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Home » News » July 4 closures in the Highland Lakes
America’s 247th birthday falls on Tuesday, July 4, 2023, and that means more than hot dogs and fireworks. Businesses and local governments across the Highland Lakes will have adjusted hours and closures in observance of Independence Day.
All local government offices in the Highland Lakes will be closed on Tuesday. Granite Shoals city offices also will be closed on Monday. Texas Department of Motor Vehicle offices are included in Tuesday’s closures.
Post offices and banks will be closed on Tuesday, but open on Monday and Wednesday.
Major chains and big-box stores like H-E-B and Walmart will remain open for the holiday. Locally owned businesses might have adjusted hours on Tuesday and possibly on Monday and Wednesday.