As year-end nears, a number of bank holidays are also approaching. As a reminder, the Federal Reserve Banks observe all federal holidays and are closed for business on the following dates:
- Columbus Day: Monday, October 11
- Veterans Day: Thursday, November 11
- Thanksgiving Day: Thursday, November 25
- Christmas Day: Saturday, December 25*
*For holidays falling on a Saturday, Federal Reserve Banks and branches will be open the preceding Friday.
Looking ahead to Juneteenth National Independence Day
In June 2021, President Joe Biden signed legislation making Juneteenth National Independence Day a federal holiday. Next year, Juneteenth National Independence Day falls on a Sunday, which means Federal Reserve Banks and branches will be closed the following Monday, June 20, 2022.
Don’t forget to program this change into your back-end systems to ensure your payment operations continue to run smoothly through the Juneteenth holiday.
For more information on holidays
Reference the Holiday Schedules page to learn how the Federal Reserve Banks and branches observe holidays that fall on Saturdays and Sundays. You can also visit the Fed360® Dates to Remember page to keep track of upcoming holidays.