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Legal Holidays

Here are the legal holidays that have been announced by the Office of the State Court Administrator:

Holiday Event​
Date Closed
New Year’s Day (Jan. 1) ​Fri., Dec. 31, 2021​
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Mon., Jan. 17, 2022
Presidents’ Day Mon., Feb. 21, 2022
Memorial Da​y Mon., May 30, 2022
Mon., June 20, 2022
Independence Day (July 4) Mon., July 4, 2022
Labor Day Mon., Sept. 5, 2022
Veterans Day (Nov. 11) Fri., Nov. 11, 2022
Thanksgiving Day Thurs., Nov. 24, 2022
Christmas Day (Dec. 25) Mon., Dec. 26, 2022​

Holiday Event​
Date Closed
New Year’s Day (Jan. 1)Mon., Jan. 2, 2023
Martin Luther King, Jr. DayMon., Jan. 16, 2023
Presidents’ DayMon., Feb. 20, 2023
Memorial DayMon., May 29, 2023
​Mon., June 19, 2023
​Independence Day (July 4)Tues., July 4, 2023
Labor DayMon., Sept. 4, 2023
Veterans Day (Nov. 11)Fri., Nov. 10, 2023
Thanksgiving DayThurs., Nov. 23, 2023
Christmas Day (Dec. 25)Mon., Dec. 25, 2023


Courts' Public Service Hours of Operation

All state courts and state court offices close each calendar year for certain holidays:

  • 10 holidays defined by state law
  • Any other day the Governor appoints as a holiday

State law provides that when a holiday falls on Saturday, the legal holiday (the day we close) is the Friday before. When a holiday falls on Sunday, the legal holiday is the following Monday. The state court system closes for each legal holiday set by state law.

For information on how legal holidays affect computing time for filing or serving process, see ORS 174.120 and 174.125, ORCP 10, UTCR 1.130, TCR 10, and ORAP 1.25.