Most city offices and services are closed for the Labor Day holiday on Monday, Sept. 5.

There are no recycling, bulk trash, yard waste or appliance collections on Monday, Sept. 5.  Monday’s collections will take place on Tuesday, Sept. 6 and the collections scheduled for Tuesday will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 7.

The Thursday, Sept. 8 and Friday, Sept. 9 collections are not affected by the holiday.

The garbage can roll back fine of $25, which is in the 2022-2023 city budget, was put on hold for three months, so even those who get the day wrong and leave their garbage and recycling bins out on the street for longer than 24 hours don’t have to worry about a fine, yet.  The three-month moratorium on implementing the fines runs through the end of September.

If the City Council doesn’t take action to extend the moratorium, the extremely unpopular fines should start being enforced on Oct. 1.

All branches of the Greensboro Public library system, the Greensboro History Museum and the Greensboro Cultural Center are all closed Monday, Sept. 5.

All city recreation centers, Lake Higgins, Greensboro Sportsplex, Smith and Trotter Active Adult Centers, Greensboro Youth Council, Adaptive and Inclusive Recreation, Xperience @ Caldcleugh, Barber Park Event Center, Simkins Indoor Sports Pavilion at Barber Park and the Parks and Recreation office are all closed on Monday, Sept. 5.

However, all city parks, gardens, spraygrounds, trails, cemeteries, Gillespie Golf Courts, Lindley Pool, Lake Brandt and Lake Townsend will be open to the public.

Both GTA and Access GSO will operate on a Saturday schedule on Monday, Sept 5 with service ending at 10 p.m. Regular service on all routes will resume on Tuesday, Sept. 6.

Emergency water and sewer service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.  Water customers with an emergency may call 336-373-2489 and follow the prompts.