Garbage collection remains on schedule; pools will open
City of Austin administrative offices and other municipal facilities will be closed Monday, May 27, in observance of Memorial Day. Normal business hours will resume Tuesday, May 28.
Closures include City Council offices, all recreation and senior centers, cultural centers and the Business Solutions Center. The City’s Small and Minority Business Resources Department’s offices and Plan Room will also be closed on Memorial Day.
Building inspections will not be performed Monday, May 27. Inspections scheduled on Friday, May 24, and Monday, May 27, may not be completed until Wednesday, May 29. If you have questions regarding scheduled building inspections, contact (512) 974-2027.
Austin Public Library facilities and the Austin History Center will be closed Saturday, May 25, through Monday, May 27, and will reopen for normal hours on Tuesday, May 28. Recycled Reads, Austin Public Library’s used bookstore, will be open Saturday and Sunday, but will be closed Memorial Day.
Trash, recycling and yard trimmings collection for Austin Resource Recovery curbside customers will remain on regular schedule. If your regular collection date is Monday, then pick-up service will occur on Memorial Day, May 27. The Household Hazardous Waste Facility, 2514 Business Center Drive, will be closed Saturday, May 25. The Resource Recovery Center, 3810 Todd Lane, where residents can drop off bulk items too large for curbside service, will be closed Monday, May 27.
City of Austin aquatic facilities, golf courses and tennis centers will be open regularly scheduled hours on Memorial Day. City pools will be on normal schedules Memorial Day. View the pool hours online.
The Elizabeth Ney Museum, O. Henry Museum, George Washington Carver Museum, Dougherty Arts Center, Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center will be closed.
The Zilker Botanical Garden, the Sheffield Education Center, and the Austin Nature and Science Center will also be open during their normal business hours.
Communications and Public Information Office
301 W. 2nd Street, Austin, TX 78701