De Waterthor swimming pool is open from 8am to 1pm and Overbosch from 9am to 3pm. Other swimming pools are closed.
 Other opening hours here (in Dutch)

Source: Municipality of The Hague

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