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Good Friday and Easter openings, closings

Government offices:

Federal offices and federal courts will be open today.

Pinellas County government will be open today.

Clearwater government will be open today.

St. Petersburg government will be open today.


All Pinellas County Public Schools are closed today for a school-based Professional Development Day.

Eckerd College is closed today

St. Petersburg College is closed today for Spring Holiday. Classes resume on April 28.

University of South Florida, St. Petersburg will be open today.


PSTA: There will be no changes for Good Friday or the Easter Sunday schedule.


There are no changes to residential mail delivery today.


The St. Petersburg Main Library will be open today and will be closed on Easter Sunday.


Tyrone Square Mall will be closed on Easter.

Westfield Countryside mall: Open today; all stores but Sears will be closed on Easter. Also, restaurants and the Cobb Theater will have regular hours 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Facilities that will be open for Good Friday and Easter Sunday: The Coliseum, Sunken Gardens, Boyd Hill Nature Preserve, all city-sponsored recreational parks, MOSI, the Dali Museum and the St. Petersburg Museum of Fine Art.

Times staff

Good Friday and Easter openings, closings 04/17/14 [Last modified: Thursday, April 17, 2014 11:33pm]
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