2020 Labor Day Holiday

Date of release:  September 3, 2020

City Hall:  City Hall located at 300 South 5th Street will be closed Monday, September 7 for the Labor Day holiday.  

Sprayground and Splashpad:  The Robert Coleman Sprayground at the corner of Walter Jetton Boulevard and Husbands Street and the Splashpad at the Pat & Jim Brockenborough Rotary Health Park located at 421 North 13th Street are open daily 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. through the Labor Day holiday.  Labor Day is the final day for the 2020 season.

Public Works Department:  Below are the changes to the Public Works Department’s schedule for the Labor Day holiday.                                             

  • Curbside Recycling:  City crews will collect recyclables Tuesday, September 8 for Paducah households that have recyclables collected curbside on the first and third Mondays of the month.  There will not be a collection on Labor Day, September 7.   
  • Compost Facility:  The Compost Facility located at 1560 North 8th Street will be closed on Labor Day.
  • Garbage Collection:  The garbage collection schedule will NOT change for the Labor Day week.
  • Recycling Drop-Off Facility:  The recycling drop-off facility operated by Freedom Waste (WCA) located at 400 State Street is open Labor Day.  The facility is open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon.  As part of the contract between the City of Paducah and Freedom Waste, there is no charge for the general public to drop off recyclables.

If you have a question or would like to sign up for Paducah’s curbside recycling program, contact the Public Works Department at 270-444-8511 or visit http://paducahky.gov/curbside-recycling.

Labor Day Parade:  Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the West Kentucky Labor Day Parade Committee announced in June its decision to cancel the 2020 parade.  At that time, Committee President David Yates said, "After a discussion of committee members, we could not find a way to have a parade and festivities while safely social distancing. With deep regret we must cancel this year's Labor Day Parade. We would love to celebrate the path that Labor has paved for each and every one of us, but public safety is of the utmost concern. There are too many unknowns to put the health of our members and the great supporters we have at risk. We will focus on making next year an event for everyone to enjoy."

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