City of Austin administrative offices and other municipal facilities will be closed Monday, Sept. 2, in observance of Labor Day. Normal business hours will resume Tuesday, Sept. 3.
Closures include City Council offices, all recreation and senior centers, cultural centers and museums. The Austin Animal Center will be open the entire weekend and on Labor Day from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Austin Public Library facilities will be closed Saturday, Aug. 31, through Monday, Sept. 2, and will reopen for normal hours on Tuesday, Sept. 3. Recycled Reads, the Library’s used bookstore, will be open Saturday and Sunday.
The City’s Small Business Solutions Center at One Texas Center and the Entrepreneur Center at Brodie Oaks will also be closed; both will reopen for normal business hours on Tuesday.
Trash, recycling and yard trimmings collection for Austin Resource Recovery residential collection customers will remain on regular schedule. If your regular collection date is scheduled for Monday, then you will receive collection services on Monday, Sept. 2. The City’s Household Hazardous Waste Facility, 2514 Business Center Dr., will be closed Saturday, Aug. 31. The City’s Resource Recovery Center, 3810 Todd Ln., will be closed Monday, Sept. 2.
Also, several streets will be closed Saturday and Monday for the University of Texas home football game and the Tri Rock Austin triathlon. For more information on these events including a complete list of street closures, check http://austintexas.gov/department/events/366.
City of Austin pools, golf courses, and tennis centers will be open regularly scheduled hours on Labor Day. Golfers can reserve their tee times at other courses by visiting www.austinpubliclinks.com. The Sheffield Education Center at Barton Springs will be closed, as it is regularly scheduled to be closed on Mondays.
The Austin Nature and Science Center and the Zilker Botanical Garden will also be open during normal business hours.
Communications and Public Information Office
301 W. 2nd Street, Austin, TX 78701