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What’s closed for the Fourth?

Friday, July 1, 2022 by Tai Moses

Fourth of July arrives conveniently on a Monday this year, giving city facilities and many others – including the Austin Monitor – a three-day weekend. Most city administrative offices and municipal facilities will be closed on Monday, July 4. Among the closures are recreation centers and senior centers and most museums and cultural centers. Austin Public Library branches, Austin Central Library, the Austin History Center and the Austin Animal Center will be closed Monday. Austin Public Health’s testing and vaccine sites will be closed on Saturday, July 2. There are no changes to Austin Resource Recovery trash, recycling and compost collections, but ARR administrative offices will be closed Monday. City golf courses, parks, tennis centers and Zilker Botanical Garden will be open as usual on Monday. Some swimming pools may be operating on modified schedules – check here for more info. Find details about Parks and Recreation closures here. See you Tuesday!

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