Labor Day recognizes and pays tribute to the American labor movement and honors workers for their contribution to the achievements and prosperity of the United States. Unofficially, it marks the end of summer.

State and federal offices as well as banks and credit unions will be closed Monday, September 7, in observance of federal holiday. The Post Office will not be open and there will not be any mail delivery. Locally, city and county services and facilities that have not been previously impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic will be closed

If you’re planning on shopping or dining out, most stores, restaurants, shopping centers, and malls not impacted by the outbreak will remain open. However, some may be operating on holiday schedule with limited or reduced hours of operation. Call to confirm before heading out.

City, County

● El Paso County Courthouse and its related county offices
● City services will not be available for phone or online customer service needs
● City One Stop Shop,
● Environmental Services Department
● The Greater El Paso Landfill
● Municipal Court.

As part of the response to the pandemic, city facilities including public libraries (those offering curbside-only services will be closed on Labor Day), recreation centers, senior centers, aquatics facilities, sports fields and the El Paso Zoo remain closed.

Schools

● All public schools
● The University of Texas at El Paso
● El Paso Community College
● Southwest University

Sun Metro

Sun Metro bus service will run on a Sunday/Holiday schedule. Buses and Brio service that do not operate on Sundays will not run on Monday. Sun Metro’s Customer Service Center will be closed.

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