CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Aug. 31, 2018) – City of Charlotte offices will close Monday, Sept. 3, in observance of the Labor Day holiday.
Most city services will operate as normal on Monday.
Charlotte Labor Day Parade
The parade begins Monday, Sept. 3, at 11 a.m. at North Tryon Street and 11th Street. The parade will follow the standard parade route down Tryon Street ending at Third Street. Staging for the parade will close Tryon Street between Ninth Street and 11th Street and the cross streets between Church Street and College Street from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.
Visit the Charlotte Department of Transportation's Street Use and Event Notice for more information about the parade.
Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS)
On Monday, CATS will operate on a Sunday schedule for bus, LYNX Blue Line and CityLYNX services. No express bus service will operate that day.
CATS customers wishing to board or disembark buses in the area affected by the Labor Day parade should do so at the Charlotte Transportation Center.
Please contact CATS Customer Service at 704-336-RIDE (7433) for more information.
Charlotte Douglas International Airport
This weekend wraps up the busy summer travel season.
Passengers are encouraged to contact their airlines for updated flight information before heading to the airport as well as:
Outside regular business hours, CharMeck 311 callers can report water, sewer, stormwater and animal issues via an automated service that dispatches assistance. Many service requests can be made online, 24/7. Please call 911 for any emergencies.
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