This year, Monday, July 4 is, well, the Fourth of July.

Otherwise known as Independence Day, the holiday celebrates the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1776. However, historians now commonly believe the document wasn’t actually signed until as late as Aug. 2, 1776.

Here’s what will be open and closed for this federal holiday:

Town offices will be closed Friday, July 1, and Monday, July 4.

Transfer station will be closed.

Wilton Library will be closed.

Wilton Senior Center will be closed July 1 and July 4.

Caraluzzi’s, Stop & Shop and Village Market will be open.

Post offices will be closed.

Banks will be closed, though in-store branches may run on a limited schedule.

Department of Motor Vehicles will be open from 7:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Friday, July 1, and closed Saturday, July 2 as well as July 4.

Metro-North will operate a Sunday schedule on Monday, July 4. There will be extra "getaway" trains from Grand Central between 1 and 4:11 p.m. on Friday, July 1.

D.A. Vento Refuse will be closed July 4. Monday’s collection will be made on Tuesday, July 5, and Tuesday’s collection will be made on Wednesday, July 6.

M.D.M. Sanitation will be closed July 4. Monday's collection will be made on Tuesday, July 5, Tuesday's collection on Wednesday, July 6, and Wednesday's collection on Thursday, July 7.

The Bulletin will be closed.