What’s Open for Labor Day?

Labor Day, which often marks the end of summer for many outdoor activities such as public pools, is this Monday, September 4, 2017.

Labor Day is a federal holiday which means federal buildings are closed including post offices and government buildings. Libraries, banks, most organizations and small businesses (including some pharmacies) will also remain closed.

To find out if a business will be open for Labor Day, call ahead.

Meter parking will be waived in observation of the holiday.

Besides cookouts and firework displays there will be some events going on specifically for the holiday including: The Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival, The Heinz Field Kickoff and Rib Fest, and Downtown Pittsburgh’s Labor Day parade, to name a few.


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