Yes, if we are continuing in the fashion of American calendars, then Happy New Year. We get our cycles from changes made by the Gregorian or Julian calendars. But when the Lord made the times and seasons for His people ( not just the Israelites, or Jews, but all who wanted to serve him) He never intended them to change. He set feasts in place according to His months as described in Leviticus 23. Throughout that chapter, the Lord repeatedly says “[this] shall be a statue forever in your generations…”
The Lord’s new year began about 5 months ago, about the time of August. it changes every year, in August or September since the days dont exactly match up to the calendar in use today ( accounting for the leap year, new moons, daylight savings, etc. ). Those observations in the Jewish calendar are calledYom Kipper & Rosh Hashanah.