The city of Tyler today released a list of their scheduled closures for the July Fourth holiday.
Holiday Trash Collection
The City of Tyler Solid Waste Department will be closed Friday, July 4, for Independence Day. No residential garbage will be picked up on this day. The complete holiday week residential garbage collection schedule is listed below.
July 4th Holiday Week:
Monday, June 30 Normal collection
Tuesday, July 1 Normal collection
Wednesday, July 2 Routes normally collected Thursday
Thursday, July 3 Routes normally collected Friday
Friday, July 4 No collection
During the holiday week, priority will be given to household waste. Crews will collect as much curb trash and yard waste as time allows. Due to garbage being collected on Wednesday, July 2 during holiday week, subscription curbside recycling customers are asked to leave their recycling out until it is picked up. It may take until the end of the day on Thursday, July 3.
For information about changes to garbage collection schedules, recycling and other special projects, visit www.tylersolidwaste.com.
Tyler Pounds Regional Airport
Tyler Pounds Regional Airport will be open through the holiday. The airport administrative offices will be closed on Friday, July 4.
Customers should contact their airline for special holiday travel schedules.
Tyler Public Library
Tyler Public Library will be closed on Friday, July 4. The Library will assume normal operating hours on Saturday, July 5.
Tyler Transit Schedule
There will be no service on Friday, July 4. Service will resume on Saturday, July 5.
Tyler Water Utilities
The TWU Business Office will be closed on Friday, July 4. Anyone wishing to make a payment on this date can place a payment into one of the two available drop boxes. There is one box located in front of the office at 511 Locust St. and a drive-up box in the Brookshire's parking lot on the corner of South Broadway Avenue and Rice Road. The payment will be credited on the next business day. Do not drop cash into these boxes.
Payments may also be made online at cityoftyler.org or at one of many businesses in Tyler. Please see the website for a list of businesses which collect payments.