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City offices closed for Labor Day holiday

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City of Lubbock offices will be closed on Monday, September 3 in observance of Labor Day.

Residential
There will be no trash collection on Monday, September 3. Monday's normally scheduled trash collection will be moved to Tuesday, and Tuesday's normally scheduled trash collection will be moved to Wednesday. Scheduled trash collection for Thursday, September 6 and Friday, September 7 will not be affected.

Recycling
The City of Lubbock Drop-Off Recycling and Citizen Convenience Stations at 1631 84th Street, 208 Municipal Drive, 7308 Milwaukee Avenue, and 4307 Adrian Street will be closed on Monday, September 3.

Landfill
The West Texas Region Disposal Facility and the Caliche Canyon Landfill will be closed on Monday, September 3.

Libraries
All library locations will be closed on Monday, September 3. Regular hours will resume on Tuesday, September 4.

Garden and Arts Center
The Municipal Garden and Arts Center will be closed on Monday, September 3. Regular hours will resume on Tuesday, September 4.

Community Centers
City of Lubbock Community Centers and Adult Activity Centers will be closed on Monday, September 3. Regular hours will resume on Tuesday, September 4.

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