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All federal, state and county offices are closed Monday.


Federal, state and county courts are closed Monday.


HART and HARTplus will operate on normal schedules. The TECO Line streetcar system is offering extended service until 11 p.m. today.


International Plaza, WestShore Plaza, Westfield Citrus Park, Westfield Brandon and University Mall will be open normal hours.

Garbage Collection

Tampa, Temple Terrace and Hillsborough County will not have garbage collection or recycling pickup on Monday. The normal pickup schedule resumes on Tuesday. All garbage and material for recycling will be picked up on the next scheduled service day.


Verizon Wireless stores will be open but Verizon Plus stores and Verizon business offices are closed Monday. Tampa Electric and People's Gas offices are closed Monday.

Post Offices

All post offices are closed Monday; no mail will be delivered.


All public libraries are closed today and Monday.


Hillsborough Community College and the universities of Tampa and South Florida are closed Monday.


All banks are closed Monday.

Attractions, Museums

The Tampa Museum of Art, Busch Gardens and Lowry Park Zoo will have normal hours Monday.

The Florida Aquarium will have extended hours and close at 9:30 p.m. today. All other days have normal operating hours.


All recreation centers and playgrounds are closed Monday. Regional parks have normal operating hours today and Monday.

Tampa Bay & Florida news > Fourth of July Closings 07/03/10 [Last modified: Saturday, July 3, 2010 8:56pm]
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