In contrast to last week's blizzard, a lot more is staying open during Monday's storm. For instance, the T is trying to run a regular schedule. Here's our ongoing list of what's open and closed. If you'd like to announce your business or organization's plans, please leave a comment on this story or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- MBTA is on a regular schedule
- Boston Centers for Youth and Families are open 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. (In JP, that's Curtis Hall at 20 South St. and Hennigan Community Center at 200 Heath St.) They're open to all, including children. Parents or guardians will need to fill out a short form before leaving kids under 12.
- Public libraries are open
- State government offices are open
- City Hall is open and city workers are expected to work normal hours
- Trash and recycling schedule is unchanged (expect pick-up started earlier on Monday)
- UPDATED: Hyde Square Task Force offices are closed and programming is cancelled.
- Boston Public Schools are closed Monday. As soon as an announcement is made about Tuesday, we'll update this list.
- Eliot School has cancelled morning and afternoon classes. We'll post the decision about evening classes as soon as we hear it.
- The Jamaica Pond Association's monthly meeting, which would have been 7 p.m. Monday at Jamaiacaway Tower, has been cancelled. The neighborhood group's next board meeting will be March 2.