LIST: Here’s what is open, closed on Labor Day in San Antonio

Some city facilities and stores will be closed on the holiday

San Antonio River Walk (Frederick Gonzales, courtesy City of San Antonio)

SAN ANTONIO – Monday is Labor Day and while some might be grilling and relaxing with the family, others might choose to get out and run some errands.

However, the holiday could put a damper on your plans if certain stores or facilities are closed.

We’ve compiled a list of what stores and facilities in San Antonio are open and closed this Labor Day.

San Antonio facilities/stores open:

  • Police will be on duty
  • SAPD’s detention center and the magistrate court will remain open
  • Fire and EMS personnel will be on duty
  • La Villita shops
  • Market Square
  • City parks, trails, and select outdoor pools
  • Recycling and garbage
  • Bitters and Nelson Gardens Brush Recycling
  • H-E-B open regular hours
  • Walmart open regular hours
  • Target open regular hours
  • Trader Joes
  • Sam’s Club
  • CVS/Walgreens pharmacies
  • The Shops at La Cantera
  • Most other retailers are also open, though their store hours may differ from normal.
  • Most restaurants will also be open. For a full list, follow this link.

San Antonio facilities/stores closed:

  • SAPD’s Administration and Records Section
  • San Antonio Municipal Court
  • San Antonio schools closed
  • All Metro Health clinics including WIC Clinics and Lactation Support Center
  • Office of the City Clerk, Passports, Vital Records and Municipal Archives and Records
  • Central Library and all branch libraries closed
  • Planning Department
  • City of San Antonio Community Centers, Adult and Senior Centers, the Natatorium, McFarlin and Fairchild Tennis Centers and Barrera Community Fitness Center
  • City COVID-19 Testing Sites
  • Animal Care Services Lobby and Adoption Center
  • Bulky waste collection centers and household hazardous waste sites (Frio City Rd., Rigsby and Culebra)
  • Costco warehouses closed

We’ll add more updates to this list as they become available.

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About the Author:

Emily Martin is the KSAT Insider Membership Producer. She earned a journalism degree from Texas State University, where she was news director at KTSW, the campus radio station. She has also interned at KXAN and KUT in Austin.