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Holidays

Holiday20242025
New Year’s DayMonday, January 1, 2024Wednesday, January 1, 2025
Martin Luther King Jr.’s DayMonday, January 15, 2024Monday, January 20, 2025
Washington BirthdayMonday, February 19, 2024Monday, February 17, 2025
Mardi GrasTuesday, February 13, 2024Tuesday, March 4, 2025
Good FridayFriday, March 29, 2024Friday, April 18, 2025
Memorial DayMonday, May 27, 2024Monday, May 26, 2025
JuneteenthWednesday, June 19, 2024No Holiday
Independence DayThursday, July 4, 2024Friday, July 4, 2025
Labor DayMonday, September 2, 2024Monday, September 1, 2025
All Saints DayFriday, November 1, 2024No Holiday
General Election DayTuesday, November 5, 2024No Holiday
Veterans’ DayMonday, November 11, 2024Tuesday, November 11, 2025
Thanksgiving DayThursday, November 28, 2024Thursday, November 27, 2025
Friday after ThanksgivingFriday, November 29, 2024Friday, November 28, 2025
Christmas EveTuesday, December 24, 2024Wednesday, December 24, 2025
Christmas DayWednesday, December 25, 2024Thursday, December 25, 2025
New Years’ EveTuesday, December 31, 2024Wednesday, December 31, 2025
source: https://www.laclerksofcourt.org/holidays

NOTES

  1. Additionally, each clerk of a district court, parish court, and city court shall close his office on all of the legal holidays provided on any day that the governor has proclaimed a legal holiday pursuant to R.S. 1:55(B)(3).
  2. Additionally, each clerk of a district court, parish court, and city court may close his office on any day an emergency situation has been declared by the governor or the local governing authority and governmental entities, including the courthouse, have been ordered to close pursuant to R.S. 1:55(E)1(b).

If a proclamation is issued the Association office will post it on this website or you may obtain a copy from www.gov.state.la.us. Pursuant to R.S. 1:55(E)1(c).

PROCLAMATIONS

ADDITIONAL NOTES

**E.(1)(a)(i) Each clerk of a district court, parish court, and city court shall close his office on the following days: New Year’s Day, January first; Washington’s Birthday, the third Monday in February; Good Friday; Memorial Day, the last Monday in May; the Fourth of July; Labor Day, the first Monday in September; All Saints’ Day, November first; Veterans’ Day, November eleventh; Thanksgiving Day, the fourth Thursday in November, and the next day, Friday; Christmas Eve Day; Christmas Day; and New Year’s Eve Day, December thirty-first.

  • (ii) Whenever New Year’s Day, the Fourth of July, or Christmas Day falls on a Saturday, the preceding Friday shall be a holiday. Whenever New Year’s Day, the Fourth of July, or Christmas Day falls on a Sunday, the following Monday shall be a holiday.