Office Closures, Celebrations Hays County Residents Can Expect Labor Day

Hays County

Hays County offices will be closed on Monday, Sept. 7., in observance of the Labor Day holiday. Offices will reopen on Tuesday.

San Marcos

City of San Marcos offices and services, including the Library’s front porch pick-up and public transit, will be closed Monday, Sept. 7 for the Labor Day holiday.

Animal Control will be available at 512.805.2650.

Texas Disposal Systems will operate its usual trash collection and recycling routes.

City services will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, Sept. 8.


All city offices, including the Buda Public Library, are closed on Monday, Sept. 7, 2020 in observance of Labor Day.


2020 City of Kyle Labor Day Celebrations

The Kyle Pie in the Sky Hot Air Balloon Festival has become “an actual pie in the sky dream” this year due to COVID-19.

Although they can see no way to bring the community the premier hot air balloon festival they are accustomed to, the City of Kyle said they are happy that they can still provide a little of the magic of Pie in the Sky through the 2020 City of Kyle Labor Day Celebrations. 

Balloon Flyover

Sept. 5 | 7 AM

Watch as hot air balloons take flight from surprise launch locations around town at sunrise.

This is not a city-sanctioned event.

Drive-thru Glow Show

Sept. 5 | 7:45 PM

5001 City Lights Drive

Residents can start lining up at 5001 City Lights Drive and then take an evening drive down Physicians Way to see eight to ten tethered balloons as they set the night aglow. No parking or walkups will be allowed at this event.

Photo Contests

Sept. 4-11

Whether Labor Day means BBQ; family; celebrating frontline workers, laborers and heroes; decorating the yard for the occasion or reminiscing about past years’ Pie in the Sky festivals, the city wants to see what Labor Day in Kyle means to residents.

Winners of the photo contest will receive cash prizes — 1st place is $200 and 2nd-5th are $50 each. Winners will be announced by City Council on Sept. 15th during their regular meeting.

On Sept. 4th, check back to see how to enter the photo contest.

These events are free and open to the public. All hot air balloon events are weather permitting. 



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