FY 2010 Holiday Schedule
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CITY OF SAN ANTONIO 2009-2010 Holiday Schedule The City Council has approved 13 holidays, 12 scheduled and one floating holiday for FY 2009-2010 which begins on October 1, 2009. Holiday Day Date Veteran’s Day Wednesday November 11, 2009 Thanksgiving Day Thursday November 26, 2009 Day after Thanksgiving Friday November 27, 2009 Christmas Eve Thursday December 24, 2009 Christmas Day Friday December 25, 2009 New Year’s Day Friday January 1, 2010 Martin Luther King Day Monday January 18, 2010 President’s Day Monday February 15, 2010 Fiesta San Jacinto Day Friday April 23, 2010 Memorial Day Monday May 31, 2010 Independence Day Monday July 5, 2010 (Independence Day: Sunday, July 4, 2010) Labor Day Monday September 6, 2010 FLOATING HOLIDAY In addition to the 12 scheduled Holidays listed above, civilian employees may choose one additional day of their choice to serve as a Floating Holiday. Uniformed Fire Department personnel will accrue a 13th holiday, designated as the September 11th Holiday in compliance with State Law. Since September 11th is not a City Holiday, this accrual shall be used in accordance with Fire Department policy. Any Floating Holiday granted to civilian employees during this fiscal year that is not taken by October 1, 2010 will be forfeited. Civilian employees may be eligible to receive an additional Floating Holiday for use during Fiscal Year 2009-2010 in accordance with Administrative Directive 4.4, Leave Administration. The value of the holiday shall be determined based on the employee’s work schedule. If the employee works an 8 hour day, the holiday will be paid or banked at 8 hours. For employees who work a 10 hour schedule, the holiday will be paid or banked at 10 hours. Individual departments may develop Alternate Holiday schedules for the fiscal year, to substitute for those listed above, to accommodate for workload demands. These schedules must be submitted to and approved by the Human Resources Department and the City Manager’s Office prior to October 2, 2009.