Monday, July 4, 2022

July 4th, 2022: Independence Day Holiday Closures

 

Several City of Austin offices and facilities will be closed

today, Monday, July 4 in observance of Independence Day

Parks and Recreation Facilities Schedules
City of Austin Recreation Centers, Senior Centers as well as Museums and Cultural Centers will be closed today, Monday, July 4. City parks, playgrounds, tennis centers, and golf courses will be open for their regularly scheduled hours on Independence Day. View City pool hours online at AustinTexas.gov/Pools. Find all Austin Parks and Recreation facility closure information at AustinTexas.gov/ParkClosures.

Austin Public Library Schedule
Austin Public Library branches, Austin Central Library, and the Austin History Center will be closed on today. Library resources that are available remotely can be accessed at the Austin Public Library website library.austintexas.gov.

Recycling, Compost and Trash Collection Schedules
All Austin Resource Recovery (ARR) trash, recycling and compost collections will be unaffected for the Independence Day holiday. For the most up-to-date information on all your ARR collections, download the Austin Recycles App for your Apple or Android device. Or visit austintexas.gov/page/my-collection-schedule to sign up for collection reminders and alerts.

Administrative offices will be closed today and the Recycle & Reuse Drop-off Center (RRDOC) remains closed to the public for the time being. Visit austintexas.gov/dropoff for updates on the status of the RRDOC and the availability of drop-off appointments.

Austin Energy Schedule
Both Austin Energy Utility Customer Service Centers (walk-in branches) and the Utility Contact Center (call center) will be closed today, Monday, July 4.

Austin Public Health Schedule
Austin Public Health’s testing and vaccine sites will be closed on Saturday, July 2.

Austin Animal Center Schedule
The Austin Animal Center will be closed today and will return to normal hours of operation on Tuesday.
 
Holiday Celebrations
The City of Austin is encouraging Austinites and visitors to know how they are going to get home before they leave the house for the holiday celebrations, so they can get home safe. Visit austintexas.gov/gethomesafe to see a list of options.

For questions about City services or information call 3-1-1. You can also submit service requests from the Austin 3-1-1 mobile app.

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