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Lubbock city offices closed for July 4th

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City of Lubbock offices will be closed Friday, July 4th in observance of the Fourth of July holiday.

Residential

In observance of the holiday, there will be no trash collection on Friday, July 4. Thursday’s normally scheduled trash dumpster collection will be moved to Wednesday, July 2 and Friday's normally scheduled trash dumpster collection will be moved to Thursday, July 3.

Residents with trash cart collection will receive their scheduled collection on Thursday. Residents with carts are asked to have their carts out before 7 a.m.

Recycling

The City of Lubbock drop-off Recycling and Citizen Collection Stations at 1631 84th Street, 208 Municipal Drive, 7308 Milwaukee and 4307 Adrian will also be closed on July 4.  The drop-off stations will re-open on Saturday, July 5, 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Landfill

The West Texas Region Disposal Facility and the Caliche Canyon Landfill will be closed on Friday, July 4.  Both disposal facilities will re-open on Saturday, July 5, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon.
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