City of Dallas Labor Day closures and schedules

City of Dallas Labor Day closures and schedules

City offices: Closed

Libraries: Closed

Recreation Centers: Administrative Offices and Recreation Centers Closed

Animal Services:
Shelter and Administrative offices will close Monday Sept. 4. Animal Services staff will respond to emergency calls. All calls will be handled through 311. The Everyday Adoption Center at 16821 N Coit Road will open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

3-1-1 Customer Help Line:
Customer Service Representatives will be available to take service related urgent calls such as water main breaks, downed trees/limbs, signal lights out/down, animal control, etc. Water Customer Service will be closed. For service requests visit

Police: Administrative offices closed. Will operate on a normal schedule.

Dallas Fire Rescue: Administrative offices closed. Will operate on a normal schedule.

Court & Detention Services:
The Municipal Courts Building at 2014 Main will be closed Monday Sept. 5. Payments by mail are accepted with postmark dates honored. Online payments may be made at
www.dallascityhall.com. Full payments and attorney and cash bonds for arrested defendants will be processed 24/7 (including holidays) at the Dallas Marshal’s Office, 1600 Chestnut St., Dallas 75226.

Sanitation:
Administrative offices closed. Garbage and recycling roll carts will be collected as scheduled for Monday residential customers. Transfer stations and the McCommas Bluff landfill will be open as scheduled. First Monday Brush & Bulky Trash collections begin Monday Sept. 4.

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