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Holiday closings for Washington's Birthday, Feb. 17

GOVERNMENT CLOSINGS: Federal, state, county and city offices will be closed Monday for Washington's Birthday (Presidents Day).

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St. Petersburg city government facilities closed to the public include City Hall and Municipal Services Center downtown, Boyd Hill Nature Preserve, the St. Petersburg Greenhouse (formerly Business Assistance Center), the Coliseum, Enoch Davis Center, Jamestown Apartments/Townhomes Office and Dwight H. Jones Neighborhood Center, six public libraries, Sunken Gardens' business office and the Sunshine Center.

These city facilities will be open: City golf courses; West Community Public Library at St. Petersburg College; Mahaffey Theater; municipal beach concession stand (Treasure Island); Municipal Marina Ship's Store; North Shore Aquatic Complex; recreation centers including Playcamp sites; Sanitation Department brush sites.

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POST OFFICES: Will be closed.

BUSES: PSTA buses will operate on a normal schedule

GARBAGE COLLECTION: St. Petersburg and Largo residents will not have garbage pick up on Monday. Monday's collection will be on Tuesday. Tuesday's collection will be on Wednesday. Seminole, Pinellas Park, Gulfport and Kenneth City will have no changes.

SCHOOLS: St. Petersburg College, University of South Florida St. Petersburg, and Eckerd College will be open.

Pinellas County public schools will be closed.

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS: Great Explo­rations, Sunken Gardens, the Dalí Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts will be open.

BANKS: Some banks are open.

Holiday closings for Washington's Birthday, Feb. 17 02/13/14 [Last modified: Thursday, February 13, 2014 1:57pm]
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