Thursday, September 1, 2022

City of Austin Labor Day Closures

City  administrative offices and other municipal facilities will be closed
Monday, Sept. 5, in observance of Labor Day. 

City of Austin administrative offices and other municipal facilities will be closed Monday, Sept. 5, in observance of Labor Day. Business hours will resume Tuesday, Sept. 6.

Closures include City Council offices, all recreation and senior centers, cultural centers, museums and libraries.
 
Utility Payment Centers will be closed. Customers can make payments at COAUtilities.com or pay in a variety of other ways: 
https://coautilities.com/wps/wcm/connect/occ/coa/util/support/payment/payment-overview.

Trash, recycling, and composting collections for Austin Resource Recovery residential collection customers will remain on regular schedule. The Recycle & Reuse Drop-off Center remains open by appointment only. Schedule an appointment at austintexas.gov/DropOff or on the Austin Recycles App. For the most up-to-date information on all your ARR collections, download the Austin Recycles App on your Apple or Android device or visit austintexas.gov/MySchedule to sign up for collection reminders and alerts. 

The Austin Animal Center will be closed, resuming regular hours on Tuesday, Sept. 6.
 
Austin Water’s administration offices will be closed, but the 24-Hour Emergency Dispatch Line (512-972-1000) will be available.
 
Parks and Recreation Facilities Schedules 
On Labor Day, City of Austin parks, playgrounds, tennis centers, and golf courses will be open for their regularly scheduled hours. Barton Springs Pool, Big Stacy and Deep Eddy Pools will operate normal weekday hours while other aquatics facilities will be open 12 to 7 p.m.  
 
City of Austin Recreation Centers, Senior Centers, Museums, and Cultural Centers will be closed on Sunday, Sept. 4 and Monday, Sept. 5. Find all Austin Parks and Recreation facility closure information at AustinTexas.gov/ParkClosures
 
For questions about City services or information call 3-1-1 or 512-974-2000. Service requests can also be submitted from the Austin 3-1-1 mobile app.


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