City observes Labor Day on Monday, Sept. 7
City of Austin administrative offices and other municipal facilities will be closed Monday, Sept. 7, in observance of Labor Day. Business hours will resume Tuesday, Sept. 8.
Closures include City Council offices, all recreation and senior centers, cultural centers, museums and libraries. All Economic Development Department facilities will be closed on Labor Day, including the African American Cultural and Heritage Facility.
Trash, recycling, composting and yard trimmings collection for Austin Resource Recovery residential collection customers will remain on regular schedule. The Recycle & Reuse Drop-off Center will be closed; it will resume hours by appointment only on Tuesday, Sept. 8.
The Austin Animal Center will be closed, resuming hours by appointment on Tuesday.
The Austin Code Department field enforcement team will continue responding to Austin 3-1-1 service requests and performing inspections, but administrative offices will be closed. Austin Water’s administration offices will be closed, but the 24-Hour Emergency Dispatch Line (512-972-1000) will be available.
Pools remain closed due to COVID-19. For pool schedules and/or closures, please check online at www.austintexas.gov/pools. The Austin Nature and Science Center and the Zilker Botanical Gardens will be closed, but the following locations will be open:
- Boat Launches
- Boat Docks
- Tennis Centers
- Golf Courses
- Boating Concessions
- Clay Shooting Concessions
- Food Concessions
- All Parks
Advance reservations are needed Thursday through Sunday and also on Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 7 at the following parks:
- Barton Creek Greenbelt
- Commons Ford Ranch
- Emma Long Metropolitan Park
- Walter E. Long Metropolitan Park