The City of Austin announces administrative office closures for City facilities and public services for the Martin Luther King Holiday, Jan. 18, 2021.
The City of Austin administrative office closures for City facilities and public services for the Martin Luther King Holiday on Jan. 18, 2021:
Trash, Recycling and Composting/ Yard Trimmings Schedules
Austin Resource Recovery Curbside Services will not be affected by the Martin Luther King Holiday. The City’s Recycle & Reuse Drop-Off Center remains closed as part of the City’s COVID-19 Stage 5 restrictions. Residents can download the Austin Recycles App or visit austintexas.gov/myschedule to look up your collection schedule.
Austin Public Health COVID-19 Test Site Schedules and Dashboard
All Austin Public Health COVID-19 test sites will be closed Jan. 18, but the COVID-19 Surveillance Dashboard will continue to be updated.
Parks and Recreation Facilities
All Parks and Recreation facilities currently open will maintain regular Monday hours on Jan. 18, 2021 under Stage 5 COVID-19 restrictions, including City pools, golf courses, and the Zilker Botanical Garden. Residents are encouraged call ahead or visit austintexas.gov/parks for specific hours of operation.
Austin Public Library Schedule
Austin Public Library, Recycled Reads Bookstore, and the Austin History Center branches will be closed on Jan. 18, 2021. Library resources available remotely can be accessed at the Austin Public Library Website, library.austintexas.gov.
Austin Animal Center Schedule
The Austin Animal Center is currently closed to the public during Stage 5 COVID-19 restrictions, but will not facilitate virtual adoptions on Jan. 18, 2021.
MLK Day Livestream and In-Car Rally
The public is invited to participate in the Austin Area MLK Day Livestream and In-Car Rally at 10:30 a.m. January 18. The Rally will be broadcast live via both Facebook and YouTube. Details will be shared via social media and will be posted here as the date approaches.
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.