Cedar Park, Leander city offices to close Memorial Day; no city pools to open for holiday weekend

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Cedar Park and Leander city pools will not open for the Memorial Day weekend. Neither city has set opening dates as of May 21. (Community Impact staff)

Cedar Park and Leander city pools will not open for the Memorial Day weekend. Neither city has set opening dates as of May 21. (Community Impact staff)

The cities of Cedar Park and Leander will close city offices May 25 to observe Memorial Day. All cities’ offices will reopen May 26.

Williamson County offices are also closed May 25, but the Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter will remain open for adoptions by appointment.


Find more information below for each city.

Cedar Park

  • City offices will be closed May 25 and reopen May 26.

  • Cedar Park Public Library will not open May 25 and will resume modified services and limited occupancy May 26.

  • The city’s three public pools will not open for the holiday weekend.

  • City trash and recycling services will continue as scheduled.


Leander


  • City offices will be closed May 25 and reopen May 26.

  • The public pool at Robin Bledsoe Park will not open for the holiday weekend, and the city has not determined the pool’s opening dates.

  • Regular garbage and recycling pickup will continue as normal May 25, and utility customers can still use the drop-off box for payments.

By Taylor Girtman
After interning with Community Impact Newspaper in 2019, Taylor Girtman became a reporter for the Cedar Park and Leander edition in Feb. 2020. She covers Leander ISD and the Cedar Park and Leander city councils.


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