Tomorrow, the Fourth of July, is Independence Day! It is a day for us to reflect on the rich history of our country and the bravery of our Founding Fathers in declaring independence so we could live free lives. It’s also a day to recognize the service and sacrifice of those who fought in the Revolutionary War to secure our freedom and the generations of military men and women who have put themselves in harm’s way to preserve that freedom ever since.
We are so proud to serve the military community! We are grateful to our service members who put their lives on the line and to the military families who support them. This holiday weekend, if you can, we encourage you to spend time with your loved ones, cook out on the grill and celebrate the freedoms that Americans enjoy, thanks to the dedication of people like you.
Holiday Operating Hours
Please note that Your Commissary may have different operating hours or a different operating status on Independence Day and the following day. The decision to close some commissaries on these days was made because the tax dollars necessary to operate these commissaries would not be cost-justified by their historically low customer traffic on these days. As a taxpayer-funded government agency, we have a responsibility to the American public to use these funds efficiently to maximize the commissary benefit for our customers.
Part of that includes keeping many of our commissaries open on these days in higher-demand areas so we can accommodate our customers as much as possible by allowing them to purchase the products they need to celebrate the holiday with their loved ones.
Please review the schedule below to find out whether Your Commissary will be open or closed on these days. It is a long list, but clicking the link of the first letter of Your Commissary’s name will let you skip to that part of the schedule. If you have any other questions, please click Your Commissary’s name in the schedule to be taken to its page on our official website and contact store management for further assistance. Happy Independence Day!