TRENTON, NJ -- In observance of Labor Day on Monday, September 2, most Mercer County government offices and facilities will be closed but many recreational County facilities will be open to enjoy on the holiday weekend.  

Numerous Mercer County Park Commission facilities will be open on Labor Day.  The Marina at Mercer County Park, noon to 6 p.m.; Tennis Center, 7 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.; all four County golf courses, 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.; Mercer County Stables, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and Wildlife Center, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  he Tulpehaking Nature Center, Howell Living History Farm and Park Commission administrative offices will be closed on Labor Day.

All branches of the Mercer County Library System will be closed Saturday, Aug. 31; Sunday, Sept. 1; and Monday, Sept. 2, reopening Sept. 3. Sunday hours, which apply only to the Lawrence, Ewing, Hickory Corner and West Windsor branches, will restart Sept. 8. 

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The following County offices will be closed Monday, Sept. 2, and will reopen for business Tuesday, Sept. 3: McDade Administration Building, 640 South Broad St.; Criminal Courthouse, 400 South Warren St.; Office of the County Clerk, 209 South Broad St.; Civil Courthouse and Office of the County Surrogate, 175 South Broad St.; Board of Social Services, 200 Woolverton St.; One-Stop Career Center, 26 Yard Ave.; Cooperative Extension of Mercer County, 1440 Parkside Ave., Ewing; and Mercer County Connection, Route 33 at Paxson Avenue, Hamilton.

However, critical County facilities will remain open: Trenton-Mercer Airport (except administrative offices), Correction Center, Sheriff’s Office and Emergency Services Communications Center. 

More information on Park Commission facilities can be found at

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